Hiding "Archives" Banner

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  • #106973

    baskervilledrummond
    Member
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    Hi

    The website I need assistance with is
    https://baskervilledrummond.com/project-type/our-services/

    I have three questions

    1) How can I rename the banner at the top of the page which says “Archive” so it says the type of the portfolio category currently on display
    2) Is it possible for the “Featured image” to be shown on the page (e.g. https://baskervilledrummond.com/portfolio/mergers-and-de-mergers/)
    3) can I hide the “By Baskerville Drummond” section and the “previous and next article” element

    Regards

    David

    The blog I need help with is: baskervilledrummond.com

    #107152

    maharzan
    Theme Author

    Hi David,

    1. Probably you can try this css

    .term-our-services h1.page-title {
        font-size: 0;
    }
    .term-our-services h1.page-title:after {
        visibility: visible;
        content: 'Our Services';
        font-size: 2.4rem;
    }

    2. The theme doesn’t support that, you will have to insert the image.

    3. Try this

    article .entry-meta, #primary nav { display: none; }

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks,
    Chandra

    #107155

    baskervilledrummond
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi Chandra,

    Thank you so much for this ! Just what I needed !

    Just one last question if I may regarding the images. What size should they be as I’m struggling to get my engagements page look as good as my other images.

    David

    #107156

    maharzan
    Theme Author

    Hi David,

    Since the images are vertical, you might want to post the featured images as vertical image. The size its using is 248 x 330 pixels so you may want to add images with the same size or if more in the same ratio.

    For example, one of the images is https://baskervilledrummond.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/rightchoice.jpg but as you can see it gets cropped as this:
    https://baskervilledrummond.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/rightchoice.jpg?w=248&h=330&crop=1

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks,
    Chandra

    #107174

    baskervilledrummond
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi Chandra that’s perfect thank you

    Thank you also for your swift help

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