A recent blog comment asked why the inFocus theme doesn’t display blog post images on single blog post pages. I too had noticed this and assuming this was how the developer intended it to be thought no more of it.
However, looking at the code it seemed simple enough to add this ability. You can see the quick-and-dirty fix here or read on for what is perhaps a cleaner solution.
Anyone who’s tried this has no doubt noticed that on switching the inFocus theme colour the social media icons in the sidebar may not match the new chosen theme colour. No big deal really. But if you want the icons to match whichever inFocus theme colour you choose, try this solution.
Although the inFocus theme I
use now used previously comes with its own popular posts and related posts widgets I much prefer the functionality of the aforementioned plugins.
Unfortunately, when displayed the layout and styling for both these plugins doesn’t really fit with the overall inFocus theme.
I recently posted a solution for allowing users of the WebTreats inFocus theme for WordPress to choose how post excerpts are displayed.
am of course using this solution on my site.
Shortly after implementation I noticed some rather odd-looking URLs associated with a couple of the Read More links on this blog.
I’m no designer and since switching to WordPress I’ve been using a third party theme template. A template can’t cater for everyone’s needs and one particular change I’ve made is the way in which post excerpts are displayed.
The theme uses the the_excerpt() function, but I much prefer using the WordPress<!––more––> quicktag in my posts in conjunction with the the_content(‘Read More’) function.