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Hey guys,

 

I'm working on a site where I'd like to display pictures of the posts we create but I can't figure this out for the life of me.  Can someone please be kind enough to tell me what i'm doing wrong?   This should be a very easy feature or hook to add but I can't figure out what to add or where to add it to.

 

the site is here: http://tinyurl.com/lnup7pt and you'll see before the 4 picutres that are right below the slider the posts that are being displayed there.  I'd like to use the featured images that I specified in each post to display.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks,

 

Sami

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I converted it to a masked URL.

 

I'm sure you'll be very happy with SRP.

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Hi Sami,

 

To understand your question, you want the thumbnails to display in each post listed below the gallery.  Is that correct?

 

If so, go to Dashboard > PageLines > Site Options > Blog And Posts and scroll down, to Post Thumbnail Placement.  Make sure that you have checked Posts/Blog Page and In Post Clips (Magazine Mode).   If you want the thumbnail to appear in other locations, check the appropriate boxes and Save.  

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Hi Rob,

 

I've already done this way before even thinking about posting in the forum and still didn't have any luck.  I do have a static page selected as my front page and using a plugin to pull the posts in that page in case that helps.

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Sami,

 

Which plugin is displaying the posts on your homepage?

 

Have you considered upgrading to PageLines Framework? I'm suggesting this as PlatformPro is now a legacy product and support for it is minimal.  Only myself and one colleague are actually familiar with its workings.  

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The plugin I recommend, and use myself, is Special Recent Posts:  http://wordpress.org/plugins/special-recent-posts/

 

It is better designed, to have unique classes or IDs for each component, allowing you to resize things, color them, etc., using simple CSS.

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hi Rob,

 

That is a GREAT plugin.  Thank you so much.   This issue is not resolved.  Could you be kind enough to remove the URL/Mask where i pasted it above?

 

Thanks

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