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How to change position of featured image in excerpt?

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basis104    2
basis104

Hi there,

 

At the moment the featured image in the excerpt is shown above the post title (see also here: http://www.border-crossing.ch/wkkopie/):

 

featured_image.jpg

 

How can I change the position of the featured image, so that the text will appear around the image? I've already tried to change .post-thumb img to display:inline; But, it didn't work.

 

Thank you.

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Rob    547
Rob

Hi,

 

EcoPro is a legacy theme from the early days of our company.  While we can provide some basic support, I should point out that our legacy themes are subject to crashing with some future WordPress update (sooner than later). It would be wisest to upgrade to PageLines Framework, which has settings for the alignment of the post thumb, and uses CSS3, which is much easier to manage.

 

Viewing the site in Firebug for Firefox, I can see that EcoPro requires changes to multiple CSS elements to come close to your desired alignment.  The way it is coded, positioning the image down also requires a change of the position of the image link, the position of the excerpt and modification of several other alignment.

 

My sincerest recommendation is to write to hello@pagelines.com and ask about any available discounts to upgrade to Framework.

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basis104    2
basis104

Thank you for your answer. We found a solution and will probably update later to Framework.

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Rob    547
Rob

Glad to hear you found a solution!


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