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jeomiland

Hi

Anyone else have an issue with Flippy extension? I have an image as the first thing in several posts (for teachers, presenters at an event). The [caption] shortcode that creates the line of text under the picture, shows up on the back side of the flippy square when you mouse over it. Pretty sure I can recreate by using a <DIV> with style or class applied, but why would a Wordpress core feature ([caption] tag) cause a problem with flippy? Hate to loose the convenience of simply using WP media library to insert images near top of posts, just so I can use flippy. Help

http://permacultureecovillage.com/lev2017/sustainability-permaculture-green-blog/

Thanks

JE

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Andrew

I couldn't see the issue you're referring to... can you post some screenshots and/or technical details? 

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jeomiland

Hi Andrew. thanks for reply. If you go to that link again (to blog) you should see it now. You actually encountered a second issue. Have Autoptimize plugin installed for minification/concatination and it was causing flippy to not flip at all and all pictures were stacked vertically. So should I start a new thread on that issue? Namely, how to identify the javascript that needs to be handled specially when minifying? thanks

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jeomiland

Here's screenshot within platform. I have a container inside of which is the flippy, then WP content. Here's the code at beginning of the demonstarted flipped post with the [caption] code showing (all the teachers/presenters and some other blog post are structered this way:

 

flippy-setup.jpg

post-code.jpg

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jeomiland

And one more issue. In order to have images in flippy, had to designate a "Featured image" for each post. However, that causes that image to be displayed above the post title. I want image to show next to first paragraph of text. So had to create CSS to identify that and use display:none on it. Is there a better way?

img.wp-post-image {
  display: none;
}

 

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Ray

Hi @jeomiland, I think the extension you're referring to is "Flicky Posts".

Shortcode support has been added to the latest version 5.0.5

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jeomiland

thanks ray! that did it.

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