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Pictures above News page content?

Thread began 11/15/2011 2:43 pm by Dan808 | Last modified 8/15/2012 12:01 am by Dan808 | 933 views | 11 replies |

Dan808

Pictures above News page content?

Is there any coding trick I can use to force a picture on the page above news content - /page.php?News=2 page?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

using the content management section, you can add the image to the news article, then add a br tag after it to force the text to the next line.

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Dan808

Success!

Worked great. Thank you Jason.

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Dan808

Struggling to put picture below home page news articles.

Hello,
I had this working some time back then made changes and cannot for the life of me get it to work again. I would like to place an image below "Notes from the Geez" on the Home Page. I do not want the image inside the news article however. I want it floating below the one above. www.wheezingeezer.com.

Always appreciative of the great support.

Thank you.
Dan

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Patrice

Fun site!
How did you get 2 product photos on the product page?

products_detail.php?ProductID=15

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Dan808

2 photos on product page.

Just add the photo to the long description section of the product in Store Manager.

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Patrice

ah... that makes sense.

I've been adding galleries for each product. That works also.

Thanks much.

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Dan808

Still having issues adding pics below the news content section.

I located the news content and increased it to 5 so the image will fit.
I am adding this code to the Notes from the Geez but it keeps showing up on the (Read More) page and not on the home page below Notes from the Geez.

<p>
Thanks for the visit.
"The Geez"</p>
<p>
<img alt="Geez on bike COLOR" src="/imagesupload/cms_files/colorBike200.png" style="width: 200px; height: 108px;" /></p>
<br />


www.wheezingeezer.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the webassist/plugins/cms_templates/news.php page, the following code truncates the number of characters returned to 190:

php:
if (!isset($newsLength))  {
     $newsLength = 190;
}




you would need to increase that to also include the image in the news pod, but the reality is that the news pod is not designed to hold more characters or display images.

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Dan808

Is there another option?

Is there another way to put an image below the news content pods using XHTML & CSS instead?

I understand Jason this can be a bit involving to figure out, and I don't expect you to figure out my website issues by any means. I appreciate and am totally grateful for the awesome support so far.

I will try some DIV's and floats.
Hopefully I will surprise myself!

Thank You so very much for your time and patience.
Dan

Since I have your attention could you shed some light about how to place a tiny image in the footer on the opposite side of but, next to the links? :-)

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