[Resolved] Exclude taxonomys in Dispatch-Theme

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  • #943482
    Stephan

    Hi i´m using GP Premium with the dispatch-theme.

    Under the featured-posts-area i´ve got a second post-area. I would like to prevent to show the same posts here as in the featured area above.

    is it possible to exclude some taxonomys in my second post-area?

    A second question:

    My media library contains thousands of pictures with different aspect ratio… Using two columns in my second post-area leads to greyed areas in the thumbnails… for example if a 4:3 jpg appears next to a 16:9 jpg… is there a way to zoom/center the smaller/bigger picture to avoid these ugly grey areas?

    Thanks

    Stephan

    #943614
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    the only way of excluding a taxonomy is by deselecting it from the list of terms. There is no display all but exclude ‘this term’. You can set the Offset in the Settings tab. So for example if the first (grid) list and second list were set to just display all recent posts. In the second list you can set the Offset to 5, this will then exclude those shown in the top list.

    Its one downfall of using flex to create the rows/columns as they will size themselves to the largest element in the row. We can target that specific list by its ID and scale up the Image container to get around that, it does mean less of the image will be show. Here is the CSS for that:

    #wpsp-1471 .wp-show-posts-image.wpsp-image-center {
        transform: scale(1.3);
    }
    #943650
    Stephan

    Thank you David!

    Do i have to insert the code in the “additional css”-section? If yes, at the end?

    and do i have to change the adjust / adapt the code f.e. the 1471?

    Sorry, i´m a CSS-rookie

    Cheers

    Stephan

    PS: to see what i mean just visit https://xn--hgelhelden-9db.de/ and look at the part starting with “Die neusten Artikel”

    #943663
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Yes the code should go in Additional CSS and best to place it at the very end of the code.

    Each List has a unique ID so you would need to target that one as well it is wpsp-65103. We can target both lists with a single piece of code like so:

    #wpsp-65103 .wp-show-posts-image.wpsp-image-center, #wpsp-1471 .wp-show-posts-image.wpsp-image-center {
        transform: scale(1.3);
    }
    #943758
    Stephan

    Great, that’s it . Thanks a lot!! 🙂

    #943760
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support
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