[Resolved] How adjust Red backscreen on post and 3 rows of lastes articles

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  • #1507084
    Kay

    Hi,

    How can I adjust Red backscreen with title on post as below link;
    example of colour, size colour size etc…

    http://box2099.temp.domains/~realtyc7/End/read-post/

    Also you can see 2 rows of lastes articles as below link:
    But I need to make 3 row of lastes articles…

    http://box2099.temp.domains/~realtyc7/End/

    Please let me know about that. Thank you for your time.

    Kay.

    #1507117
    Elvin
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    Customer Support

    Hi,

    How can I adjust Red backscreen with title on post as below link;
    example of colour, size colour size etc…

    You can adjust this inside your Header Element found on Appearance > Elements.

    “Read” site template, by default, adds 2 Header Elements, 1 for posts named “Blog Posts Headers” and 1 for pages named “Global Page Headers”.

    Edit “Blog Posts Headers” and go to Page Hero tab. You should be able to see a Background Color setting. You can adjust the color from there.

    But as for changing its size, its directly tied to how big the page hero is.

    Also you can see 2 rows of lastes articles as below link:
    But I need to make 3 row of lastes articles…

    By default, “Read” template uses WP Show posts.

    To edit the Latest Article, go to Dashboard > WP Show Posts and edit “Home Page Latest Articles”.

    You should be able to see a “Posts per page” set to 6 on post tab. You can change it to 8(for 4 rows) or 10(5 rows) or 12(6 rows). Row number is basically “Posts per page” value divided by columns value (2).

    A wise man once said:
    "Have you cleared your cache?"

    #1507138
    Kay

    Wow, you show me the new world ^^ Thank you so much, Elvin.

    #1507143
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad to help. No problem. 🙂

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    "Have you cleared your cache?"

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