[Support request] Inserting text + date over image in WPshowposts/GBlocks

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    Sorry, forgot that that the link type option for Container Blocks is only available when you have GenerateBlocks Pro Version. What you can do in the free version is set the link type through the Headline Blocks. Or if you use a GB Image Block instead, you can set a link type there as well, though the layout would be different.

    I see, can you try adding this CSS in Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS:

    .inside-right-sidebar .gb-query-loop-item.post {
        margin: unset;

    Kindly let us know how it goes.


    Doh – missed page 2.

    Thanks on closing the vertical gap it has brought the 2nd image up but not the third. Plus this block will go on maybe 20 posts so do they all need to be assigned in the css?

    Thanks – will explore gb image block.

    Customer Support

    I fixed the code above. Can you try that instead and see how it goes? That should apply for all posts now.


    Thanks Fernando – seems to be working great – thanks again for all your help.

    Working on the image block and hope to solve, if not may rtn, but thank you.

    Customer Support

    You’re welcome Robchanoi!

    Glad to be of assistance!



    yup, pennies not dropping on the making whole image clickable – tried also – my-linked-container – on main or inner container, no joy.

    and just on the right sidebar going over the footer – possible for it to stop before there:



    Customer Support

    Can you go to customizer > general, and select flexbox instead of float?


    That bunches the logo/search/nav menu to top left.

    It doesn’t have an effect on the footer

    Customer Support

    That’s the first step, can you keep the setting and clear cache so we can see the changes?


    Do you think I could take another stab at making all the images clickable prior to fixing this pls.
    Was able to set containers on hp to be clickable but clearly image block link is answer.

    Pls see link below. Have not figured out image blocks plus unable to refelct query loop title link color change.

    Font is white but it color is different in block.

    Customer Support

    You’re currently adding the image through a Container Block, and as mentioned, you would need GB Pro to make Container Blocks “clickable” links.

    To make an image clickable on the free version, kindly remove the image from the Container Block, then add a GB Image Block. Then, set its Dynamic Data settings in its Block Settings.

    Example: https://share.getcloudapp.com/geuRbkxk

    Moreover, with regards to the link color, to clarify, have you set it up as such?: https://share.getcloudapp.com/YEukRjGn

    If not, can you try setting a Hover color, then clear all caching mechanisms set in your website.

    Kindly let us know.


    Thanks. Yup – it’s removing the image and then adding an image i’m not getting.
    Images are fetched from container background featured image – so I should change that to smt?
    There are 3 posts so 3 images.
    Can u go explain how you placed an image in the container in post template – i see no option for adding an image block apart from add reusable blocks.

    Customer Support

    I see.

    Here’s a short screen recording showing how to remove the image from the Container Block, and how to add an Image Block within the Query Loop Block: https://share.getcloudapp.com/BluG4097

    Hope this helps!


    Thanks for the vid Fernando.

    Unfortunately following your steps I do not see those block settings in image block.


    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    The image block showing in your screenshot is the WP image block, GB’s image block icon looks like this:

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