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

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  • #2262659
    robchanoi

    Got you. Thanks Ying however the post title and date are now beneath the image.
    Using the marjin to push up the post date and title alters the height of each post, any ideas how to push up title and date while keeping same height. Thanks.
    Do u see green post date font btw – i have deleted cache twice but while white text in block it still comes out green.
    Tks.

    #2262676
    Ying
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Using the marjin to push up the post date and title alters the height of each post, any ideas how to push up title and date while keeping same height. Thanks.

    Do you mean margin? This is what I see on my end:
    https://www.screencast.com/t/ezA89CiIYljU

    Can you explain a bit more about your question?

    And the color, I don’t see it on the frontend or in the code.

    #2262833
    robchanoi

    1. No I’m talking about the query loop we are doing here – the color of the post date on that.

    This is a screenshot of what I am talking about:

    https://menspleasures.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/image-green.jpg

    2. The post title and date are now “beneath” the image.

    (The screenshot above is with container not image block.)

    With image block the post title / date are now beneath the image – how to do this as per the title of this topic:

    “Inserting text + date over image in WPshowposts/GBlocks”

    So yes – changing “the margin” by pushing up post title/date alters the height of the images.

    #2262844
    Fernando
    Customer Support

    Yes, the date is a Headline Block, and its color should be editable through its Block settings as well.

    Well, if you want the text on top of the image, you would need to use the Container Block. However, you would need GenerateBlocks Pro to turn Container Blocks into links.

    If you’re using an Image Block, we can use custom CSS to force the text to be on top of the image.

    Having links on top of links is not allowed though, so if you plan to do that, you’ll need to remove the dynamic link setting of the Headline Block.

    Hope this clarifies!

    #2262998
    robchanoi

    Thanks Fernando – Ill await earnings to improve and purchase Pro version.

    Very strange on the green font – have changed it multiple times to other colors and back to white in the Post Date color settings/cleared cache x3 – I have no idea where it’s getting it from. I’ll delete what I’ve done & start from scratch – hopefully should fix.

    #2263001
    Fernando
    Customer Support

    That’s strange indeed. Can you try going to GenerateBlocks > Settings in your admin dashboard, and click on Regenerate CSS files?

    Deleting and recreating the specific Headline Block for the date would also be a good idea to try.

    Kindly let us know how it goes.

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