IDENTICAL SETTINGS TO DEMO

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    gastrotravelogue
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    Is there documentation to set up the identical blog as per the demo. I am trying to move all my tags to the bottom of the page and to get my featured image aligned to the right like this http://demo.themegrill.com/demos/?theme=Masonic

    What is the size of the image used for this?

    Tx

    #1301309

    sajantg
    Moderator

    Hello @gastrotravelogue,

    Please follow the docs to replicate the demo on your docs.

    Masonic

    Thanks,

    Themegrill Support Team.

    #1301330

    gastrotravelogue
    Participant

    Thanks for the link, but it does not help me at all. My main problem is with where the tags are , ie under the image, making the featured image look messy. On your demo the featured tags are not under the picture. This is what I am trying to achieve. Please have a look at http://www.gastrotravelogue.com and advise what my best solution is.

    Thanks

    #1301336

    ashishsthanp
    Moderator

    Hello, @gastrotravelogue

    To move tags to the bottom of the page, the better way is creating a child theme.
    For this, please take the following link as reference:
    https://themegrill.com/blog/tutorial-creating-wordpress-child-theme/

    After setting up and creating files “style.css” and “functions.php” as instructed in above article, create and modify files as mentioned below on the child theme folder:
    1. Copy a file named “content-single.php” from parent theme to newly created child theme.
    2. Add the following code right after <?php the_content(); ?> nearly line number: 32.

    <?php
    $tags_list = get_the_tag_list('', __(', ', 'masonic'));
    if (is_single()) {
    if ($tags_list) :
    ?>
    <div class="entry-tag fa fa-tags"><?php printf(__(' %1$s', 'masonic'), $tags_list); ?></div>
    <?php
    endif;
    } ?>

    3. Add the following CSS code inside Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS for hiding tags after featured image:

    .post-header .entry-tag {
    display: none
    }

    Regards,
    ThemeGrill Support Team.

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