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I am currently working with the monochrome theme, but wanted to use the feature of the showcase pro theme to add each individual page with a header of the featured images, is this possible and if so, could someone tell me how.
Do you own the Showcase Pro theme? If so, open up the single.php file, and grab the code from that. Add it to the Monochrome Pro theme.
In which hook position do you want to add the featured image?
Which one of these because they all execute in different positions therefore the code will vary:
1. entry header
2. site header
3. after header
Also, are you referring to single pages or single posts or both?
I wonder if you would be kind enough to add a few more details. I am trying to do this (i.e. add the showcase pro featured image header) to infinity pro.
I have copied across the single.php and added the image size to functions.php.
I must also need to do something else? as it doesn't work for me at the moment.
I'm looking to do this also. Is this functionality available in Showcase Pro? I'd rather try to do it myself instead of paying out for more.
I own Monochrome Pro, but I'd love to have the featured images show up on both Pages and Posts if possible.
I believe it would be in the "after header" hook.
The goal, [OP correct me if this is off topic], is:
- Maintain the standard header (Logo, navigation bar, color, etc.)
- Have a full width image of the featured image appear at the top of the page
- This appears directly under the header prior to the content
Yes, I believe that is the goal.
Okay, I have it working to an extent,
Copied the single.php and added a template name into the php
Copied the styles .with-background-image and .page-header into my styles.css and then I can select the page template from the dropdown in the page edit screen et voila!
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