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05/13/2019 at 1:04 pm #491934RyanGuest
Is there any way to change the resolution for the image? It is this odd rectangular shape by default and I would like to change it such that it’s a little more suitable to the images I’m using currently05/13/2019 at 1:07 pm #491935RyanGuest
As a follow-up, is there a way I can remove the Categories from displaying on a given entry? I want to be able to see on the backend, but not the display side. In example, when I publish my directory page, each entry has a set of categories it is in. I’d like for site viewers to not be able to see that.05/13/2019 at 1:28 pm #491936Steven ZahmKeymaster
I’m assuming this question is in relation to the Default Entry Card template, correct?
If it is, the you can use CSS to change the image shape. Here’s a link to developer doc which may help:
This actually covers how to use CSS to to have a “default image”, but you can use the same CSS selector to create a circle by uncommenting the
You can control what is displayed in the Default template By using the Template Customizer.
Navigate to the Connections : Templates admin page and click the Customize button for the Default Car template.
The page will refresh displaying the Customizer on the left and a preview on the right.
Uncheck the Categories item and click Publish.
Now, in the preview, click an entry name. It does not matter which. The preview will refresh displaying the single entry view of the template.
Uncheck the Categories options again and click Publish.
Now exit the Customizer.
Hope this helps, let me know!05/13/2019 at 2:07 pm #491943RyanGuest
Steven – the image class in question looks to be hard coded according to the console. (in-tag styling)… so not much I can do, I guess.05/13/2019 at 2:18 pm #491950Steven ZahmKeymaster
Sorry, I am not exactly sure what you are trying to accomplish, but CSS can be used regardless if there is inline CSS or not. Following the instructions in the doc I linked to provides you with a working example of this.
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