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My image is currently being displayed as the thumbnail for the entry but I would also like for the logo to be displayed in the preview in the same column as the Instagram icon. Can you please advise if there is a way to do this?
Also how can I get the website link to also appear in the preview section next to the instagram icon?
My website: jacklynn.co
re: My image is currently being displayed as the thumbnail for the entry but I would also like for the logo to be displayed in the preview in the same column as the Instagram icon. Can you please advise if there is a way to do this?
Is this in reference to the image displayed in the admin? If it is, sorry, no, this is not possible at this time.
If this is in reference to the Gridder template, you can only choose to display the image or log, you can not display both.
Or… if this is in reference to the Gridder template and you mean the contact info area in the slide down panel… sorry, no, the only way to accomplish this would be to edit both the template’s PHP code and CSS files. This would apply to the website link too. If this is something you feel you could do, I can give you direction to point you in the right direction to add these. If you are not, I do provide customization services. Just let me know either way.
Hope this helps!
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