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04/10/2019 at 7:17 am #489430Anita WongParticipant
I’m trying to increase the image size of the initial profile image inside the circle but despite putting in the code below, the size is not altering. Can you help please.
The image_single_width and image_single_height options can be used to override the settings set in the admin. Valid values are in pixels, for example:
[connections image_single="logo" image_single_width=300]
In the event that no photo has been uploaded for the entry a placeholder block will be shown. To disable this feature you would use the image_single_fallback by setting it to none.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.04/10/2019 at 8:31 am #489434Steven ZahmKeymaster
After reviewing your site I think this is because you’re actually using the Profile template to display the single entry and not the Circled template.
I suspect you many have enabled the Single Entry Template option… an advanced option which allows you to mix templates based on entry type. To disable this option:
- Navigate Connections : Settings admin page.
- Click the Display tab.
- Scroll down to the Single Entry section.
- Disable the template option.
- Save the changes.
If this does not resolve the issue, then perhaps the cause could be if you copy pasted the shortcode from the doc page into your page. Doing this can break the ability of WordPress to properly read a shortcode.
Here’s a link to documentation I just recently added which goes into more details about the do and don’t when working with any shortcode, not just Connections:
Hope this helps! Let me know.
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