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@rodrigo8855 sounds like you may need to declare global $post, grab the $post -> ID and use it in your call to the_post_thumbnail and the_title. i.e.
$id = $post -> ID;
1 month, 1 week ago on Hiding the Featured Post Thumbnail
@WELLinLA ha, nice to see you again! ;-)
10 months, 1 week ago on Headway 3.2.5 Released with New Features, Bug Fixes
@tristanjud Some iOS-specific styling probably, to force the content height or use a different image on mobile devices. Google helps!
1 year, 2 months ago on Fluid Headers & Footers in Headway 3.0
@tristanjud Not quite sure I understand what's happening :) But make sure that your footer background image is set to be positioned at the bottom left and repeat-x. If it's showing up at the top of the screen and covering the background for the top of the page (the header background) then you've got a CSS error.
@akleid This is coming in a future version, but no, as I noted at the beginning of this tutorial, there isn't a way to have *true* fluidity at this time.
@illanaBurk Just add a section to the repeating image of your header that will represent the navigation background that can repeat across. Since we're just mimicking fluiditiy, it all comes down to the images.
@PhilGraves there is nothing in 3.1 that would change the tutorial. if you need more help, please try posting in the support forums, maybe someone in the community can give you a hand. make sure you get as much information as possible, just saying that it doesn't work isn't quite enough to help you.
1 year, 3 months ago on Fluid Headers & Footers in Headway 3.0
@cjrodriguez That's beyond what I can do here in the comments section, and it's a bit beyond the realm of our support team, but a moderator with some extra time or a community member can probably help you out on the forums.
@cjrodriguez By definition, backgrounds are not able to be linked. To get that effect, you would need to create a link around a DIV that can hold your background image - or just an image itself. To do this as a full-screen "linked background" you would need to use hooks to insert your code before & after all the page elements. The headway_before_everything & headway_after_everything hooks are likely what you need. Post up in the forums for more help from our community on this one if you need it.
@troytempleman It won't work using the same background as the "fluid" background effect we achieve int his tutorial. You would be best off using conditional CSS or a mobile stylesheet to load a more appropriate background image.
Joseph Dang Yeah that's super common! I just answered Damian, but replying here in case you didn't get notification of his reply.
d8m18n Yeah it's just CSS. We have a CSS map on the Headway Codex; hat you want is to use the body tags to target the homepage when you write your CSS for the background. So instead of just body.custom #whitewrap, you might do body.home #whitewrap -- or do BOTH, which allows you to have one for the homepage, and one for an interior page - like this site http://jackcsmith.com