koh yoshida
asked 6 years ago

Now, I couldn’t show the eyecatch image in the post as gallery format.
And also, the button for changing those imeges doesn’t work.
It’s hard to explain this problem in English. Please check the website from following link.
http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=510 (I added this post recently. But I couldn’t show the eyecatch image.)
http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=147 (I added this post about a week ago. It worked before, but now doesn’t work.)
How can I fix these problems?

4 Answers
well wisher
answered 6 years ago

ok buddy here is what you need to do just go to the post editor and edit the post you want to show as gallery now choose the format as gallery from the right hand column i see you alredy did that but you forgot to put the gallery in the post and rather you just added the media one by one into the post.
You need to do this>>post editor>>add media>>gallery>>create a gallery>>add it to your post save the post and that should work fine for you thanks 🙂

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

thanks for your reply. but i did make gallery in same way you told. gallery doesn’t work well. please see this page. http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=147 (I added this post about a week ago. It worked before, but now doesn’t work.)

and also, i can’t show eyecatch image on this gallery. http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=510 (I added this post recently. But I couldn’t show the eyecatch image.)

well wisher
replied 6 years ago

yaa i saw that post the gallery got stuck may be designwall team are the only one that can help this sort out !!!

DominicStaff
answered 6 years ago

Hello Koh !
We have checked your site, you still use the older version of the theme. Please download the latest version 1.1.4:
URL: http://designwall.com/wordpress/themes/wallpress/

– Also,I see the site saying: “Your backup folder MIGHT be visible to the public  To correct this issue, move the .htaccess file from wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to C:/xampp/xampp/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/backup-db”

The wp-dbmanager folder (likely in your wp-content/plugins folder) has a file called htaccess.txt
1. Use FTP and download that file to your local computer
2. Then still using FTP upload that file to the /home/websitename/public_html/wp-content/backup-db folder and rename the file .htaccess
Related:
Uploading WordPress to a remote host
Regards,

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

thanks for your reply but i can’t see any eyecatch.

Dominic Staff
replied 6 years ago

Hi,
At the moment, I can not access to your site.

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

I tried to reinstalled whole WordPress.
Then I download the latest ver. but it still doesn’t work well gallery format.

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

hello dominic.
have you found any cause of this problem?

Wilfred
answered 6 years ago

Hi koh yoshida,
To resolve this issue please following my instruction hrere: 
1. Open jquery.custom.js file in /wp-content/themes/dw-wallpress/assets/js/jquery.custom.js
2. Replace following code –  form line 293 to line 322

 $('#content').infinitescroll({
loading: {
finished: undefined,
finishedMsg: "<em>Oops, no more pages to load.</em>",
msgText: "<em>Loading more items</em>",
speed: 'fast',
img: 'http://i.imgur.com/QrOjF.gif'
},
navSelector : "div.navigation",
nextSelector : "div.navigation a:first",
itemSelector : "#content div.item"
},function( newElms) {
var $newElems = $( newElms ).css({ opacity: 0 });
// ensure that images load before adding to masonry layout
$newElems.imagesLoaded(function(){
$newElems.animate({ opacity: 1 });
// update bricks width
updateBrickWidth ($newElems);
$container.masonry( 'appended', $newElems, true );
// trigger scroll again
$(window).trigger('scroll');
//add_popup();
//Reload new item
reload_jPlayer();
fancyBox();
reload_gallery();
});
});

with 

 // $('#content').infinitescroll({
// loading: {
// finished: undefined,
// finishedMsg: "<em>Oops, no more pages to load.</em>",
// msgText: "<em>Loading more items</em>",
// speed: 'fast',
// img: 'http://i.imgur.com/QrOjF.gif'
// },
// navSelector : "div.navigation",
// nextSelector : "div.navigation a:first",
// itemSelector : "#content div.item"
// },function( newElms) {
// var $newElems = $( newElms ).css({ opacity: 0 });
// // ensure that images load before adding to masonry layout
// $newElems.imagesLoaded(function(){
// $newElems.animate({ opacity: 1 });
// // update bricks width
// updateBrickWidth ($newElems);
// $container.masonry( 'appended', $newElems, true );
// // trigger scroll again
// $(window).trigger('scroll');
// //add_popup();
// //Reload new item
// reload_jPlayer();
// fancyBox();
// reload_gallery();
// });
// });

Hope this helps !  

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

Hi, Wilfred.
Thanks for your reply.
I tried the way you told me.

It works perfectly when I check the site with my iPhone (safari or chrome).
And the page which posted in gallery format (http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=990) worked well.

But, it doesn’t work when I check with windows firefox.
My browser (firefox) still has infinitescroll.
How can I stop infinitescroll on firefox? When I deleted line 93 of function.php (wp_enqueue_script( ‘wallpress_jquery_infinite’, get_template_directory_uri().’/assets/js/jquery.infinitescroll.min.js’, array( ‘jquery’ ) );), the gallery format didn’t work well.

And also I still have problem in the gallery format.
I can’t show eyecache image in the gallery format.
Only this page (http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=990) could show the eyecatch. Please check these pages (http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=631 & http://mumble-mumble.com/tsukiyo/?p=1027). You can’t see eyecactch.

Now I’ve totally got stuck…

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

Hi, Wilfred.
Now I’ve resolved the issue about infinite scroll.
So, now only have a trouble in eyecatch image on gallery format.

Wilfred
answered 6 years ago

Hi Koh,
To resolve this issue follow instruction in this guide
http://designwall.com/guide/dw-wall/#gallery_post

koh yoshida
replied 6 years ago

Thanks, Wilfred!
The gallery format works well
Thank you so much!

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