Image caption problem

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  • #1055
    falke
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    I have problems when adding photos from the media library. If I change the caption the link to the photo seems to break and it shows just a grey area on the page.

    I have searched for it on the wordpress forum and it seems to be a change in how wordpress shows image caption that affects the themes.

    Any clues about this?
    Regards!
    Bengt

    #1057

    It seems they have fixed the image caption issue in the latest WordPress version 3.7.1

    WordPress 3.7.1 Maintenance Release

    #1058
    falke
    Member

    Does it maybe only work with newly uploaded images.
    There is no change in the old ones when I test it…. ;o(
    Regards!
    Bengt

    #1060
    falke
    Member

    No there is no difference even when I create a new post and add new images….
    Can you maybe recommend a way around this problem? How do people fix this?
    Regards!
    Bengt

    #1061

    Have you already cleared the cache? or try in a different browser.

    Also could you provide me a direct link or screenshot where I can look for this.

    #1066
    falke
    Member

    I think I have nailed it down to the CKEditor plugin. Somehow it seems to mess with the “caption image-link” code. It seems to work now as far as I can tell.

    If I would like to add a small line as a frame around normal images and the featured images. Can I add that in the custom CSS?

    Thank you for your first class support!
    Regards!
    Bengt

    #1069

    For adding border around images, add this in the custom.css, change hex color code as per your liking.

    .entry-content img {
        border: 1px solid #999999;
    }
    #1070
    falke
    Member

    Thank you that looks great!
    And what will code be if I want to add a tiny border to the thumbnails showing on the main first page?
    Regards/ Bengt

    #1074

    Try

    .entry-content img, img.wp-post-image {
        border: 1px solid #999999;
    }
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