How to switch the places of Title and Picture


#1

Can someone help me this is my blog : richelacabal.blogspot.com Is there a way for me to switch the places of my title and the post picture? I purchased the template, but I cant seem to contact the theme creator, and I need help switching these things. I hope you can help me! From this:

To this

thank you!


#2

@yuyutsu @Nitishk @Mohammad @MUHSIN_MOHAMED_PC @Nafees @CSdog @ATP please help me:(


#3

Hi @richelacabal,

I would like to help you but since your template is has its own author I can’t help much further.

My hints for your attempt is look for post-header on your template and then move span class=‘date’ tag above span class=‘cat’ tag.

If you can’t accomplish that task maybe there is some javascript that only the template author knows how to hack it.

Good luck :slightly_smiling:


#4

it worked, but now, the part where the “Read More” is above the title. @yuyutsu :frowning:


#5

For the Read More part, I think you must hack Read More javascript.


#6

//<![CDATA[ var classicMode = false ; var summary = 40; var indent = 3; imgr = new Array(); imgr[0] = “http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-mmjt8mh87bQ/VQ6ltMr8GxI/AAAAAAAAEfo/93SmjxkwmO0/s1600/no-image-found.jpg”; showRandomImg = true; aBold = true; summaryPost = 170; summaryTitle = 25; numposts1 = 6; numposts2 = 8; var classicMode = false ; var summary = 50; var indent = 3; var relatedTitles = new Array(); var relatedTitlesNum = 0; var relatedUrls = new Array(); var thumburl = new Array();

function stripHtmlTags(s,max){return s.replace(/<.*?>/ig, ‘’).split(/\s+/).slice(0,max-1).join(’ ')}

function createSummaryAndThumb(pID, title, url, date, comment, tag, author) { var posturl = url; var title = title; var date = date; var comment = comment; var tag = tag; var div = document.getElementById(pID); var img = div.getElementsByTagName(“img”); var content1 = div.innerHTML.replace(/<img.?>/ig, ‘’).replace(/<iframe.?>/ig, ‘’); var arr = content1.split(/<br\s*/?>/); var content = arr[0] + arr.slice(1, -1).join(’
’) + arr.slice( - 1); var month = new Array(); month[0] = “Jan”; month[1] = “Feb”; month[2] = “Mar”; month[3] = “Apr”; month[4] = “May”; month[5] = “Jun”; month[6] = “Jul”; month[7] = “Aug”; month[8] = “Sep”; month[9] = “Oct”; month[10] = “Nov”; month[11] = “Dec”; var n = month[date.split(’/’)[0]]; var date1 = date.split(’/’)[1]; var year = date.split(’/’)[2]; if (img.length == 1) { var imgurl = img[0].src; var thumb = ‘

’; var summary1 = thumb + ‘
’ + stripHtmlTags(content, 65) + ‘…

Read More…

’ } else { if (img.length > 1) { var li = ‘’; for (var i = 0; i < img.length; i++) { var li = li + ‘
  • ’ } var thumb = ‘
      ’ + li + ‘
    ’; var summary1 = thumb + ‘
    ’ + stripHtmlTags(content, 65) + ‘…

    Read More…

    ’ } else { var frame = div.getElementsByTagName(“iframe”); if (frame.length >= 1) { var iframe1 = frame[0].src; var thumb = ‘
    ’; var summary1 = thumb + ‘
    ’ + stripHtmlTags(content, 65) + ‘…

    Read More…

    ’ } else { var summary1 = ‘
    ’ + stripHtmlTags(content, 65) + ‘…

    Read More…

    ’ } } } div.innerHTML = summary1; div.style.display = “block”; var elem = document.getElementsByClassName(“separator”); for (var i = 0; i < elem.length; i++) { elem[i].innerHTML = ‘’ }

    This is the javasciprt i presummed about my post entry. Does this help? :frowning: @yuyutsu


    #7

    Can you help me @yuyutsu @Nitishk @Mohammad @MUHSIN_MOHAMED_PC @Nafees @CSdog @ATP I can add you as blogger admins if needed :frowning: