January 29th, 2014 at 05:37 #20859craigk
Hi gang – I just moved over to Tempera on my blog…
…loving the responsive design and overall flexibility. Great theme!
I do have an ask, pretty pleeze – more options when dealing with photo captions. My site is heavy on photography, and I would love to move the caption under the photo, skip the graduated overlay, and be able to adjust the caption text size and style. Say, 1 pt or two smaller in italics. Tempera offers lots of other text and customization options, just not around captions.
Thanks for listening!March 1st, 2014 at 15:04 #24162Chris
I would love to see this too!July 5th, 2014 at 18:38 #26007craigk
I’m going to raise this topic back up to surface a bug/feature…
I figured out a different way to handle captions…I simply don’t use the built-in template to display a caption, instead I use normal text within a blog to convey the narrative. You can see this technique in the past couple of posts of my blog. (link is on the left)
When I do this however, Tempura adds a horizontal line underneath a photo, creating a bottom border, which really isn’t aesthetically necessary or pleasing. There is a setting in Tempura that has another image option (Post Images Border under Graphics Settings), for some reason it does nothing when I click on it or change to another setting. Weird.
Please give a shout if any one has thoughts!August 27th, 2014 at 15:00 #26947LeighC
I’d also like an answer to this. Anyone out there?
The topic ‘photo caption options’ is closed to new replies.