Image caption problem

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  • #1102691

    shomidprof
    Member

    Hi,

    i have a problem with image caption. When i first installed theme, it was all okey, but than, after i put some images in page, image caption was outside a white frame around picture, and i couldnt do nothing to fix it. I changed theme and everything were fine.

    Than, i chosen first theme, and image caption problem was still there.

    can someone help me? :)

    http://shomidprof.wordpress.com/2012/12/20/zasto-vas-mrze-na-ask-fm-u-solved/?preview=true&preview_id=63&preview_nonce=ef992217c8

    Here’s a link to my blog. Look at a image caption “Hejt.fm”

    The blog I need help with is shomidprof.wordpress.com.

    #1102773

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    That is how image captions work in your Sundance theme. They are outside of the border around images. Each theme is unique, so what you see in Sundance is the way the designer make the CSS for that theme. If you try another theme, for example Twenty Ten, then the caption is displayed inside the frame/border of the image.

    It is not a problem or bug, but it is part of the design of the theme.

    #1102774

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    Have you paid for the CSS upgrade? If so, you can change the styling so that the caption in Sundance would be inside the frame. (I think: note that I don’t have much experience with CSS so I couldn’t tell you how to do that…)

    #1102782

    shomidprof
    Member

    No, i havent paid. Yeah, but it used to work fine at first, suddenly, it changed this way.

    #1103009

    No recent changes have been made for captions on the Sundance theme at WordPress.com. I also checked the demo site and I found that captions look the same as they do on your blog. Here is an example page, look for the “Jellyfish” caption:
    http://sundancedemo.wordpress.com/image-alignment-and-styles/

    Perhaps you were thinking of another theme.

    Also, if you are interested in purchasing the Custom Design upgrade, I can help you look into using CSS to change how captions look.

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