Responsive Theme: Adding an Image to Call To Action Section?

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  • #1265740

    cwysa
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    Using the free Responsive theme.

    How can I add an image to the right-side in the call to action section, like the official theme screenshot shows?

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    #1265976

    cwysa
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    Here’s the Link: http://cottonwoodysa.wordpress.com

    Anyone know? There’s no clear way to do it.

    #1265977

    timethief
    Member

    Please consult the theme description http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/responsive/

    Custom Call to Action:
    If you would like to display a custom call-to-action button in your Home template content area, in the Customizer, under “Theme Options”, set “Homepage Call to Action” to “yes” and enter a custom URL and button text (defaults to: “Read more ›”).

    When using the theme customizer please be sure you are using one of the browsers and versions found here http://browsehappy.com and also be sure you have enabled third party cookies. http://en.support.wordpress.com/third-party-cookies/

    #1265978

    justpi
    Member

    @TT: The question was “How can I add an image to the right-side”.

    @cwysa: You need to edit the page you’ve set as your blog front and set a featured image to it.

    #1265981

    timethief
    Member

    @justpi
    Oh my goodness! I’m so sorry I missed that and I do apologize.

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