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    arminunruh

    Ok this seems to be a bug, we're working on it!!

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    arminunruh

    Hey!

    Ok we will work on making this work!

    posted in Feature Requests read more
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    arminunruh

    Hello mads! The way the images are shown on the frontend, sometimes smaller versions of the image are loaded. This is a standard way to do it, it's a so called responsive image. That's good if for example someone visits your website with their smartphone. Then it doesn't need to load a huge image.

    I will include an option so it will load the original image!

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    arminunruh

    Hey thanks for reaching out. We discussed this via email already. I think it might have to do something with the demo being bilingual and then when a translation of a text is missing, no text is shown for the language where the translation is missing.

    I wrote it down and will take a look.

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    arminunruh

    Ah, interesting.

    Well, you would need to go through the JSON of the page's gridder and check the order of the thumbnails.

    Try this in your php:

    // $id has to be the id of the page you are getting the gridder json from
    $gridder_json = get_post_meta( $id, '_gridder_json', true );
    // if you need the gridder json of a term do: $gridder_json = get_term_meta( $id, '_gridder_json', true );
    
    // now turn the gridder json into an object:
    $obj = json_decode($gridder_json);
    
    // now print the json object into your error.log file. Read more about this here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress
    // to print to your debug.log you need to add this to your wp-config:
    // define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );
    // define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true );
    
    error_log(print_r($obj, true));
    

    Now in your debug.log you can look at the json structure and traverse through it to find out the order of your thumbnails.

    The above can be tricky if you don't have the experience, but it is a great learning opportunity.

    You could also use the post order of the post overview:
    0_1540899966886_Screen Shot 2018-10-30 at 12.45.45.png

    Use a plugin like "Post Order" https://wordpress.org/plugins/intuitive-custom-post-order/

    And then for finding out the next post do a wp_query using orderby => menu_order
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query

    like:

    // get all posts of post type "post"
    $args = array(
    	'posts_per_page' => -1,
    	'orderby' => 'menu_order',
    	'post_type' => 'post'
    );
    $all_posts_query = new WP_Query( $args );
    if($all_posts_query->have_posts()){
    	foreach ($all_posts_query->posts as $post){
    		// do something with $post->ID
    	}
    }
    

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