Public Ticket #1341686
Different graphic details


  • Alex started the conversation

    Hello. Im Alex and I created my portfolio with Onigiri theme.

    I have a questions. There is an exemples in the attachment.

    1  - to center the thumbnails to compare the logo

    2 - why the thumbnails are blurred ? i have tried with different

    widths/resolutions : 1200px/288dpi, 1200px/144dpi, 1200px/72dpi,

    600px/288dpi, 600px/144dpi, 600px/72dpi, 300px/288dpi,

    300px/144dpi, 300px/72dpi

    3- to delete the further projects

    - to delete the arrow

    4- to change this fonts and colors. Its not possible in

    Personalisation>Typography for this texts.

    5- to remove the underline. Why is there an underline while there is not in heading 2 ?

    Thanks a lot.


    Attached files:  questions-onigiri.pdf

  •  723
    Marc replied

    Hi Alexa,

    1) by design the images align to the left. You'd need to extensively change the theme's behavior to center the images. Please understand, that we cannot provide help for individual customizations. If you want to learn more about the used technique, you can search the web for "masonry javascript".

    2) I guess you're using a Mac with an HighDPI display ("Retina"). The theme currently doesn't support the higher display resolution on such devices, but will do in a future theme update. The images will appear at their exact image resolution on other devices. Please understand, that the dpi settings of your images won't affect images on websites, since these define the proportions for printing only.

    3 & 5) You can use additional CSS code to change the layout of your website. The following example, will hide the "further projects" section:

    h3.further-projects, h3.further-projects ~ div {
        display: none;

    If you're not familiar with CSS code, a web search will provide easy to follow tutorials.

    4) Are you using the "Easy Google Fonts" plugin? By default there shouldn't be a "Typography" section in the customizer. With the plugin mentioned before, you need to create custom font controls. Unterstanding how CSS code works, will help to understand what "CSS selectors" are and how to use them.

    Most browsers provide a tool to inspect the used CSS code of elements. Simply right click on an element and select "Inspect Element", "Element Information" or else and the tool will open. It shows the used CSS and how to address the elements in custom code.


  • Alex replied


    Thanks a lot for your answer.

    But Im sorry, I dont find a solution for question 4 and 5. I tried to search on internet but a css language is very complicated for me.

    Best regards,


  •  90
    Ellen replied

    Hi Alex,

    I'm super sorry that we can't help further with individual theme customizations. There are lots of helpful tutorials or YouTube videos out there for custom CSS, maybe this link with a starter series on custom CSS might be helpful, too: 


    Best, Ellen