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Posted on 2014-03-01
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I have just created some new posts.  I have checked them all (6) and they appear to all have been correctly entered.  However, when going to my gallery page showing all my ceramics, all the new posts are show as in the link below which display 'baskets' and not ceramic images:

http://www.elizabethrollinsscott.com/artworks-ceramics-porcelain-ceramic-angels?eshopall=yes

(select 'show all' and scroll down)

You will notice that if you click on the items you will find that the posts display well, but they do not render on the gallery display.

Would anyone be able to help as a gallery desparately wants to see these on my wife's site so I can sell some works.
Thanks,
David
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Gary Davis earned 500 total points
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If I right-click (IE) an image and select the properties to see the url to the image, I see:


If I do the same on a basket image, I get:


Verify the uploaded image is correctly uploaded, named and referenced.
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by:davidascott
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Hi, Thanks very much for your post.  I have checked two things:

1. The Post
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The following HTML is in the post:

<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-3834" title="Hand built raku fired ceramic angel bowl" src="http://www.elizabethrollinsscott.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/237-Raku-Angel-Bowl2-300x300.jpg" alt="ceramic angel bowl" width="300" height="300" />Raku Angel Bowl

Medium: Handbuilt Raku Fired Ceramic Angel Bowl

Size 14.5cm x 3.5cm x 10.5cm

Price: £125

2. The eShop
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There is not an image showing.  I can't figure what I'm NOT doing as the post is there
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by:davidascott
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Thanks very much for getting me on to this.  Your posting made me realise about possible causes, which made me find the YouTube post below.

Adding products into WordPress website using eShop plugin.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TA8GEENSKsM

The reason for not showing in the eShop as you correctly pointed out was that when adding an image in eShop I had not selected 'use as featured image' before uploading, which the clip above clearly demonstrates.

Thanks very much,
David
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by:davidascott
ID: 39898310
The feedback was instructional.  Whilst it did not tell me what to do per se, it provided me with an insight that enabled me to fix within 10 mins what had previously taken me all day yesterday to do....and fail.

Thank you.
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