For a final release before Dec 10, we would need a RC1 just about this week then. Considering Pages has not entered Beta stage yet and neither has Commerce, that sounds difficult, although utopistically possible. We shall see. I am eagerly waiting for a proper beta with pages to begin working on it all.
Wordpress nowadays is a CMS/Blog, Pages and Blog are respectively CMS and Blog, so it's not a weird question. I would assume you can move the same stuff if not more, but let's see what the Staff says, I would be interested too.
Hello, I have been playing around for days to solve this particular templating issue I have, to no avail.
I have one database that's like a big container for items in other databases.
This big container would have a few entried from one, a few from another, etc.
And that's all fine, it works well when showing the name of the entries I am referring to, it links to the correct entry.
But I also want to show the entry's image/icon.
So that when it displays the database relationship, it not only shows the name, but also the image.
Or, if that is not possible, just the image is fine.
I have tried displaying the image only within the database relationships, but it only shows the image name. Even if I were to find a way to show the image itself, it would still have the horrible alt image name.
To recap: I would like to show an entry of another database by its name and its icon in a decent looking way. If that's not possible, then I would at least want to show the image and at least to make it so the alt's is the name of the entry, not the image name.
I've been able to make it work with everything else so far, but this is just not working for me!
1- Images are loaded at their full size and then scaled back, which makes the page load much slower for big images. Is there any way for it to load thumbnails or small/mid sized images rather than the full ones?
2- Is there also a way to have the full width available, cropping the image to make it fit?
I've tried to play around it and I can't seem to get it to work this way.