Not currently possible, planned for later version.
- Yes, by disabling certain fields on the free plan and then enabling them on the paid plan.
In the regular WordPress media manager.
Yes. Directories –> [Your Directory] –> Content Types –> Listing –> Manage Displays –> Detailed. Enable the Display No Image image if nothing to display option.
Images are cropped to 240×180, if you are using sizes/ratios other than these you may run into problems.
- You can choose a different version by going to Directories –> [Your Directory] –> Content Types –> Category –> Manage Displays –> (Name of Display to Edit). Edit the Photos display element there and select a different image size.
- In my (Dave) opinion this is less than ideal and making full use of WP’s responsive images functionality integrated into core in 4.4 should make it possible to avoid this issue entirely.
- There are also some restrictions on the responsiveness of images caused by Directories Pro’s use of the CSS property background-image for displaying some listing images instead of the HTML img tag. I (Dave) think using img is a better route than background-image for this usage case. See StackOverflow for further discussion of this topic.
This is not currently possible, currently one has to fill out all the required fields even if one isn’t actually publishing the listing before the listing will save.
In the Manage Displays section of Category.
In addition to creating the field for the backend (e.g. adding a listing) you also need to add it to the display for that particular listing type.
You can get a copy of customizations to the Storefront theme’s style.css here.