October 11, 2018 at 11:52 pm #1020531
a basic question: When I put a static dummy Image with 1200x440px width in my header (see screenshot here -> https://imgur.com/HxhCiNy ) it fits the website’s max container width (set to 1200px as well) perfectly.
However, when I want to use a fixed width Advanced Layer Slider with exactly the same dimensions, it gets displayed slightly wider than the rest of the content on larger screens. Screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/8LRnJWn
How can I give the Advanced Layer Slider the exact same behaviour than a static header image would have? In other words: How can I prevent the slider from being slightly wider as it should?
October 13, 2018 at 6:05 am #1020941
- This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by micscr.
Thanks for the login details and screenshots. Your container width is 1200 pixels so it should fit perfectly, though I couldn’t see the element in your screenshot where it’s not working on your actual site. On which page can we see that?
RikardOctober 13, 2018 at 1:43 pm #1021047
it does fit, but only on smaller screens or when I reduce the slider’s canvas size.
The canvas size of the mentioned slider here is set to 1200px – If I reduce it (for example 1100px, tried that on other pages) it also fits on larger screens but the images get cropped a bit.
Specification would be the slider should have exactly the width of the content columns below – not more. On top no wider range than logo to last menu item.
Here for example http://www.trabitsch.at/homepageV2/leistungen-services/ the slider width is perfectly fine but the images get cropped a bit cause of the reduced canvas size.October 18, 2018 at 6:07 pm #1023534
the slider width is perfectly fine but the images get cropped a bit cause of the reduced canvas size.
The canvas width is actually wider than the specified value — current size is 1120px. The images have to be resized in order to keep their aspect ratio while maintaining the height of the slider canvas, which is currently set to 440px.
Try to insert the images as layers instead of setting them as slide background. Use images with the same sizes as much as possible.
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