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    Without any intervention or any tweaks to the template, my frontpage template header background became fullscreen?? There’s no way for me to change it back and it is extremely annoying.

    Please help! Thanks.


    Hi RandyJupiter,

    I’m not sure what you mean. The header image of the cityscape is displaying exactly how I would expect the theme to display it (and is the correct way the css tells it to).

    If it was displaying a different way previously then it was some kind of temporary bug or cache display error.

    If you can provide a screenshot for how you would like it to display, maybe we can assist with a css change.




    Thanks for the reply, Devin. I found the problem, there was a blank entry on the slider. Thanks again.

    One more thing, if I would like to have a strip of white above the header background and under the logo and menu, without actually adding it to the header images, possible?


    The menu container does not cover the entire width and you can just add a border within the content container. Insert following code into the quick css field and change the border width if necessary:

    #header #menu_container {
    border-bottom: 5px solid #fff;


    Thanks for the reply.

    I do not wish to have a border below the menu. What I needed was a strip underneath the menu, height from the top of page to just below the menu.


    I know I could use a image of a white strip and add it to the custom css under background-image, and I was thinking of using z-index for this. What do you guys suggest?


    Why does it take so long to get a response?



    Sorry for the delay.

    Can you tell us the difference between strip and border? Please give us a screenshot of the strip you are trying to create. It will make it a lot easier for us to solve your problem.





    What you are planning makes sense but I don’t see it in the code on the live site for me to adjust. Just put it in a div with a unique class in the header.php somewhere after the logo is inserted. We can then move it in position.



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