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    Hello Support-Team,

    can you give me some advise how to change dimensions of the slide-show?

    I’d like to reduce the high to 1/4 of the original size but have no clue how this can be done?

    Any help would be highly appreciated.



    Hi JohnFabian,

    Kindly open wp-content/themes/choices/functions.php and find this line of code (line 68):

    $avia_config['imgSize']['featured'] = array('width'=>990, 'height'=>400 ); // images for fullsize pages and fullsize slider

    Just adjust the height value. Hope this helps. :)




    Hello Ismael,

    I have made the changes but nothing happend.

    This is what I’ve used:

    $avia_config = array(‘width’=>900, ‘height’=>200 );

    I have made an image with equal dimensions (900, 200) and added/ assigned it to slide one.

    Unfortunately the theme ignores my changes.

    Any idea what I made wrong?


    Hi John,

    I forgot to add this instruction:

    After setting that up, kindly use the Regenerate Thumbnails Plugin:

    and regenerate your images. :)




    Hi Ismael,

    it doesnt work even if I use the recommended plugin.



    Can you post a link to the slideshow please? Maybe you need to change another thumbnail size. The “featured” image size just affects fullwidth slideshows on pages and portfolio entry pages.

    Best regards,



    I am trying to change the slider to same dimensions as above(930x250px) have regenerated thumbnails etc. and still no change.

    Is there another Thumbnail size that I need to change?

    Would appreciate a solution to this.

    Cheers J



    Can you post a link please.There are a number of sliders in various locations of the theme, each having different sizes. It would be easiest if we had a chance to view the source code of your particular situation in order to provide you with a meaningful answer. You can use to mask the url and remain private.



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