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    So I have my company logo image that once is being uploaded on the slideshow appears normally on the website BUT in order to show the full logo, the slideshow would widen its “limits” and therefore the slideshow becomes larger just to let my image show entirely however the problem is that when the slideshow does that, well my webpage is being moved (because the slide show moves, the page goes down and then back up when back to the next image..)

    I assume i need to change the image size or something but I didn’t find any way to fix that… please help ?

    Thank you.



    To avoid the automatic movement of the slider while adapting to the height of each slides, please try to upload the same sizes for slider images. You can change the image size thumbnails on functions.php, find this code

    $avia_config['imgSize']['fullsize'] = array('width'=>930, 'height'=>930, 'crop'=>false); // big images for lightbox and portfolio single entries

    Can you give us a link to your website with the slider?




    Hi Ismael,

    Sorry my website is not hosted yet so I can’t provide a link..

    I don’t understand, changing the size of the image on wordpress and choosing medium or thumbnail does not actually change anything… What should i change in the code you gave me in order to limit the image’s height .. ? I hope I can sort this out.

    The default size for the slide photos is 500×406?




    Please install Simple Image Sizes plugin, and in Settings > Media, you will be able to change sizes of images in various theme locations. Just remember that once you change settings, only newly uploaded images use the new size or crop, and you will need to regenerate the old images already on your server. The functionality is part of the plugin too and can be found lower on the Settings > Media page.



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