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    Enfold is still the best theme out there by millenniums, however, it is frustrating that when adding images in to a slider and then selecting the desired dimensions:

    Large (1024×1024)
    Featured (1500×430)
    Featured Large (1500×630)
    Extra Large (1500×1500)
    Entry without Sidebar (1210×423)

    The theme NEVER resizes the images… the heights are all up and down. I have tried using “Stretch” and “Don’t stretch”. Usually I want to use the ratio 1500×430 or 1500×630

    In the end I have to use the Layered Slider, which is a little more time consuming.

    Anyhow keep up the great work.


    Hey steveparkinson1963,

    Thank you for your input. Glad you enjoy using Enfold.
    I’ll pass on your concern.

    Best regards,


    Hi there, any updates on this topic? I’m also having a similar issue when using the easy slider instead of the background image on the demo “freelancer”.

    I’m creating a web where I want a slider with different images instead of a static image. I’m using the same image that comes with the demo (freelancer-girl-687×1030) with the same dimensions but when using the easy slider I the height is different (more than 100% of the screen size).

    What can I do to get the same result as if I were using the background image?

    Here’s a link to the website? First section is the original one; second section is a duplicated on but using an easy slider instead of a background image.

    Thanks in advance.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by dgvicario. Reason: web link missing

    I have started using the layer slider instead.. that will crop images so they are all the same dimensions.
    Hope that helps.


    Hi there! Thanks for your answer. That’s not exactly what I need. I hope someone can give me an answer.



    Have you tried setting a maximum height value for the slider? Example:

    .avia-slideshow {
        max-height: 500px;

    Do you have a test page that we can check?

    Best regards,

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