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  • #924889

    Hi there,
    while searching through the forums I have noticed that this issues has been adressed some times – but I havent really not found a hint to solve this. f.e. here #59512..

    My client uses uncropped images to fill his slider (slide sho full widht) depending what advertisement he is running.
    I had all files cropped at set it to ‘featured large’ – and the option to “strech to fill”
    Unfortunately it does not set it to 630px height – it bounces up and down – depending on the 100% height of the image.

    So what can I do to keep the size of the slider chosen in the panel without adjusting height?

    thanks
    Pedro

    #926249

    Hey aovivo,

    I loaded the site – but can you please point us out which one of those is it related
    Can you show us which section? I mean, I see the slider but the image is not set to strech, so I am checking something wrong?

    Best regards,
    Basilis

    #926282

    no, everything is fine. its the slider on the homepage. the slider is set to strech. but as described, the images in the slider bounce up and down, depending on the height.

    regards
    P. –

    #926483

    Hi,

    Could you try to crop the images you are using so that they are all the same height? I think that should solve your problem.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #926494

    Hi there,
    well this is what I thought that ‘strech to fit ‘ would do. I want to have an easy solution for my customer who doesnt use PhotoShop or similar to crop and resize the images… Thats why I though that a fixed slider size in combination with ‘strech to fit’ would do…

    What else ist that option (strech to fit) for?
    Please advise
    Thanks
    Pedro

    #927029

    Hi Pedro,

    Thanks for the feedback. Please send us a temporary admin login and login URL so that we can have a closer look. You can post the details in the Private Content section of your reply.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

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