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Thanks Nick. My problem was that I failed to activate the child theme properly. I think I’ve fixed it. However, everything under the theme options have been reset. Is there anyway to import or transfer all my previous settings (to include portfolios, quick CSS, colors, etc.) to the new child theme?
Thanks for the help. You mention that I can specify settings for image locations and whether or not images are cropped or not. Where and how would I set those settings?
In your opinion, what would be the easiest way to ensure that our images look good throughout the site without us having to photoshop each image we want to upload?
Also, any insight into the reason why the image transitions are the way they are? (reference #3 above)
Thanks for your quick reply.
1) We are still in the very early stages of setting up the website so I’ve only got a couple of images in the portfolio. Both images are 1024×1024. Am I going to need multiple copies of the same image in different sizes or is it supposed to scale the one uploaded image to fit any container? I have found that I can change the height: auto instead of 100% and it gets rid of the distortion, but this only works in the 2 column grid view. Any other ideas?
2) Thanks. I’ll put all my CSS there.
3) We are currently in Maintenance Mode for now until we get the kinks worked out and the content added. I’ll make it live for you to check out the problem. Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/btzo5pj. The image only slightly distorted on this page because the container is almost square. It is even more distorted in the slideshow when “read more” is selected. You’ll also be able to see the strange transition between images.
Thanks again for the help.
Sorry…one more question…
3) When the image in the slideshow changes, it is initially shown at it’s original size. This has the effect of only showing a small portion of the image before it gets scaled to fit the container. How to I keep this from happening. It’s very distracting and annoying.