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  • #8304

    Could you please ehlpe me I wish to alter the height of the slideshow on the homepage to 300px and the width to 700 px can you point me in the right direction please.

    #60980

    Hey,

    you can alter the image sizes in the functions.php file.

    The big/fullsize slider image can be set through this line

    $k_option['custom']['imgSize']['XL'] = array('width'=>940, 'height'=>440); // big images for fullsize pages and mainpage slider

    #60981

    Chris,

    Many thanks I have now altered the functions.php file to :

    $k_option = array(‘width’=>740, ‘height’=>340); // big images for fullsize pages and mainpage slider

    and have altered the style.css file to :

    /*The heights of the following 3 classes controll the slider height*/

    .slideshow{

    height:440px; /*this changes the height of the main image slider*/

    width:940px;

    overflow: hidden;

    position: relative;

    }

    .featured, .fadeout {

    height:440px;

    }

    .feature_excerpt{

    max-height:400px;

    padding:20px 30px 20px;

    bottom:0;

    display:none;

    font-size:13px;

    line-height:1.8em;

    position:absolute;

    width:250px;

    z-index:3;

    }

    However the slideshow is showing to the left not centre and also the black shadow in the background has not reduced, can you again point me where to go, please see http://www.psweb-test4.com

    many thanks

    #60982

    Hey,

    add following code to style.css:

    .slideshow {
    margin: 0 auto;
    }

    2) The shadow is an image. You need to modify it with Gimp or Photoshop (I’d use the included psd files). Then replace the original file ( http://www.psweb-test4.com/wp-content/themes/avisio/images/skin1/bg_shadow.png ) with the resized version.

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