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    Where would one in be able to add code so to create a – in this case – 55px padding at the bottom of Background Galleries?

    I would like to set it so that when one shows the full screen, that the full images rest above the thumbnail bar – rather than being having it be a transparent overlay. A 55px padding at bottom, so that the background color shows there – with either full screen or with menu – would work great, so that always the full images are displayed.

    Any assistance with this is much appreciated! Would be great. Thank you for those who are familiar with php, and so can direct.

    Mucho gracias! Danke schon. Thank you much.

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    #214750

    Hi Michael!

    The website you provided is not loading on my end. Can you please post a screenshot of what you’re trying to do?

    Best regards,
    Ismael

    #214755

    Really? I am working on it now, and displays fine. It’s online. Wonder why it’s not displaying there?

    I just wanted the bottom raised for all images in a slideshow so that the thumbnail bar is not overlaid, but rests beneath it. I figured that code would have to be inserted for the bottom-margin or padding, in perhaps the functions.php, not css, but not sure or where.

    Starting to think of workarounds, as have had several issues with the thumbnail bar (or more the display and use of controls). Is it possible to have either the Image Count or Hide Controls not to be displayed??

    I tried – .img_count { display: none; } – in Quick CSS, but it still displays.

    One option I considered was to disable the Hide Content link somehow (how?), so that controls – ie Play/Pause, Forward/Back buttons – show below Main Menu (Show Controls is set in Settings), but there is no switching to the other screen with thumbnail, etc. Is this possible?

    Thanks for the assistance. Really appreciate the response!
    Michael

    #215863

    Hi!

    I wasn’t able to find a way to do it when trying now.

    I’m not sure what you mean by the other options you wanted to look at.

    Cheers!
    Devin

    #216248

    Thank you Devin for the response. I found another solution through various experiments and a serendipitous series of adjustments, and the thumbnail bar is now just as I would like it. Wound up not raising, but altering the transparency more for the thumbnails. Removed both Hide Content and Image Count, and created a custom widget for my galleries that links to fullscreen.

    The thread may be closed. Thanks again for looking in and responding. Appreciated.

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