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  • #170072

    We have installed and been using the Enfold template for a while.

    Any time we have a post that uses a picture that is portait instead of landscape it does not work properly in the sliders on the home page. They are aligned left and there is exta space to the right side of that image.

    Other templates we have used generally just resize the photo so that it fits on the home page.

    Is there a way to set it so that it will size the image properly?

    Thanks

    #170145

    Hello vermillion11!

    Can you post the link to your website?

    Cheers!
    Yigit

    #170266

    http://www.healthyrowan.com All of the images we have on the site now are landscape because the site is public.

    #170449

    Hey!

    We need to see it live to provide you a solution. Can you create one dummy page and post its link?

    Cheers!
    Yigit

    #170543

    Ok here is a page I just setup that has one that is not the same size.

    http://healthyrowan.com/test-page/

    But it must have ben a javascript issue when we were having the issue. I recently updated and now its working better, but there is a size difference when the featured image is shown when the image is not landscape. Is there a way to lock it down so all of the images display in the same size just if its portrait then it crops the photo to fit in the parameters.

    I have use many other templates that do a great job of this and it helps to standardize the pictures better.

    #170704

    Hi!

    The featured images or portfolio thumbnails on the page have a huge difference in height. It will stretch the other image in a disappointing manner if we set a specific height. Please try to use a uniform canvas on portfolio images before uploading them. You can add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS to set a max-height for portfolio thumbnails.

    .attachment-portfolio.wp-post-image {
    max-height: 150px;
    }

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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