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  • #11576

    Hi Guys,

    This is my link:

    http://www.ckproductions.co.uk/

    Although a home page, it’s a simple page with a slideshow in and a custom sidebar next to it. All images in the slideshow are 600px by 380px. However, as you can see the first image (added after the next 7 images) resizes itself by 40px’s or so. How do I stop this from happening?

    Many thanks,

    Sam

    #72225

    Hello,

    I can’t open the link that you gave us.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #72226

    That’s odd – works at this end… please try… http://www.ckproductions.co.uk. Many thanks, Sam.

    #72227

    Hello,

    Try this on your custom.css.

    #top .slideshow li img {
    height: 100%;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #72228

    Hi Ismael,

    That has an effect, but the result is that the height is reduced to about 200px (roughly)and all the portfolio images on the main portfolio site are squashed too. Note, I’ve not put it up on the site because the site is live. Do you have ideas? Really appreciate you time here. Thanks, Sam

    #72229

    Hi Ismael,

    It happens on any image I now add to any of the slideshows. The only discernible difference I can see is that I now have the option when uploading the image to have ti at full size, medium or small. Previously, I only had full size and the others were greyed out and unclickable. The full size option on both the old and new is 600 x 380px though. So they should be identical. I can go through all the site and idd the images again, this would presumably mean the resizing happened on all images. However, I don’t know what’s changed, so if I do that and then it changes again, I’ll be left needing to redo all the pictures again. It’s a really weird issue.

    Many thanks,

    Sam

    #72230

    Hi Sam,

    Have you made any changes to the functions.php? The size of the slideshow is actually 610 width, so each image is already getting stretched a tiny bit to fit the bigger width. For some reason, the logo image is then using 600×340 dimensions for its size. I would first check your functions.php and see if you have any image sizes set there for that size. If so, change it to W: 610 H: 930.

    If not, you can try regenerating the thumbnail for the logo image with a plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/

    OR, if you want to just be done with it ASAP, upload the proper sized image via ftp to overwrite this file: http://www.ckproductions.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/skp_logo1-600×340.jpg

    I’m not sure what the root cause of it is, but it sounds like something has changed to make the slideshow images a different size or to be cropped. So hopefully the above helps find the solution.

    Regards,

    Devin

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