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    Is there way to make a 3 column ajax portfolio that when clicking on a single picture would pull up the portfolio slider or gallery without the title and excerpt?

    So like on this page http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/portfolio/portfolio-ajax/ if you click the top left iphone portfolio, it would pull up the slider but instead of having the “Single Portfolio: 2/3 Slider” title and the excerpt underneath, the pictures would span across the entire columns. It would be a full page slider.

    Any way to do this? Thanks for your help in advance. By the way I absolutely love the theme and I can’t wait to finish my full site.



    Yes, it is possible. Edit config-templatebuilder > avia-shortcodes > portfolio.php, find this code on line 476:

    $output .= "<div class='av_table_col portfolio-entry portfolio-preview-content'>";

    $output .= "<h2 class='portfolio-preview-title'><a href='{$link}'>".$entry->post_title."</a></h2>";

    $output .= "<div class='entry-content'>";
    $output .= $content;
    $output .= "</div>";
    $output .= "<span class='avia-arrow'></span>";
    $output .= "</div>";

    Remove it.




    I would even be content to make a page like this with a full gallery and the previews at the bottom http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/portfolio-item/lorem-ipsum/


    alright the solution you posted kind of worked. It got rid of the title and excerpt but the resulting image ratio is not like the original. It’s almost a square crop when the pictures are 4:3 or 16:9.

    Is there a way to make the image span across the entire area that the picture and excerpt occupied?



    You can change the preview image size with a filter. Insert following code at the bottom of functions.php

    add_filter('avf_ajax_preview_image_size','avia_change_ajax_preview_image', 10, 1);
    function avia_change_ajax_preview_image($size){
    $size = 'featured';
    return $size;

    and (if necessary) replace the “featured” thumbnail size with “full” or “extra_large”.

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