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    Hi, I was wondering if there was a way to specify the height of the container used in the larger portfolio (single entries)?? Right now when a user goes to a new portfolio item the “loading” container appear one size, and then it “grows” to the size of the image – IS there a way to eliminate this and have the loading area the same size?? So I don’t get this “page shift”

    Here is my link:

    When the page fist loads the gray loading area is smaller then when the image loads – I’d like for this to automatically be the height of my images….



    Hi Cre8ivDesign,

    Not really no. The height starts at 330px which is set by .slideshow {height: 330px} . Then it adjusts based on the browser size/container size.

    That way the image loads in properly for any of the responsive sizes.

    So you could change the starting size to your logo sizes with:

    .slideshow {
    height: 433px ;

    But then you would need to adjust it for mobile and tablet sizes too with media queries.




    Ok, Thanks


    Hi, I noticed that the large thumbnail images are generated and show at about 455px high – Just wondering where I can go to specify what size gets generated for these enlarged portfolio images? I ask because I’m saving them a specific size, and when I’m uploading them they then get scaled / regenerated at a larger size and in most cases reduces the quality of the image… It’s not a huge deal, just thought I’d ask to see if I can correct it.



    In functions.php search for following line:

    $avia_config['imgSize']['fullsize'] 		 	= array('width'=>930, 'height'=>930, 'crop'=>false);		// big images for lightbox and portfolio single entries

    Change the width/height dimensions and regenerate the thumbnails with:


    Thanks – I’ll adjust those sizes!



    Don’t forget to regenerate the thumbnails after.



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