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  • #21878

    On the homepage I have two Big Slider images and a video posted. However when it gets to the VIDEO page the whole page resizes. Which makes it really weird since everything moves around. Is there a way to “fix’ the size of the video page so it doesnt slide everything around.

    See here:

    http://173.254.25.171/~msaendur/

    Thanks

    Joe

    #113435

    Hi,

    This was a real pain in the butt to find, lol. Like a video game, have to look quick before the slide moves and closes all the dom nodes. I think this will do it. Please add it to the end of your /css/custom.css or to Quick CSS located in Replete > Theme Options > Styling .. on the bottom of the page.

    #top.home .slideshow_container ul {
    height: 434px !important;
    }
    #top.home #wrap_all .slideshow .small_image iframe {
    height: 322px !important;
    }

    Are you keeping the theme responsive? So that devices with different screen sizes like smartphones and tablets can view the website? Right now the images in the middle center (below slider) are not coded responsively, so The code I am giving you is for normal computer screen sizes. That video embed frame you are using is being difficult since i don’t think its part of the theme since it refuses to change its shape easily.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #113436

    RIght now I am not sure if I am going to keep it responsive or not. What would i need to change to keep it responsive?

    #113437

    Hi Joe,

    That should actually work okay for the responsive layouts. You can test it by adjusting your browser width all the way down mobile size.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #113438

    Hi,

    Not sure what you changed in the template but http://i.imgur.com/hid9KU8.png that’s how it looks on smartphone size. You can see that it runs over in a number of places, yet remains responsive in other parts of the page (your logo for example). This theme uses media queries to change the position size of various objects on the page based on the visitor screen size. You probably changed percentage based widths into pixel based widths in a few places.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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