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  • #4416

    The effect that shifts the rest of the page up and down depending on the height/type of the slide is very cool. However, in my case I want to shut that off (so that the page content below doesn’t shift up and down). So far, I managed to set the image height for portrait (left or right side slides) to match full width images by editing functions.php on line 27 like so:

    $avia_config['imgSize']['featured'] 	= array('width'=>928, 'height'=>350);		// big images for fullsize pages and fullsize 2D & 3D slider
    $avia_config['imgSize']['portrait'] = array('width'=>305, 'height'=>350); // medium preview pic for portrait pictures

    It generates the proper height images, but I still have a 7 pixel shift up and down as the slides change, here: http://www.littlegraphicsengine.com/wpcms/

    I’m pretty sure I need to adjust the CSS somewhere or maybe slideshow settings code, but I can’t find anything (using FF Firebug) that is different for the height between the two types of slides.

    #46249

    Hey,

    Logically the only way to achieve this is to fix the height of the slideshow area; in order to not lose any content this would have to be based on the largest image / video (which in this case is your “The Monk & Them Monkey” video. Is that what you’d like to do?

    James

    #46250

    Yes thanks. I would like to set a fixed height for the slide show area. Can you tell me how to do that?. That video was just for testing, so don’t worry about that.. I can modify my video and slides to have a uniform height, which in it’s final form will likely be the height that the slides are now (350) or less.

    #46251

    Try to add following code to css/custom.css:

    .home .slideshow{
    height: 523px !important;
    }

    #46252

    Ah, so simple. Thanks! Yes that does it.

    #46253

    Glad that I could help you :)

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