August 22, 2017 at 12:07 UTC - Views: 98 #51013
Slideshow won’t fill up the screen. I want it to work like Weaver’s promotions work.
Was using Weaver 2, (www.corporationhall.com), worked fine. Upgraded to Weaver
Extreme (www.benrstein-exhibitions.com) and have lost control of the sizing. Please
sTAugust 22, 2017 at 15:41 UTC - Views: 94 #51017
http://www.benrstein-exhibitions.com appears to be an invalid URL, so we need the proper oneAugust 22, 2017 at 15:46 UTC - Views: 95 #51018
if this is the proper URL http://bernstein-exhibitions.com/
You have set your content area to 75% and added a 20% left padding which is really screwing things up.
You need to be more explicit about what you are trying to achieve and why to did the above.
Your content area should be set to 100% and there should be no large left padding.
Then explain what you are trying to doAugust 22, 2017 at 15:47 UTC - Views: 94 #51019August 22, 2017 at 15:49 UTC - Views: 89 #51021
We cross posted, I figured it out and posted my answer above your lastAugust 22, 2017 at 15:53 UTC - Views: 92 #51022
I haven’t worked with Weaver for several years. Was not aware
I made these changes. Where to I go to fix. I want the slideshow to
appear full size. Just like the one you provide in your demo.
sTAugust 22, 2017 at 16:00 UTC - Views: 87 #51023
I still don’t know where to go to fix this. I will begin looking.
Would appreciate any suggestions.
Thanks, sTAugust 22, 2017 at 16:07 UTC - Views: 91 #51024
It looks like you may have a sidebar setup, so first check that you have selected no sidebar in the Global sidebar settings In Appearance > Weaver Xtreme Admin > Main Options > Sidebar & Layout, and not changed it in the Page editing page sidebar layout setting.
I believe the width comes from that.
For the padding check Main options > Content areas > Content Area Padding boxesAugust 22, 2017 at 16:41 UTC - Views: 87 #51025
Removed the padding, Image became bigger but is not centered.
Will address your first part now and report back.August 22, 2017 at 16:44 UTC - Views: 84 #51026
I noticed you also have a 25px left padding on the container, and a 40px left padding on the wrapper.
Probably Main Options > Wrapping Areas > Container Area and Wrapper Area padding boxes.August 22, 2017 at 16:46 UTC - Views: 80 #51027
Did all that you asked. The slideshow got bigger but is not center.
I would still like it bigger tryed it at a larger size, but it stays the same
on the page. I will play with some different sizes in the slideshow program
and report back.
Thanks, sTAugust 22, 2017 at 20:45 UTC - Views: 75 #51037
Still having trouble placing the slideshow. Let me know if you
have any other ideas. I appreciate your insight. I think something
is restricting the size and the fact it won’t center.
sTAugust 22, 2017 at 21:55 UTC - Views: 69 #51041
On Edge, Chrome and FF I see your slider edge to edge now.
If you are not seeing that, clear your cache and test on different browsers / computersAugust 22, 2017 at 22:00 UTC - Views: 66 #51043
It’s getting close still needs some tweaking.
sTAugust 23, 2017 at 22:08 UTC - Views: 62 #51069
Good afternoon, Scrambler
The site seems to work well on my 27″ monitor and Ipad, but
top and bottom are trunkated on my Mac Pro, and you have to
scroll to see the entire site. Is there a fix for this. Also would like
to get rid of the wrapper at top. Any suggestions?
sTAugust 23, 2017 at 22:24 UTC - Views: 90 #51070
1- I am confused.
Are we speaking of the page http://bernstein-exhibitions.com/
All I see there is a slideshow, and if I change the size of my browser, making it big or small, the slideshow scales with it.
So I have no idea what you mean by “top and bottom are truncated on my Mac Pro”
I don’t see how the slideshow could become truncated top and bottom on any screen size. Can you reproduce the problem on your desktop by changing the sze of the browser?
The only way the slideshow would become truncated (and only at the bottom) is if the width/height of the browser was larger that the slideshow ratio (basically a wide with very little height browser, that would not allow the full width slider to fit vertically.
If you are speaking of another page, please provide a link.
2- The space at the top comes from the default bottom margin on an empty paragraph tag present before your slider.
Go to your page content editor, switch to text mode, and make sure there are no empty lines before the slider shortcode, as WP will add a paragraph tag to that. You can also check the option “Allow Raw HTML and script” on that page, that will disable WP auto formatting
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