Problem with large, wide Slider cropping images
Been having an issue since increasing the main column width in a 2 column template. Thank you for making this option so easily accessible now. I really like how it’s right in the Graphene options.
The Slider I am working with is 700px wide, 240px tall. I can upload those exact dimensions, but when it is displayed in the Slider, there is a bit cropped off the left side and it starts to tile. This is even the case when I select Custom Featured Image and manually enter the http. I have tried the suggestions at:
add_filter( 'graphene_slider_full_image_width', 'graphene_custom_slider_image_size' );
but to no avail, even though I tried a return of 700.
If I make the image or Slider smaller, say to 660px, then it doesn’t crop, but still tiles.
Any thoughts? It’s kind of a weird one and hard to describe, but for some reason the Slider is presenting the images wrong, even though like look fine in the Featured Image selection slot.ModAdmin
Thank you for the replies.
I have already tried the fix you posted and it didn’t make a difference, although I didn’t try them in combination with the other fixes above. Do you think I need to do them all for it to work?
The website is a bit of a mess at the moment as I was working on changing something else, but feel free to check out here:
The second Slider image has more image than the man’s left shoulder. The image should go to the left more.Admin
When did you update the
theme-head.phpfile? If it was some time ago, try updating it again as you may not have the latest revision of that file.
Also, after updating that file, you need to rebuild your thumbnails. Use the AJAX Thumbnail Rebuild plugin for this.
AnonymousMarch 1, 2012 at 1:34 am #25300
Well, actually your current settings for the slider are 640×270. This is why your images are slightly cropped on the right, and have a thin black strip across the bottom.
Try making your images 640×270 before uploading, and you should be good to go.
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