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  • #43125

    Michele Rempel
    Participant

    Hello.
    I uploaded an image of the recommended size in our website’s header, but the image is not responsive as it is in your demo site. It shows only a portion of the image on a mobile phone, for example.
    Please advise.

    Site: http://www.elainespetconcierge.com

    Thank you.

    #43127

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Michele Rempel,

    Background image will act on that way only. The images on the demo are not background. They are slider kept on banner sidebar.If you want to have responsive image , drag text widgets to Banner sidebar and place the image html on this way:
    <img src="your image url" />

    Let us know how it goes.

    Thanks

    #43128

    Michele Rempel
    Participant

    Hello.
    What is the suggested size for this so that it looks good?
    I uploaded the same image to the banner sidebar, but it is very small.

    Thanks.
    http://www.elainespetconcierge.com

    #43165

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    you can use image of 2400×900 px.

    Thanks

    #44390

    Steve Gossett
    Participant

    Sushil,

    As a suggestion, since most themes provide for being responsive, the static header should have a setting under Customizing and then Header Image to be able to select it being responsive or not so that it resizes accordingly.

    When having to use a widget to present the header, there is extra minute work to display header image and banner sidebar on the front page only.

    Many themes have that header image responsiveness by default and I feel that adding this would really enhance this Flat Responsive theme.

    I also wanted to add that I have a banner graphic to use as a header image and it is 2400 × 900. The image does not scale by default when using as an image header. I also tried 2400 × 770 and still it is way outside the container area. Only when adding it to a text widget does it resize accordingly.

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by  Steve Gossett.
    #44392

    Steve Gossett
    Participant

    Something to look at. There is a plugin named Widget Visibility Without Jetpack by Eduardo Larequi at https://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-visibility-without-jetpack/ that lets a person control what pages a widget appears on. Its helpful and would be a great feature if incorporated into any theme.

    Their description:

    Control what pages your widgets appear on. Based on Widget Visibility module, from Jetpack plugin, http://wordpress.org/plugins/jetpack/.

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by  Steve Gossett.
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