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TOPIC: Setting a minimum size

Setting a minimum size 07 Apr 2014 13:42 #4437

Hey Everyone,

Ok so I finally get the jf slideshow to work with the Calla Exteriors template. No easy task, but then again I am a noob. This is supersized with image rotation and the controls. I need to now set a minimum image size for the slideshow. My problem is when the site loads on a mobile especially in portrait mode the image is not proportionate. I am thinking if it has a minimum height and width with the overflow hidden it would at least crop the pic instead of squeezing it.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. thanks

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Re: Setting a minimum size 08 Apr 2014 08:36 #4445

Hello,
You should config slideshow
Slide Type: responsive
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Width, height will be scaled 1:1 in mobile

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Re: Setting a minimum size 08 Apr 2014 09:06 #4448

Thank you for the reply. The Problem is that in the calla exteriors template if I set jf slideshow to responsive it does not full the screen at it should. Only setting it as background supersized works. And i must say it works well the only problem is the aspect ratio when it loads on mobiles, portrait especially.

Can you edit the module or jquery itself to set a minimum width?? Would something like this work??

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