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Displaying images cleanly
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TOPIC: Displaying images cleanly

Displaying images cleanly 09 Jul 2014 00:05 #5104

At the moment, when the cursor hovers over a picture in the Latest module, I get a (+) in the middle of the picture—is there some way to stop that?

Secondly, is there some way to remove the image preview from the primary image for the post (the post that's linked from Latest)?

Thirdly, is there some way to limit the preview image for the image gallery to nn% of the browser window? Currently, the images in the lightbox are larger than the viewport and it's not clear how to get the preview to close.

I'm taking over from the prior developer for this client and it seems a number of mistakes were made by the two of them when the site was created.

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Re: Displaying images cleanly 02 Aug 2014 18:17 #5254

Bump. Gimme some love!

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Re: Displaying images cleanly 04 Aug 2014 08:07 #5260

1. You should edit css file
templates/jf_calla-exteriors/css/template.css line 737 remove background attribute of

div.itemListBlog span.catItemImage a:hover span.catItemHover, div.k2ItemsBlock ul li .moduleItemImage:hover span.moduleItemImageHover

2. can you take screenshot and mark that image preview. I dont catch your idea.
3. Tested the lightbox. It's always in view port.

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