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  • #15326

    ameyban
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    How can I fit the images in slider like this theme: http://wpexplorer-demos.com/elegant/

    I want it responsive. Currently, on mobile, the image gets cropped. I don’t want that I want it fit to screen.

    #15390

    acmesupports
    Moderator

    Hello ameyban,
    Thank you so much for using our theme Mercantile.
    Depends on what you understand by responsive. The slider is full screen regardless of screen size and the images (actually background images) are set to cover that certain screen size. Obviously, that means some parts of the image will be cropped because your image sizes won’t be the same as the device size. Hope you understand what we mean. Can you please add the image we used on demo and check once.
    Thank you

    #15457

    ameyban
    Participant

    Okay! How can I make it like one in the link? Kindly tell me what to change in CSS.

    #15477

    acmesupports
    Moderator

    The above image is not background image. The approach used on this two theme is different, so in this case we suggest you to customize the theme code. Can we have your site url please, we will check once and try to find any possible options.
    Thank you

    #15941

    sbl
    Participant

    Hello!
    I have same problem with images in slider: http://vtuchn3o.beget.tech.
    Could you help, please?
    Thank you!

    #15949

    acmesupports
    Moderator

    Hello @sbl,

    Thank you so much for using our theme Mercantile.
    Depends on what you understand by responsive. The slider is full screen regardless of screen size and the images (actually background images) are set to cover that certain screen size. Obviously, that means some parts of the image will be cropped because your image sizes won’t be the same as the device size. Hope you understand what we mean. Can you please add the image we used on demo and check once.
    Thank you

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