Scrolling homepage pictures Jumbling– Coding error?
I have WooThemes Delicious Magazine, and for the past month the coding on my three scrolling pictures/images and articles on the home page are are jumbled and seemingly pressing into each other. Also, a thick black bar is now positioned on the right hand side of each picture (sometimes large, sometimes small). I have tried to think what I could have done to cause this, but my Cousin who is a Coder suggested I contact the Forum to see if it might be an internal coding error that you could fix? The sooner the better please!
The blog I need help with is: (visible only to logged in users)turningglobetuitionltdMemberOriginal poster
By the way my site is: Turning Globe Tuition Ltd: http://www.turningglobetuition.com. Thanks for trying to help!danieldudzicStaff
Could you provide me with a screenshot of the Featured Images settings that you are using? (http://cl.ly/0u1A3c2o3q3V000t1p3O)
I am not very tech savvy, so I have just put the information below (I don’t know why but I can’t seem to get the screenshot to work here). Thank you for responding, I was beginning to lose hope!
Delicious Magazine 1.1.10
• View Theme Documentation
• General Settings
• Layout Options
• Featured Panel
• Sub Featured
• Featured Images
• Footer Customization
• Subscribe & Connect
Homepage and Archive Thumbnails
Width 628 Height 628
Enter an integer value i.e. 628 for the desired size which will be used when dynamically resizing the images.
Image Alignment for Thumbnails:
Select how to align your thumbnail within posts.
Show Thumbnail in Single Post
Check this if you want to display the thumbnail on the single posts.
Single Post page Image (Yes, checked)
Width 200 Height 200
Enter an integer value i.e. 300 for the desired size which will be used when dynamically creating the images.
Image Alignment for Images on Single Posts:
Select how to align your image on the single posts screens.danieldudzicStaff
Regarding the Featured Panel (http://cl.ly/1f2o0m0r3p233E2q1114):
The black area on the right is just an empty spot not filled by the image. If you want to get rid of it, remember to use featured images that have at least: 652px in width and 290px in height.
Regarding the post image alignment. Try to set the Featured Images > Image Alignment for Thumbnails > Center: http://cl.ly/3K0Q2F3C062K30241n1G
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