[Resolved] Featured image in Elements Header displays with more height than other pages

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  • #1421140
    Deborah

    I have headers created in Elements to display a Featured Image as the background image on pages.

    I created a new page by duplicating an existing published page on the website.
    Added content to the page.
    Set Featured Image, the image has the same physical dimensions as other Featured Images on published pages.

    However, the new page displays with a Featured Image of more vertical height than the published pages.

    I’ve checked exclusions in Elements. I’m not finding any issue. The page that’s not displaying correctly was copied from the Evaluation page on the main navigation.

    Not sure what I’m missing?

    #1421174
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    The size of the header element is controlled by the top and bottom padding options:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/how-to-create-a-page-hero/#step-4-set-the-height

    Does that help?

    If not can you tell which page hero I should be compared with the Evaluation page?

    #1421181
    Deborah

    Thank you for the quick response, Leo.

    Yes, I know the size of the header element is controlled by the top and bottom padding options.

    The page that’s not displaying the Featured Image correctly is using the same Element header as the Evaluation page. As well as all other pages, except the home page and blog post (News) page.

    All the pages using that Element header are displaying the Featured Image correctly.

    In my initial support request, I included the URL for the page that’s not displaying correctly. It’s currently in draft mode, but I made it viewable with Public Post Preview plugin.

    I’m not seeing an option to add the URL privately in forum responses.

    #1421182
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    So I’m comparing Carbon Capture and Utilization Research Map with Evaluation?

    If so the difference is due to the content height – Carbon Capture and Utilization Research Map is split in two lines as it’s too long.

    #1421184
    Deborah

    Aha! Silly me. Thank you, Leo.

    Sorry for taking up your time tonight.

    #1421185
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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