[Resolved] Revolution Slider – Make Full Width of Page

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  • #106887
    Mary Pearson

    Hi Tom,

    I’m back again. I’m making a new website at http://mapenterprises.info/ and once more I want to make the slider in GP Hooks full width.

    I have your previous instructions of:

    .inside-article {padding: 0 !important}
    .home {margin-left: 0 !important; margin-right: 0 !important;
    }

    I have tried all sorts of different classes but haven’t been able to find the right code to make it work. I have exhausted all the Documentation for the slider, and nothing they suggest works either. I’ve tried putting it in different GP Hooks boxes.

    What am I missing?

    Thanks!

    #106912
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Have you tried putting it in the “After Header” hook? There’s no container around that hook, so it should go full width.

    #106984
    Mary Pearson

    I had tried it in several places. Have put it in “After Header” now but it still isn’t full width.

    #106989
    Jean

    Hey Mary, make sure that the Rev. Slider is set correctly:

    Auto Responsive -> Force Full Width: ON; (You find this on your slider settings)

    #106990
    Mary Pearson

    Hi Jean! Thanks for the input. Yes I have tried all the options in the slider settings. It is currently set to Auto Responsive, Force Full Width – on, but it still isn’t working.

    #107011
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    The slider is actually full width, the problem is that your images aren’t large enough to fill the full width. You could force them, but your images will lose a lot of quality and look pretty bad.

    You’ll need to find some images that are much larger (1500px and up).

    #107014
    Mary Pearson

    Well I should have figured that out on my own. Sorry for bothering you.

    Much appreciated!!!

    #107052
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer
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