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  • #816

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have just finished my site using your theme today and love it so far…..

    But 1 issue is really bugging me. When viewing the gallery on my ipad, some of my images are being stretched….(not good to make fat brides lol)

    Hoping its an easy fix?

    Thanks

    http://www.richardmillerphotography.co.uk/galleries

    #817

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Hi @rich_miller86,

    We have tried to view your site’s gallery page in iPad to verify the image stretched issue like you have described above. However we haven’t found any such issue while viewing your gallery images. So would you please specifically share us it’s screenshot link so that we could verify it again and come up with the solution?

    Thank you for your time.

    #818

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    I will try and send a screenshot later. It’s mainly noticeable when you turn the iPad or phone on its side (landscape) when viewing a portrait photo

    Thanks

    #822

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Ya sure, we will verify screenshot and try fixing it for you. Thanks.

    #823

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    So here is the current issue…

    screenshot1

    Most of the time it does this, other times everything will fit but be super small….I have no cache plugin installed currently so it can’t be that…

    Thanks

    #824

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Not too sure if I can disable the gallery within the theme and try another fancybox??

    #825

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Actually now looking on this issue. Probably you would not need to switch to another fancybox or disable the gallery because it’s seen that the lightbox image CSS property has overridden the default image width to make it look a bit stretched. Therefore, some custom CSS code will soon be provided to you here to overcome this issue.

    Thank you for patience.

    #826

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Thanks so much. I look forward to the solution.
    🙂

    #829

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    It appears that this issue is not specifically arise from this theme itself. Also tested the gallery with fresh theme http://wensolutions.com/themereview2/test on iPad.

    However, you can try putting the following CSS snippet in Appearance -> Customize -> Theme Options -> Advanced Options. This should take the exact image width without stretching it.

    
    .pbWrapper > img{
    
    width : auto;
    
    }

    Hope this would resolve your current issue.

    #831

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Thanks for looking into that…

    It looks much better now. Still slightly stretched on the portrait images when I turn the ipad sideways but I can deal with that…

    Just out of curiosity is there a way I can disable the lightbox in this theme?

    Thanks for all your help

    #832

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Ah actually its still not working….The only other thing I can thing to do is disable the lightbox and use another…?

    #833

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Currently, there is no option to disable the lightbox ( photobox jquery) and choose or load the alternative one. Although this is not a recommended way but if you wish you can try manually dequeue photobox jquery from code and install lightbox plugin but in turn this could effect current masonry layout design of your gallery page.

    Therefore, if it’s possible please check by disabling your third-party plugin one at a time to verify any CSS overrides on this part. Since it’s been verified earlier that there is no bug in theme itself, it could be the reason of any other external plugin.

    #1001

    rich_miller86
    Participant

    Thanks…Any idea where to start with disabling the inbuilt fancybox or does it involve a hell of a lot of work?

    #1008

    wensolutions
    Keymaster

    Yes as per your requirement to replace the existing lightbox you would need to go customize the code and override parent files from Child Theme approach.

    Along with this you would need to work around with the design adjustments. If you do not feel comfortable playing with codes we recommend you to Hire a Customizer for all these tweaks needed.

    Thanks

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