I’m using the Slideshow Module for the first time and having some difficulty getting the sizing & placement to work as desired. I’m working with a fixed width (1140px) single column layout. I want the Slideshow Module to go edge-to-edge – the whole 1140px. Can’t seem to make it happen with the padding and margin controls in the Slideshow Module itself and/or in the padding and margin controls in the containing row. No matter what I do I’m left with a 40px space on either side.
Yes, I got it, thanks. Unfortunately, it is nearly impossible for us to troubleshoot without being able to inspect a live site, sorry about that! You are welcome to get back to us when you get it live and I would be happy to troubleshoot from there. It appears there may be some padding being applied by the theme that we’ll have to remove with custom CSS, but again, until I can inspect live, our hands are a bit tied.
My objective is to get the Slideshow Module and the basic Image Module to run the full width of the content area (1140px) and to be flush against the upper navigation bar.
The landing page (HOME) has the Slideshow Module in the layout with a placeholder image. Note the scaling of the image. There have been no customizations to the margins, padding, etc of the content area or the Slideshow Module.
The page entitled “Giardino Experience” has the basic Image Module in the layout with a placeholder image. There have been no customizations to the margins, padding, etc of the content area or the basic Image Module.
It’s important that these modules remain reponsive after any custom CSS additions.
In addition to Genesis & Beaver Builder I’m using the Dynamic Website Builder from Cobalt Apps.
Upon checking, it seems that the theme itself is what’s preventing us from going full width. It has several padding on several wrappers. Since you are using the Dynamik theme, you can check out this entry from dynamikbeaver.com for instructions on how to go full width. It’s a site dedicated for Genesis + Beaver Builder and has several how to’s and is managed by our very own Colin.
The article Ben mentioned is for getting rows to be full width. As long as your row settings have the content width set to fixed, your content will remain within the fixed layout. Give it a shot and let us know how it goes!
Glad to know you got it working! You don’t really need to select a template to get a full width row. You can set the row to be Full Width under the Advanced tab. Setting the content inside the row to Full Width can also be found on the same tab. See screenshot for reference. http://imgur.com/I1mtgjp
Anyway, I’ll be marking this as resolved now. Enjoy The Beaver!