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Any possibility to change image size?

  • Hey there,

    I love this slider plugin but I have one question:

    Is it possible to change the image size inside the slider? As you may see on my site http://www.booknerds.de, the slider is placed above the posts and picks the first image inside the posts – which is good. As you see, there’s also a social network plugin at the right.

    What I want to do is putting the social media plugin AND the RPS into the middle column and keep the outer sidebars tidier, but RPS and Social Network plugin at once are just much too large so you can hardly see the first post below. Is there some kind of a code or an option to automatically scale down the thumbnails to a specified size or percentage etc?

    Thanks in advance!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/recent-posts-slider/

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  • Plugin Author Neha

    @nehagoel

    Hi, Its looking perfect, is issue resolved? There is an option to set size of slider in settings.

    Hi 🙂

    It hasn’t been changed yet. No, what I mean is: I’t like to specify a lower height – but then, the images will be too large and are cut off at the bottom. So what I mean is: The image size should be changeable (for example: Size of thúmbnails in slider -> 100% / 75% etc.

    Plugin Author Neha

    @nehagoel

    Ok. There is just one option to set height of slider in settings, it automatically scale down the thumbs. No other option.

    Hm, well, i set the slider’s height down to 150 px but all it does is cut some stuff off on top and bottom.

    Hi!
    Is there any specific size for making images responsive?
    Look, http://www.portena.gob.ar

    I tried 800×600 1024×768 and RPS always “cut” the images at top or bottom… 🙁

    How can I make it responsive?

    Thank you very much for your help!
    Richy

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