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  • rkluberdanz

    (@rkluberdanz)


    Does anyone have any advice to resize the company logos proportionally? Most of the submitted company logos are getting cut off and we’d like them to be proportional. I’ve tried playing the CSS but can’t get what I want. Any advice?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Contributor Richard Archambault

    (@richardmtl)

    I see that you have this CSS:

    
    .rp4wp-related-job_listing>ul li.job_listing a img.company_logo, .rp4wp-related-job_listing>ul li.no_job_listings_found a img.company_logo, ul.job_listings li.job_listing a img.company_logo, ul.job_listings li.no_job_listings_found a img.company_logo {
    width: 100px;
    height: 99px;
    }
    

    If you made that 90 by 90, most of them would fit better. However, for the ones that don’t fit in a square, they’ll still be cut off. I can’t think of a solution that would work in all cases.

    Hardly any of our employers’ logos are squares, and they all get cut-off; we are manually resizing all logos that aren’t squares (by placing the logo on top of a white square background) and then re-saving and re-uploading the image to the job post before publishing them; it is a huge pain, and if anyone has a better way to deal with logos that aren’t squares, we would also love to know.

    P.S. @richardmtl and @rkluberdanzthis website seems to have set their logos to size properly; if they aren’t doing it manually, maybe their CSS or other coding could provide a solution?

    Plugin Contributor Richard Archambault

    (@richardmtl)

    They have this set in their CSS for the logo:

    width: 42px;
    height: auto;

    @richardmtl – thanks–I noticed that, but overriding the logo CSS in the way you highlighted doesn’t make any difference on mine; they must have changed something else or perhaps their theme interacts differently with that CSS than mine does.

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