Support » Plugin: Meow Lightbox » Disable front page display & distorted images

  • Resolved andreassebald

    (@andreassebald)


    Hi Meow Team,

    after installing Meow Lightbox, I am facing two issues.

    1. Images on the front page (blog post overview) are being displayed in a lightbox, which I would like to prevent from happening. Probably, this is a selector issue. Unfortunately, I have no clue about html and css 🙁 The selectors that I am currently using are: “.content, .wp-block-gallery”, without any anti-selectors.

    2. On my mobile device (11″ iPad) the landscape oriented pictures are looking distorted. It appears, that they are being stretched/compressed in one axis. When activating the full size button, everything looks well. However, then the portrait oriented pictures are even more distorted. Can I prevent this from happening?

    Thank you very much for your support!

    Cheers,
    Andreas

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

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  • Hi Meow Team,

    after checking the HTML-Code of some of my posts, I found the solution to the selector issue. With “.wp-block-image, .wp-block-gallery” it works exactly as I want it.

    However, there is still the second issue. I would like the lightbox to maintain the ratio of the original image. Therefore, it probably needs to be presented a little bit smaller. How can that be achieved?

    Thank you very much for your support!

    Cheers,
    Andreas

    Plugin Contributor Thomas

    (@kywyz)

    Hello Andreas,

    First of all, sorry for this very late reply!

    I had a look at your website, and it seems that your theme CSS is causing this issue with the image ratio.

    Could you please add the following custom CSS to your theme?

    #mwl-target .mwl-fullpage-container .image-container img {
        width: auto !important;
    }

    Best regards,
    Thomas

    Hello Thomas,

    This really works! Thank you so much for your helpful support! Now I really love this Plugin!

    All the best to you!

    Cheers,
    Andreas

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