Support » Plugin: WPAdverts - Classifieds Plugin » Images sizes

  • Resolved spike210957


    I’m having trouble styling my [wp-adverts] output.

    What I would like is just to have the company logo in the image slider at the top and for it not to be pixelated. This will also appear in the list.

    The main advert graphic should then just be in the body of the text displayed full size (which currently works). But I can’t find a way of removing it from the slider.

    I should also say that this is only for a certain category of Advert. Is there a way of doing this?

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

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    Ok I have managed to get the images as I need them. I just need to fix the company logo getting scaled up when I view the advert, looks all pixellated an wrong.

    Ok I am nearly there I think. The problem I am having now is that when I edit the add and then edit the logo image in gallery area there is no way of saving my changes?

    Plugin Author Greg Winiarski


    1. you can display the logo in the gallery in the natural size by adding the code below in wp-admin / Appearance / Customize / Additional CSS panel

    img.wpadverts-slide-img {
        object-fit: none !important;

    2. i am not sure what do you mean? when you add/edit/remove image from the gallery you do not need to save the Advert the changes are automatically saved.

    Brilliant! That works a treat.

    What I mean is if I am in edit classified mode and I click the edit image icon in the gallery area up comes the attachment details. If I change anything there I don’t have a save option just an X to get out of the screen and of course nothing is saved.

    Plugin Author Greg Winiarski


    In the edit attachment popup you should have an “Update Description” button which will save the image title and description, can you paste a link to a page where you are having this problem so i can take a look at it?

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