Support » Theme: Bootstrap Ultimate » slider image size

  • Resolved Jmcmillan7



    Really like the theme and love how easy it is to use. I am stuck on 1 little thing… (im probably just missing something) How do I get the featured image, from the post, on the slider to take up the entire slider area (as it looks when you see in the example before you download/activate the theme) and not in a smaller square on one side, as it appears in default?

    You can see at

    Many thanks!

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  • Theme Author eminozlem


    well, you should download the version 1.4.8. It used to be like that up until the latest version.

    Or if you want to go the extra mile and keep your changes in future versions you should create a child theme and make two changes:

    1- create new functions.php for the child theme. Re-instantiate the old carousel image:
    add_image_size( 'eo-carousel', 970, 360, true);
    2- copy the /inc/modules/carousel.php from v1.4.8 in your child theme folder

    Thank you so much for getting back to me! This is my first child theme, so please bear with me! I have 1 more question:

    If the image size is not 970 x 360 the image stacks twice in the carousel, is there a way to fix this? or stretch the image ratio so it all appears the same? If you can have a look at my site you will see what im referring to.

    Again THANK YOU!!

    Theme Author eminozlem


    Hi, yeah image displaying twice is not a size problem, it was a bug.
    In inc/modules/carousel.php, You ‘ll see duplicate lines around 76-77

    if ( has_post_thumbnail() ) the_post_thumbnail( 'eo-carousel' );  ?>
    	<?php    if ( has_post_thumbnail() ) the_post_thumbnail( 'eo-carousel' );  ?>


    Just delete one of these lines.

    Great! Thanks so much for your help!

    Theme Author eminozlem


    No problem. Marking as resolved, let me know if you need anything else.
    And if you like the theme please rate & review (:

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