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    ashpoleagency
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    Hi there,

    I want to make a simple adjustment to the height of the displayed banner images (feature images) at the top of a post, so that the feature image doesn’t take up the full screen, but instead, takes up around 2/3rds of it, so that some of the content below the feature image can appear above the fold; this should be a simple adjustment of the display height for the banner image.

    In most themes this is an easy adjustment that can be made on posts and pages and sliders etc., but I can’t seem to find where to adjust the display height of the feature image on a post anywhere.

    Can you please direct me to the right spot to adjust the display height of the header/banner image on a post?

    Thanks so much,

    • This topic was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by SeaTheme.
    #20319
    SeaTheme
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    Hi,

    What’s the theme you use?

    Regards!

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    #20321
    SeaTheme
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    It is possible by custom CSS(“Appearance > Customize: Additional CSS”), like:

    .fullscreen-wrap.post-cover,body.admin-bar .fullscreen-wrap.post-cover {    
    height: 300px;
    }

    Regards!

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