Ok for anyone else experiencing the same problem:
Better right click on your row when editing in the Gridder and click "use browser height for row height"
Then it is much easier to see if the elements are center aligned or not
I have put 10% in the top padding.
When fullscreen slider is active I think it ignores the frame top setting. if you want your image to be at the top but with a space between the top edge of your browser, then right click on your image element and use a y-offset or space top
Hi @arminunruh and team,
I’ve just updated the full screen slider plug-in and since then, having two images in a row doesn't quite work than it used to be.
Previously, it was possible to align for example a portrait and landscape image in the bottom whilst still being centered on the slide (see 01-Previously.jpg).
Currently, aligning the landscape image in the bottom pushes it to the very edge of the browser window (02-Currently.jpg).
Could it be that this needs some fixing?
Also, now this error message appears in Google’s dev tools:
DevTools failed to load SourceMap: Could not parse content for https://dev.eldineheep.com/wp-content/themes/lay/frontend/assets/vendor/backbone.radio.min.js.map: Unexpected token / in JSON at position 0
Thank you for taking a look into this!
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