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Tickets Tickets Roneous Background image of a row is not responsive

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  • #12413

    Hi tehere,
    I´ve already asked about this but I din´t solve the problem. In my page “contacto” this is the link : https://benditodigital.es/contacto/ at the bottom before the footer, I have a row whit a text. For the row I seted a image, and that image is not responsive, I mean it doesn´t have srcset attribute, it just have one size.
    Is there any function that can I add or something to do.
    Thank you

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    #12415
    Danny
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    Hi there,

    Thanks for your information!

    This was caused by that section is using the background image, but not single image, so it doesn’t have srcset atrribute.

    Also, if you set the full image in mobile, your image couldn’t cover all the text in that section as in the screenshot below:

    So we have to set it as cover possible and crop at center to cover all the text as in the screenshot below:

    I hope this answers your questions, and if you need anything else, please let us know.

    Best regards,

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    #12418
    Danny
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    Hi there,

    Thanks for your information!

    As you can see in the screenshot in my previous posts, if you use the full-width image (3 light), it couldn’t cover your very long content (and make the gray background under it – as in the first screenshot). So it’s better to crop the image at center as you can see in the second screenshot.

    Or you could try to use the Slider Revolution plugin which included in the theme for free to create your single background element with many option and effect on it. You can go to your Dashboard > Slider Revolution and create a single background element as you wish. After that you can go back to the page editor, and add a Slider Revolution element into the page editor instead of use the current Row with background element.

    Hope this helps,
    Danny

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