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Thought about buying everly for a new project and broke about the releasedate... really "February 28th, 2018"? Not 19? Is this just a mistake or a reboot of an old template? And is there any option to move the slider image in mobile mode? I would like to see a frame more at the bottom of the picture instead of the center, when it's in smaller mobile view.
Tried to manipulate the css of your demo, but it didnt work out until now.

And by the way - will there be a new release within the next 60 days? Because the last time there was an release short after I buyed a template and I liked the new one very much. But I was already near finish with my current template, so... No, I'm happy with it, but it was a little bit frustrating, because if I have waited a little bit longer then... :p
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Hello

Thank you for bringing the date issue to our attention. The correct release date is indeed 2019 :)

Just so I understand you correctly, you wish to move the slideshow text to the base of the image on smaller screens?

We hope to have a template released within the next week. Following is a little preview.. https://screenshots.firefox.com/Xr2HFSMafuhf25aa/localhost

Ciaran
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Hello,
thx for the fast response and the nice preview, it helps me a lot. :)

Relating to the slider question I made you an attachment in this post. In the background is the full computer screen version, on the top right is the "mobile version" (via smaller window). I don't want to move the text, but the image itself in the small version.
The section in the mobile view isn't the full image like in the full version, because of the smaller size, that's okay. The red line shows the (guessed) cutout of the small version. And I would like to have a cutout like the green section. I tried to understand the HTML/CSS-Code to set this in CSS, but not successfully.
Because at the moment I have images with people/objects from bottom to middle height and sky above. The current cutout would cut them off and show primary the sky, so... if there's a simple solution for that... doesn't need to be a menu in your template settings, but a css class to set in css custom would be nice. :)

EDIT: After a second look on my graphic it doesnt look to accurate, but perhaps you get an idea of what i mean.
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Considering the solution would be specific to your images, would you have a URL to an example of your slideshow?

Ciaran
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I didn't purchase Everly (until now, because I saw the flash sale notification :o ) and just played with your demo and its live css in my browser. I can look into making an example, but I dont think its specific to my images. It's just that the slider images have a different ratio between full and mobile version, so the mobile version "cut off" and it seems that the display of the image is top orientated, so the cut off is the bottom part. and i would like to have bottom orientated images, because the top part is less worth then the bottom part of the image. The example in my head was from an old website project of mine, so I have to search for this image. But it looks like it's more complicated like a simple .div img {bottom: 0;} - so perhaps I look for another kind of picture. It's a new project so I'm free. :)
If you have an idea, would be nice to hear - if not, I find another solution. :) thx a lot
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Hello

There is an overlap with the content area. Removing this overlap on smaller screens may help. To amend you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

@media only screen and (max-width: 1080px) {
#container_showcase1_modules + .content_main {
margin-top: 0 !important;
}}


Ciaran
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Hello

There is an overlap with the content area. Removing this overlap on smaller screens may help. To amend you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

@media only screen and (max-width: 1080px) {
#container_showcase1_modules + .content_main {
margin-top: 0 !important;
}}


Ciaran


I installed the demo installer of your template on localhost/xampp (is faster than with own images) and inserted your snippet in the template settings, but it doesn't seem to work. :( I don't see any impact at all. But thx for the try.
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Hello

Once your site is available online, drop the URL here and we will examine this issue further.

Ciaran
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