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Article Layout - Full width Image for Header

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Any suggestion for creating a full width header image for blogs using the com_content/article layout?
Currently sp-component has a width set to it so I wondered if it was possible to create a workaround by detecting if a blog was needed and add a div outside of the sp-component container div?

Any ideas welcome.
Thanks

6 Answers

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Thanks for your query. Please share a screenshot that you want to do exactly. I will try to help you.

-Thanks

Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Any suggestion for creating a full width header image for blogs using the com_content/article layout?
Currently sp-component has a width set to it so I wondered if it was possible to create a workaround by detecting if a blog was needed and add a div outside of the sp-component container div?

Any ideas welcome.
Thanks

In the template settings, create a section above the Main Body section. Install this section of the Fluid Width and select some module position in it. Create a module with an image and output it to this section. For example, you can use the sp pb module

Giles T

More than a month ago #Permalink
Any suggestion for creating a full width header image for blogs using the com_content/article layout?
Currently sp-component has a width set to it so I wondered if it was possible to create a workaround by detecting if a blog was needed and add a div outside of the sp-component container div?

Any ideas welcome.
Thanks

In the template settings, create a section above the Main Body section. Install this section of the Fluid Width and select some module position in it. Create a module with an image and output it to this section. For example, you can use the sp pb module


Thanks for your replies, I wanted to avoid having a separate module for each blog to cut down the workflow as much as possible. Over time a client will have other a 100+ content pieces making a 100+ modules to manage.

It's a challenge to answer within any template structure - but it would free up the design and UX quite a bit.

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

If you share a screenshot that you want to do we can try to solve your issue.

-Thanks

Giles T

More than a month ago #Permalink
See attached a wireframe of what we are looking to achieve.
Thanks

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Thanks for your reply. Please send me the Joomla administrator access & FTP access via PM.

-Thanks


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