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So, I've been trying to make this thing 100% tall and wide, and it sort of works. I can get the outter div to expand no problem, but the inner one will always stay at the pixel size chosen in the admin.

I even edited this line in the tmpl file: <div id="fs-sp1-<?php echo $uniqid ?>" style="overflow:hidden;position:relative;height:<?php echo $height ?>px;width:<?php echo $width ?>px">

I tried changing the PX to %, removing the size altogether then putting 100% width and height in the css, and even used a style tag to make it full size. Didn't work no matter what.

Any ideas?

http://pushthepixel.ca/2012/

3 Answers

Jeff Monk

More than a month ago #Permalink
I figured it out. There were PX tags in the JS files. Doh.

WOrks mint now :D

Jeff Monk

More than a month ago #Permalink
New problem.

I'd like to get the content from <div class="fs-sp1-desc"> to sit on top of the graphic, but so far have been unable to do so. I've played with the z-index and positioned it absolutely, but it won't sit on top.

Any ideas?

Lorraine Smith

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi pushthepixel,

I am also trying to make the freelider SP1 100%, I just want the width 100%.

I can't seem to get it to work, can you tell me everything the files and the lines of code that you changed to get your module to 100%.

Much appreciated.

Thanks
Lorraine


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