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blu330ciracer

My Banner is cut off on the top right of my website

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blu330ciracer

Hello forum members, I have a banner on the right side of my website that is slightly cut off on the right side, but the picture that I imported does not look that way. I am almost sure that I could show the whole image but I am not sure what I need to do exactly. You will see on the right side of my website what I mean when you go to www.flirtingwithcollegegirls.com . Is there any html code that I should be using that will help me adjust the dimensions so that I can show the whole picture, or do I need to change settings to the sidebar options in order to show the rest of the image banner? Thanks for the help

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bevj

It's hard to tell completely, but it looks like your image is bigger than the sidebar. Adjust the template design in pagelines settings > layout and adjust the layout accordingly. You could also reduce the size of the image to fit the sidebar.

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blu330ciracer

how can I reduce the size of the image to fit the sidebar, isn't there some html code that I can use that would specify the dimensions that I want it to fit in - Or do I need to crop the picture and resize the dimensions with photo editing software. If possible I would prefer to learn how to do it with html if thats possible... I think i've seen it before with html links saying something like =width="170" x "length" = 330. Althoguh I know thats not the right html for it, wouldn't that be enough? And what would be the proper html code to do it if possible. Thanks

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kastelic

Here's some CSS code you can paste in Custom Code -> Custom CSS:

#text-3 img{ width: 237px }

Get Google Chrome to right-click and "inspect" elements to find their class or id names.

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