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Vertical Align Hero Image

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dgsarnow

Is there a way to vertically center the Hero image so that is lines up when the text portion is taller?

 

Wordpress 4.1

DMS 2.1.9.2


WordPress 4.1.1

DMS2 2.1.9.3 running Skeleton Basic Child Theme

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Danny

Hi,

 

Can you provide a link to the page in question please, so we can see what you're referring to.


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ivobe

Hi Danny,

 

Here is a fresh example of this problem on another URL: www.ivobe.com. The hero section is called 'SAP Certified Cloud Hosting' and the image is vertically aligned to the top. How do I vertically align the image in the middle?

 

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Danny

Hi,

 

Can you provide me with a screenshot of your Hero settings please, as you have a H1 not being used and a H2 which isn't part of the section as far as I can remember.


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Gavin_

Something like 
 

.hero_image {
  margin-top: 50px;
}

Should work

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dgsarnow
Will adding a margin like that skew things for mobile devices? I know you could fix it work a media query, but wondering if there is another way.

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Danny

ivobe

 

Thats your problem right there, you can not use header tags inside those options as it is already associated to a header one tag. If you want to reduce the text size, you will need use custom CSS.

 

dgsarnow - If you use custom CSS that adds margin, you will likely need to use a media query to reduce the margin on mobile devices.


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