Genesis Responsive Slider Height Settings

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    Sunil
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    Hi, I’ve been trying to increase the height of the genesis slider settings for my site, but to no avail. The ‘Continue Reading’ blue button is being chopped off at the bottom a little bit.

    My site is http://adultacnetreatmentreviews.com. I’ve been trying to increase the height of the slider under the Slider Settings which is currently set at 300 pixels. Even after increasing it to 310, I don’t see any difference.

    Is it because the beginning image height of the related posts is too short? Does that mean I have to increase the height of the image? If that’s being the case, what’s the point of having the settings for the slider in the first place?

    Need some help or advice here.

    Thank You.

    http://adultacnetreatmentreviews.com
    #85930

    David Decker
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    Try to increase the height of the image, yes.
    Often times I experienced I had to regenerate the thumbnails/ image sizes after such changes. I always this plugin for that: http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/

    Also, if any cache plugin is active, you may clear the cache — also clear browser cache, can help sometimes.


    #85931

    Sridhar Katakam
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    Try adding this in style.css:

    .flexslider {
        height: 220px;
    }

    #86033

    Sunil
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    Post count: 87

    Hi David,

    Thanks for your advice. Yes, I do have the regenerate thumbnail plugin and the cache plugin.
    The problem with the regenerate plugin is that it will generate multiple sizes for one image thus
    taking up a lot of harddisk space on the server.

    Let’s just say that you no longer need that one particular image, you need to login to your cpanel, look for that image and delete multiple versions of it.

    Sridhar, I have to take a look at my css style sheet to see if that code exists. I edited this coding part multiple times and really got sick of it. I do not wish to mess around with the codes there anymore. Making just one change will mess up the entire site there! The Agency demo theme looks perfect with that sliding effect and I’ve tried really hard to look as good as it is.

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