ThingLink as a header (AgentPress)

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    mikemueller
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    Can I use the code snippet from ThingLink as a header for AgentPress 2

    I set up a test install at http://custompageapps.com/ and using simple hooks got the code started but…

    I need to get the snippet to go full width (960)
    Wondering if then would it also be responsive?

    Here’s the snippet code

    <img src=”http://s2.thingpic.com/images/Ss/N1978kN7C2vrrBhUAYJ991nq.jpeg#tl-338745608368029698;626328886″ width=”960″ class=”alwaysThinglink” /><script async charset=”utf-8″ src=”http://cdn.thinglink.me/jse/embed.js”></script>

     

    Thanks for your help!

    #9640

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    Where did you place the code in your theme?

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    mikemueller
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    #9647

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    Did you modify the code to 960 or did you configure the embed code for 960. It looks like the script is overriding it at 600 x 200 and I don’t see a way to change it. The script is reading from another server.

    #9656

    mikemueller
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    The original code was

    <img src=”http://s2.thingpic.com/images/Ss/N1978kN7C2vrrBhUAYJ991nq.jpeg#tl-338745608368029698;626328886″ width=”815″ class=”alwaysThinglink” /><script async charset=”utf-8″ src=”//cdn.thinglink.me/jse/embed.js”></script>

     

    http://www.thinglink.com/scene/338745608368029698#tlsite

    #11250

    mikemueller
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    No answers?  Anyone?

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    #11254

    kelmom
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    In your CSS… go here:

    .content-sidebar img, .sidebar-content img

    The width appears to be set at a maximum width of 600px.  Change that to your desired maximum width and you should be golden.


    ~Kellie~

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