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Paul1570047683

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  1. All works great apart from Firefox. Tested on multiple versions and anything on a fairly big monitor the homepage image is not scaling to fill the screen.

    @si lunt – I just noticed this on a new page I created with a slideshow instead of a singe image. It displays the same defect that you have, the window in Firefox is limited to @galleryHeight + 100px (which in Bedford is 600px + 100px for a total of 700px.)

    In developer mode I changed:

    
    
    &.transparent-header {
     #promotedGalleryWrapper {
       .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow {
         height:@galleryHeight + 100px !important;
         .sqs-gallery {
           height:@galleryHeight + 100px !important;
         }
       }
     }
    }
    
    

    To:

    
    
    &.transparent-header {
     #promotedGalleryWrapper {
       .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow {
         height:100% !important;
         .sqs-gallery {
           height:100% !important;
         }
       }
     }
    }
    
    

    And it now works fine in Firefox as well – this works only with a transparent header.

  2. Not got a real answer for you Simon but I can confirm the code works for my site in Firefox (tested on multiple machines). The only thing I did different was create a fullscreen.js file using the dev platform instead of using the footer code injection area on the consumer platform. Have a look at www.valorizzazioniculturali.com and see if it works for you.

  3. There is currently no easy solution from what I could see David. I ended up going with a template from Nick Scola (Round2) that I modified to suit my needs. You will need to use the devleoper platform. It's still a work in progress but you can have a look at it here:

    http://www.art-events.it

    I was given all the text in both languages and I had to recreate the pages in the second language as there is no "duplicate page" option (yet?) and the client will need to maintain the blogs in both languages but they want to adapt the blog content depending on the target audience so not all content will have to be duplicated.

    This is Nick's site where you can contact him:

    http://www.nickscola.com

    Hope this helps,

    Paul

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