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Repositioning text on image poster?


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I am using image posters for the website I am designing, but the text and button are too high up for my liking. I want to position the text down the image more. How do I do this?? I've attached a screenshot of what it currently looks like. Please help!

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This is the best I can do without having access to your site.  It adds 35px of padding to the top of every poster image subtitle (the body text) and this will shift both the text and the button d

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1 hour ago, colin.irwin said:

Can you post a link to your site?

It's private...I am building it for someone else and do not have their permission to post the link / make the site live just yet. Hence why I provided the screenshot. 

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22 minutes ago, colin.irwin said:

Unfortunately, a screenshot doesn't allow us to see the underlying code. 

I'm using the Brine template if that helps any? I was hoping there was just a setting or something that I could just adjust the placement. Unfortunately, I could get into legal trouble for providing the link to the live website right now because I am under contract.  

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This is the best I can do without having access to your site. 

It adds 35px of padding to the top of every poster image subtitle (the body text) and this will shift both the text and the button down. You can tweak the 35px value to get the desired spacing. 

However, this rule will apply to every poster image on the site. Without access to the site I can't narrow it down to particular instances of poster blocks. 

.sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-subtitle-wrapper {
    padding-top: 35px;
}

Add the code to your custom css area

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34 minutes ago, colin.irwin said:

This is the best I can do without having access to your site. 

It adds 35px of padding to the top of every poster image subtitle (the body text) and this will shift both the text and the button down. You can tweak the 35px value to get the desired spacing. 

However, this rule will apply to every poster image on the site. Without access to the site I can't narrow it down to particular instances of poster blocks. 


.sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-subtitle-wrapper {
    padding-top: 35px;
}

Add the code to your custom css area

Thank you so much!!!

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On 8/14/2020 at 4:42 AM, StevansAZ said:

Hi @colin.irwin any chance you would know this code for 7.1?

I think poster block on SS 7.0 & 7.1 have same code. If you still doesn't solve, can you share link to page where you use poster? We can check easier.

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1 hour ago, MartinMurray said:

Hi All

I'm seeing the same problem - currently doing a job with Bentley - a small lead gen landing page, to run for 2 months - I'm using Brine 7.1 and adding the code] - looks fine when editing but the live site, its not working
 

https://www.autotrader-promotion.co.uk/bentley


.sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-subtitle-wrapper {
    padding-top: 35px;
}

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I don't see text here?

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10 hours ago, MartinMurray said:

Sorry Tuan, I had to change them for images, had a meeting with Client and I didn't want them to see the rich text/default text over the images.... i've replaced them back to as they where 🙂  

https://www.autotrader-promotion.co.uk/bentley

 

Use this code

div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1610071473149_26831 .design-layout-poster .image-title-wrapper {
    padding-bottom: 150px;
}

 

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