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Site URL: https://philipus.com

Hello

I'm sure this is a setting somewhere and I feel a bit dumb for not having found it so apologies in advance...

I use the Wells template and plain pages with gallery blocks for my galleries.

In this gallery https://philipus.com/cities-architecturegallery there is an overlay on images even though there is no information in the Title and Description fields of each image. The same is happening in this gallery at the last several images https://philipus.com/til-dawngallery.

I have tried deleting the Title and Description text but the overlay doesn't disappear if I do.

How can I remove these overlays? 

Thanks in advance

Philip


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cities and architecture galleryThank you for your reply. For some reason I didn't get an email notification and in the midst of all this home schooling the last few weeks I forgot to check in. My apologies.

Unfortunately I haven't been able to figure this out. I "inspected element" on the black bar that appears and the code reads:

<p class="" data-rte-preserve-empty="true" style="white-space:pre-wrap;"></p>

 Or at least I think that's the code. As soon as I move the cursor the bar disappears.

EDIT: Today I added five new images to the cities and architecture gallery. They are images 2-6. They don't have the black bar.

It is truly strange, the whole thing. I'm very grateful for any suggestion.

Best regards

Philip

On 3/19/2020 at 12:21 PM, tuanphan said:

It looks like you solved?


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Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it.

That particular photo was shot with a Hasselblad and I chose to keep the frame embedded into the negative when I scanned it. It is not the overlay I mean. 

What I mean is this:

black-overlay.jpg.44649a5e05b508de330bb7f1edbfe134.jpg

That black bar appears on some images but not all.

 

On 4/10/2020 at 11:17 AM, tuanphan said:

orginial images has black border..

 

 

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12 hours ago, philipus said:

Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it.

That particular photo was shot with a Hasselblad and I chose to keep the frame embedded into the negative when I scanned it. It is not the overlay I mean. 

What I mean is this:

 

That black bar appears on some images but not all.

 

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