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Hello there,

New to the forum so i'm unsure how this works, but I've looked, searched and have read as much as I can and I can't find an answer to my problem. It's probably super simple, but here it goes any ways.

Using the Brine Template and uploading an image in the banner section of an index page for it to be the background of that particular section. Image loads great, but the image always is zoomed, a bit pixelated and blurry. What is the correct pixel size for a banner image to be a background? or is there a setting that needs to be tweaked that I am missing or don't know about?

Thank you very much for any help or suggestions.

Liv

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On 8/6/2020 at 7:00 PM, livn_design said:

Hello there,

New to the forum so i'm unsure how this works, but I've looked, searched and have read as much as I can and I can't find an answer to my problem. It's probably super simple, but here it goes any ways.

Using the Brine Template and uploading an image in the banner section of an index page for it to be the background of that particular section. Image loads great, but the image always is zoomed, a bit pixelated and blurry. What is the correct pixel size for a banner image to be a background? or is there a setting that needs to be tweaked that I am missing or don't know about?

Thank you very much for any help or suggestions.

Liv

 

Hello !

I'm not using brine right now but had the same issue at some point. I suggest you upload your banner image before you add other sections or content to a page and observe what happens. then replicate same on the desired page. i hope this works for you! 

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