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Help with Medica Template

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I have two Zentools2 modules showing 1 items in a slideshow-backstretch layout using images as a content source. all of the setting are identical other than the image. The images in each module are the exact same size.

I do not want the picture to extend upwards under the whitish part of the banner like this (the home) page, (page 1)

oasiswebdevelopment.com/Medica/index.php

But, rather I would like the entire image to show like on this page (page 2):

oasiswebdevelopment.com/Medica/index.php/meetings-events/cyto-prague-2018

when I tried to set the home page to “default” in the menu item.. it did not work and really screwed things up.

the whitish band on the top of the banner has been extremely problematic for me.. The client just does not like it.

Please advise.

Thank you
Elizabeth
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Hi Elizabeth,

With the page you don't like - you could change the opacity so it is solid white

So the navigation would have a solid background

The imageon both pages are showing but one is more subtle so not as obvious
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Or you could target the home page only with the opacity change

I think with it being a person it is more intrusive

#top-overlay {
background: rgba(255,255,255,0.8);
}

line 6 of your custom css

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Paul,
background: rgba(255,255,255,0.8); <--- you mean the 0.8 to be 1.0?

Elizabeth,
as a matter of course, I always have a separate home page class. Go to the Home menu item, under Page Display enter a class in the Page Class field (i always use homepageonly, and I do this whenever I install a template.)

Then in custom.css I can change anything on just the homepage by putting that in front of any selector, eg. .article-title h1 can be changed on the front page with .homepageonly .article-title h1.

of course, use any class name you like - as long as it isn't used elsewhere.
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Yes and no I was referring to the line she already has

But you are correct I should have made it clear what she should change :)
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With page class the site will have a unique item id class but adding the homepage class would make the code more user friendly

There are several classes so you could even target the template style even

Thanks again :)

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