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  • AleckUK
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    Hi there

    I was wondering how can I add an image to my site so it looks like this?
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    Thanks!

    Hi @aleckuk

    You just have to edit the page then go to Row Settings and upload the image under Design Options tab.

    See the screenshot here on where to locate Row Settings: http://i64.tinypic.com/2nr1ndk.jpg

    Regards,


    AleckUK
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    Hi there I got this issue fixed and was just wondering if you could help me with another issue I’ve noticed

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    Is there anyway I can make the image disappear when the screen sizes to tablet and mobile view, or is there possibly a better solution?

    I know normally I would add a CSS class and tell it to display none when the window resizes but as the image is part of the background I’m not sure how to do this

    Any help much appreciated

    Hi @aleckuk

    I am not quite sure what you mean with “the image is part of the background” but to hide the image on mobile devices, you must indeed a CSS class to the row then use that class and set background-image: none;

    Regards,


    AleckUK
    Participant

    Hi there

    I’ve tried adding background-image: none; but it doesn’t seem to be working

    The CSS class itself is working, as when I change the background-color it picks this up

    Thanks

    Hi @aleckuk

    Can you please send your login credentials so we can test this personally?

    Regards,


    AleckUK
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    Hi @aleckuk

    Please try this CSS instead:

    .home .hide-img {
        background-image: none !important;
    }

    Thanks!


    AleckUK
    Participant

    Didn’t work

    Hi @aleckuk

    It is actually working. Currently, there is no background image on the homepage since this CSS was designed for the homepage.

    It you want to apply it to the other pages, replace .home with .page

    Can you please recheck?

    Thanks!

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