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  • #102276

    Kim Paffen
    Participant

    I am trying to make some fullscreen slides with Rev.Slider.
    See my testpage here: http://www.kimpaffen.com/slide1

    I keep getting some padding at the top by default and an arrow to scroll vertically but I don’t want that. I used a normal image size for this fullscreen slide. And if I check on the mobile version I have it at the top and also at the bottom.

    I already tried different things to get rid of that.
    I’m not familiar with adding custom CSS, but it should work properly without using that.

    Can you check this?

    #102298
    Edcel
    Edcel
    Moderator

    Hi @kimpaffen

    Copy and paste this CSS into Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS to remove the top padding

    .main-wrap.skinset-main.nv-skin.clearfix {
        padding-top: 0;
    }

    Regards,

    #102334

    Kim Paffen
    Participant

    Thank you, that works for the desktop version. On the mobile version the padding at the top is gone but I sill have some white space on the bottom and an arrow button to go to the top.

    #102363
    Edcel
    Edcel
    Moderator

    Hi @kimpaffen

    Please update the CSS to:

    .main-wrap.skinset-main.nv-skin.clearfix {
        padding-top: 0;
        padding-bottom: 0;
    }

    Regards,

    #102371

    Kim Paffen
    Participant

    Hi,

    I updated the CSS… First tried only the custom CSS but on the mobile version I still have white padding at the bottom if you check: http://www.kimpaffen.com/slide1

    After that I also pasted the CSS in the Mobile CSS, but I keep getting this padding at the bottom on the mobile version.
    Desktop works fine.

    Kind regards

    #102393
    Edcel
    Edcel
    Moderator

    Hi @kimpaffen

    Please try this CSS instead. Add it to Mobile CSS

    .columns.twelve.layout_one {
        margin-bottom: 0;
    }

    Regards,

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