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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 10:39 #29796

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hi
i have installed custom parallax module so i have some questions
how can i make image to cover entire module (that there is no color background, just image)
i am still on localhost so i can't send you my URL
thank you very much
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 11:13 #29800

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Hi
in the layer option you can set to resize the image, look at this option.
You can also leave the background color empty
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:11 #29815

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hi
nothing happens when i do those things
do you have any other solution
thank you
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:16 #29816

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please give me your url to check
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:21 #29817

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it is still on localhost
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:22 #29818

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oh yes I forgot it
If you use the demo data, do you have the image that is fullwidth ?
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:24 #29819

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can you explain me this question
i am new at joomla
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how to make image to cover entire module 21 Sep 2015 14:28 #29824

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when you install the module the first time, there are some example prefilled
Just publish your module with it and see how it reacts :)
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the image in demo is not fullwidth
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as you are on localhot I can not debug anything. You can try with the template protostar in position-1 to see how it renders, else you shall put your website on a live server temporary so that I can check
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