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I did a search in the forums prior to writing this and saw a lot of questions on how to change the size of the logo. That is a fairly simple fix on the functions page, but I'm specifically looking to change the height of the background image on the front page. I'm not seeing any code that dictates the height of this image. I need to almost double the height, but I'm lost as to where I would change this.
Awesome that did it Tom thanks!
I have a follow up question with this though 🙂 It looks like the image just keeps expanding in the center and the top of the picture isn't flush with the bottom of the site header. I'm assuming this has something to do with the backstretch.js file? Any idea on how I can get the image to show it's actual size opposed to the js file stretching it out ? I like the parallax effect and I like how it crops off the sides as the width gets smaller. I just want it to reflect the actual size of the picture instead of it stretching.
Sure thing! Here is the site on my staging server edge.dandycatdesigns.com
You can see that the backstretch.js is making the image stretch beyond the confines of its area. What I would like is for this picture to fit neatly within it without it expanding. I'm almost wondering if I need to do away with the JS and just hook the picture in then use background: cover?
Thanks for your help!
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