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  • #2375

    fooby
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    First of all, well done with this template, it’s amazing! Can’t wait for the wordpress version so I can run a blog on using it. Any dates yet?

    I can’t find the http://placehold.it/1280×850 image that is default as the main image anywhere? I’ve been looking for ages. I’m sure it’s something really obvious but I swear I’ve looked everywhere! I’m using the index2.html template.

    http://joelstephenson.com


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    #2378

    Brankic1979
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    We’re using placehold images only because we can’t give you i ages we’re using on Live preview. You have to use your own images for all placeholders we’re using.

    About WP version – we can’t promise anything. We’re working on it…


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    #2379

    fooby
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    I understand that, but I can’t find where to put my own image. I can find all the others fine, but not this particular one? I’ve tried searching everything from the index file to the javascript files and can’t see it anywhere. I can also find the place on every template apart from the darkened one – which I want to use!


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    #2382

    Brankic1979
    Keymaster

    I see. Slider images are in javascript/supersized.custom.js


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    #2383

    fooby
    Participant

    I’ve tried changing all of those to the image I want to use, but it still shows up as the placeholder. Is the dark background with social buttons not separate to the slider option?


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    #2387

    Brankic1979
    Keymaster

    May I see the URL of the page where is that image?

    You can use Inspect element feature of Chrome / Firefox so you can see if the image is in some CSS.


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    #2391

    fooby
    Participant

    Thanks that worked, it was in style.css under #parallax-services!


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