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Melissa Gibson Nov 03, 2013 02:23PM EST

Just like the demo, how do i get a huge picture on the home screen page? I can't for the life of me figure it out! I also can't get it on the other menu options where the picture in stretched across the top part of screen where is say " contact"

Its probably easier to do than I think it is, I am certain!

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RAWfolio Support Nov 04, 2013 11:33AM EST RAWfolio Agent

HI Melissa,

The demo’s homepage is using the ‘Homepage’ page template along with a fullscreen gallery. This is the default that’s set when installing the theme if you clicked the ‘Install Rawfolio Pages’ button at the top of the page after you activate the theme. If you did not click that button, you’ll want to follow the Getting Started section on the documentation site ( so that you get everything set up properly.

The gallery on the homepage just needs to be set to the ‘Fullscreen’ style and images uploaded.

As for the large image on the pages, the image that is displayed is the ‘Featured Image’ for the page which is set in the Featured Image box in the right hand column of the page when you’re editing it. To make it span across the top, in the Page Options section that is below the Text editor on the page you’re editing, for the Featured Image Placement, select the middle graphic (the orange block on top). You’ll also want to adjust the Featured Image sizing to a size that would span the page, something like 1200 × 300, and make sure to select ‘Stretch’ from the Image Stretching option in the same section.

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