1. pearlyjones
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Afternoon!
Please can you tell me if its possible for me to replace the header slideshow image in Caitlin with a static image as I cant get the image to display at the correct width and depth, no matter what tweaks I make to the custom .css
The site is down for maintenance at present but is there a bit of code I can add is any of the .css files to remove the slideshow and replace with a static image?:)
ciaran Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hello

Have you considered create a custom module (Extensions -> Modules -> New -> Custom), adding a static image to the module and placing it in the showcase module posiition?

Ciaran
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Hi Ciaran, thank you, I did try that but the image got distorted, so I tried another way which seems to have worked.

On another note, I'm trying to find how to create the dark module at Top1 in Caitlin with the light text and icons? Are they three modules in three top positions? I wasn't sure if I could upload the template demo to have a look without messing up my existing site?
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This area of the template demo was created using the J51 Icons module included with your template. One instance of the module can be used to create the 4 icons. To display the module with white text, add text-light to the Module Class Suffix field (Advanced tab).

Ciaran
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Perfect! Thank you very much. Was just looking for a way to do that! :)
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