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How to display a photo as a portrait when zoomed 1 Week, 6 Days ago
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How do I set my photos to be displayed as portrait in the Real Estate component? I mean the display when the photo is enlarged. When displayed as a thumbnail, it's OK to crop it and cut out parts of the photo.
For example: I upload a 600x800px photo, but when I enlarge it in the display itself, the program cuts it.
It should be shown to me in the original dimension, ie. orientation of the photo, such as portrait.
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Re:How to display a photo as a portrait when zoomed 1 Week, 6 Days ago
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Hello

In Real Estate you may set Crop Images or Resize

Real Estate : Settings -> Administrator Settings ->Common Settings->Crop image

If you set "crop images" - when we create thumbnail images - we crop from image central part, so size of all images same.
If you set "resize images" - when we create thumbnail images - we resize the image with save sides ratio, so size of all images will not same. But - images will look same as you upload.

Also please check:
Real Estate : Settings -> Administrator Settings ->Common Settings->House upload photo size
If image which you upload more then this setting - we will resize it to these size. This need for not give to your clients upload very big Real Estate images

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Re:How to display a photo as a portrait when zoomed 1 Week, 5 Days ago
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I understand. Probably in the FREE version I don't have the Resize image option, only Crop images (see Attachment).
Question: Could I change the CSS and insert: style="width: 300px; height: 337px; object-fit: cover;" get thumbnails always the same size, while the photo when enlarged keeps its original orientation (e.g. portrait)?
I'll try somehow Anyway, thanks.
I'm testing the component a bit, so if it turns out OK, I'll switch to the PRO version
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Re:How to display a photo as a portrait when zoomed 1 Week, 5 Days ago
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Hello

If in Real Estate Settings you set "crop images" -> "No" - this mean - you select Images Resize

Please check: we resize image
1 - at time upload - how you set at "House upload photo size"
2 - at time first show in some layout (you may see settings for crop image for every layout type ). So if you need change image size in some layout - you need change image size in setting - and we will recreate new images for layouts

Images which we show in FancyBox - this original images - which you uploaded to website, BUT only if they size less size at "House upload photo size" - If size original image more - we will cut original image to size which you set at "House upload photo size" - and in Fancy box - we will show images how you set at "House upload photo size"

Please check - if image already uploaded to website, and it was big, it already cut to size at "House upload photo size". So if you need more big images - you need change "House upload photo size" - and again upload images


when you set real estate image size with help CSS - you only may change how this image will look on joomla website. The image source - depend from Real Estate settings and original image size which you uploaded

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