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Portfolio – testimonials issues

  • Hey guys,

    I have an issue I’ve not be able to get to the bottom of.
    I’ve installed a copy of portfolio and its been running for a while its all up to date etc and I’ve notice if I publish any type of change at the moment the images sizes seem to change in the testimonials section. Has anyone else had this issue? thanks in advance.

  • Hi there,

    Any chance you can link us to the page in question?

    You can use the private information field.

    Let me know 🙂

  • Hey sure thanks for coming back to me

  • if I publish any type of change at the moment the images sizes seem to change in the testimonials section

    What are the 2 image’s size supposed to be?

  • Hey Ying, thanks for coming back to me.

    The sizes are currently the correct size, however when I make any change and publish it (could just be a content update) The images become really small. I have no idea why this would happen given I don’t make any code changes.


  • Can you select the image block, and switch it to the GB image block and set the width to 100% for the image?

    To switch from core image block to GB image block, check this video:

    Let me know if this helps!

  • So I believe done what you suggested but without any luck. And now I’ve published a change you can see the image size issue. I really don’t know why this is happening and what is creating this change as its pretty much template install wit all the same setttings

  • Hi there,

    There is a 40px padding in the container that wraps the testimonial image. You can reset that padding using this CSS:

    .gb-container-7ae1b8b3 > .gb-inside-container,
    .gb-container-ead3041b > .gb-inside-container {
      padding: 0;
  • Yeah thank you so much for this, I’ll give it a go. 😉

  • You’re welcome 😊

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