Improve Mobile Image Appearance in Thrive Themes

How to ensure images display well in mobile view

Improve Website Image Appearance

Please watch the video below or continue reading. The image above shows how photos can appear in mobile view when using Thrive Architect. It is not always possible to drag the image to the very edge of the display depending on the Theme you are using. In this example, I am using the Performag Theme from Thrive Themes.

I noticed that when I was editing and viewing photos in mobile view, they wouldn't always extend to the edges of the device. It was frustrating me because I wasn't able to "stretch" them in Architect.

Simple Solution

If it frustrated myself, I assumed that it may frustrate or annoy some of my readers so I looked for a quick workaround to get them to fill the page width. In the end, I simply used a Content Box to host the images. All you need to do is:

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    Drag a Content Box to where you want the image to appear
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    Either drag the image into the box or click the link provided to add a new image
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    Go to mobile view edit mode
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    Go to "Layout and Position"
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    Drag the far left and far right arrows until the image has reached the edges and save

If the image still doesn't reach the edge, particularly on the right, do this. Click on the image and scroll to the top of the elements options. Make sure the image slider is all the way over to the left. If it isn't, slide it all the way and the image should now fit the page perfectly. This is shown in the video below.

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Nick

Nick has been internet marketing since 2005 and has sold over £2million worth of his own and other people's products all over the world. He also won the "Entrepreneur of the Year" award for South and West Dorset in 2011 and loves teaching others how to succeed.

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