What's the best practice for full width images on pages / posts?

Wondering what the best practice is for creating full width featured images on pages / posts?

I’m helping a friend out with their website and they have an established site, which I’ve taken a copy of and currently updating the layout with Pro.

All their pages on the original site have been created with ‘default’ templates in wordpress and I wanted to create a common layout for all inner pages that would display a full width featured image.

I can change the template type, but not sure for the layout within Pro how I should approach this from a best practice point of view?

Have an opportunity to set this up right with the Pro framework and any help appreciated :slight_smile: Thanks.

Example layout I’ve done with the default page template that the page was originally created with: https://speytech.com/contact-us/

Hello @william1872,

Thanks for writing in!

Please edit your page and make sure that you disable the “Global Container” in your row settings. Also, make sure that your image size is at least 1200 pixels wide or more. You may also use the Featured Image Dynamic element in your column.

If nothing is helping, provide us access to your site so that we can check your settings. Please create a secure note with the following info:
– Link to your site
– WP login URL
– WP username
– WP password
– WP Administrator Role
- Confirmation that we can access and make changes to your site

To know how to create a secure note, please check this out: How The Forum Works

Best Regards.

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Thanks @ruenel I tried that but hasn’t worked. I’ve added a secure note to the post.

Hi @william1872,

Thanks for providing the credentials. I went ahead and set the width and max-width of Featured Image to 100% and remove the top and bottom padding from the section which makes the image full width.



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Thank you so much @tr

Hi @william1872,

A pleasure to help you.

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