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100% width panorama
  • PanoksaPanoksa August 2012
    Hello,
     
    I have embedded a panorama on a home page and it works fine. The problem I have is my website is responsive, but the panorama size is fixed. So when I am resizing the browser window, my panorama stays the same size that I declare in the settings option (in pixels).
    I have tried to override css:
    .pp-embed-content {
        width: 100%;
        height: 100%;
    }
    it does not work, the size stays the same, in pixels. When I try to clear the pixels value, fields automatically are filled with the default panorama size and then on my page I get "Error. The width value is incorrect" What am I doing wrong? How can I make panorama's width responsive?

    Thank you in advance
  • hi, same problem...the pano take the size form default setting:(
  • Sam+RohnSam Rohn August 2012
    can you guys post links to the pages that are not displaying properly ?

    always easier to debug these things if we can see what is going on :)

    sam


    Sam Rohn :: 360° Panoramic Photography :: Location Scout :: New York City
  • hi, i resolved using the image like background-image of the element
  • JoschJosch September 2012
    Hi Sam,

    I've got the same problem - a responsive theme but no way to use it in that way on the iPhone because the preview images are too big.

    You can look at it here: Pano Site my actual test drive for the site relaunch ;-)

    Regards,

    Josch
  • aaronbradburyaaronbradbury September 2012
    Hi Sam,

    Same issue here: http://www.luniere.com/project/vortex/ I'm currently modifying the page a lot, so the pano embed may change from time to time. 

    Dynamic width would be very useful for responsive sites.

    Regards,
    Aaron