Images are so huge on front page mini

I just installed this, and will be upgraded if i can get it to work for me.

I just installed it as a test and added the module on my home page, at the bottom.

The thumb nails are so huge, how can I make them a normal size?

https://www.soulidified.com/main/
       
  • Replied by admin on Monday, June 29 2020, 05:23 AM · Hide· #1
    Hi, the module will adjust to wrapper and it looks like the wrapper you have for that module position is a full width wrapper. The solution is either you change the module position or changing the column number in the minifrontpage setting page
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  • Replied by jaesoulmc on Monday, June 29 2020, 06:22 AM · Hide· #2
    Too strange... I wonder if there is a work around to get the images to just be the size I want, so it wont auto expand to the full width of the page.
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  • Replied by admin on Monday, June 29 2020, 06:59 AM · Hide· #3
    I have added this code below to the css adjustment tab
    .sp-module-title,.mfp_mid_108 {
    max-width: 1140px;
    margin:0 auto
    }

    Please check it http://www.soulidified.com/main/ and let me know what think
    https://www.dropbox.com/s%2F5jq8jaxhwxwne93%2FHome%25202020-06-29%252013-57-01.png?raw=1
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  • Replied by jaesoulmc on Monday, June 29 2020, 02:42 PM · Hide· #4
    Thank you, it looks a lot better. I assume that the CSS adjustments tab is where I can edit the look of the module? Do you have any support docs on this process? If not, I assume it follows standard CSS protocols?
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    Replied by admin on Monday, June 29 2020, 10:52 PM · Hide· #5
    Css adjustment tab is intended to be used when you have a ‘look’ problem with the template, especially when your template css interfere the mini fronpage css, so you can make some little change. But yes, you can also totally change the look of the module with it.
    And yes, it follows standard css protocols
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