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yauser

yauser Purchased

Hello,

I recently detected that the ‘scroll in’ feature of the plugin works, but moving around in the product image does not move around in the zoomed area. Instead, it just seems to increase just a random part of the detailed view:

https://shop.roadmapstores.com/shop/clothing-shoes-and-jewelry/adidas-neo-kids-cf-ilation-mid-k-basketball-shoes/

Is there a way to fix this? Custom css or the like?

As I see you are using small size images for your products where the container is of large size so images are stretching out to fit in box. That is one reason why it doesn’t work properly for your products. If you try to upload a large size image for any product then it should work smoothly.

Another conflict I see is with ‘common.js’ file from Advanced Woo Search plugin but would be able to test deeply only once I have a product with large size images.

Thanks!

yauser

yauser Purchased

Hi, I have deactivated the ‘Advanced Woo Search’ plugin, but it did not help. Regarding the image size of the product, I do not decide manually which one to use. Images are remotely imported and set and not saved on my server. Sometimes it sets a very large size like here:

https://shop.roadmapstores.com/shop/home-and-kitchen/heating-cooling-and-air-quality/household-fans/pedestal-fans/tools-and-home-improvement/knorr-granulated-bouillon-beef-35-3-oz

I also detected that with a former 3.x version of Woo it worked well. But after next updates sometimes even scrolling freezed and any zooming did not work anymore. And recently it seems only to have problems moving the area around. Within WooCommerce settings, Single Product Image is set to 600×380. This image size always gets imported. Manually change image size is not possible because there are 50K products in the shop with almost 300K image files in the library. Maybe it gets better with upcoming Woo 3.3.

If you see this image is not large in size: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41-5BD2tsjL.jpg but trying to fit in a large container. It looks large to you but in actual its stretched with CSS.
yauser

yauser Purchased

Ok, I got it. But this means even good news to me, or am I wrong? If css is stretching the image (which I actually do not want) the problem should be able to be solved via custom css code. If you agree I’ll ask my theme provider to give me some custom css code for that. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.

I can fix the another conflict but still need large sie images for zoomifier to work well. It’s not only for my plugin but should be a case for all the zoom plugins. Thanks!

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