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  • cloudt3 Friend

    Hi guys! How can I insert a full-width image (without borders) in an article?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Saguaros Moderator


    But how the content of article will display? it will show fully also?

    cloudt3 Friend

    No, only the image 🙂

    cloudt3 Friend

    Can you help me please?

    Saguaros Moderator


    Let me explain a bit here, in article page as our demo site:

    The image belongs to the main content of page which is displayed inside a container class: of the main body tag. So if you want to show image fully and independently, you will need to separate the fulltext image into a single block – not included in the main content like it now.

    This relates more to Joomla because Joomla displays image in article the same way as our template. Pls raise the same request to Joomla forum for better help as this requires customization and take time.


    cloudt3 Friend

    Thanks for the answer. But can I load a custom module (with the image in it) in an article with load position and set a CSS for the module?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  cloudt3.
    Saguaros Moderator


    But with that want, you will manually add image for the custom module.

    You can try with our JA Masthead module, which will retrieve image of article and display in masthead position (above the content of article) like this:

    cloudt3 Friend

    Thanks for the answer!
    But how can I set image in a custom module in masthead position centered and responsive as your example link?
    I try to create a custom module in a masthead position (and set in the editor style "masthead") but image isn’t centered and responsive.

    Saguaros Moderator

    Could you share the URL of that page?

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