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    マース
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    Hello!

    It is very good design because it is using the other day.
    But I have something I want to ask about three things.
    All problems are article pages.
    Firstly, the catch image of the eyes will shift. Can you solve this problem?
    Secondly, when displaying multiple images (such as tile mosaic), the image is shifted to the left rather than the center display.
    Third, you can not adjust the size of the image. I put a number of media width in “CSS” of “Customizer”.

    All these things may change depending on the browser.

    It would be great if you could tell us a good solution.

    The blog I need help with is mars-trip.blog
    #164791

    David

    Hi there,

    Before I begin, since your site has a Premium plan, you’re entitled to live-chat and email support, accessible here:

    https://wordpress.com/help/contact

    You’re welcome to still post in these forums, but those other support avenues may be faster, and you’ll always get a staff reply.

    Firstly, the catch image of the eyes will shift. Can you solve this problem?

    I’m not sure I understand. Can you include a upload a screenshot or a video of the issue to your media library so we can have a look? If not, could you send a link to where it is happening, and tell me what kind of device and internet browser you are using?

    Secondly, when displaying multiple images (such as tile mosaic), the image is shifted to the left rather than the center display.

    Could you send a link to where this is happening on your site?

    Third, you can not adjust the size of the image. I put a number of media width in “CSS” of “Customizer”.

    So generally if you put a full size image into the site, it will only go as wide as the content area allows. In these cases, we can provide you with CSS to help make the content area wider. Where can I see an image that you would like to make larger?

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