Additional photos to stay behind frame - replacing first photo.

Posted over 6 years ago by Amanda

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How can we keep the images from overlapping like this screenshot, and also staying within the upload area and not bleed out? It looks terrible. I thought it was just on my site/setup but I was able to recreate the problem on the demo. See screenshots.


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Bahati posted over 6 years ago Best Answer

Hi , 

You can use and overlay image mask to fix this issue(problem 2) take a look here or you can use a bounding box to have a look here (problem 1)

and the demos on the website work well, i think maybe you didn't complete the setting up the demo data.Check the video in the second link it will help you solve problem 1




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Manmeet posted 4 months ago

Just Saw  http://fancyproductdesigner.com/product/photo-frame/    . Its amazing allowing user to upload images to predefined photo frames , select size and add to cart. 


We are into same trade of selling Photo frames online. Plz check out our website  . Plz advise how can we implement onto our website and how to proceed.

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Amanda posted over 6 years ago

I'll try the overlay mask - but I should note the second image with the three frames was screen clipped from your demo link. That wasn't taken from my site. I wanted to make sure the problem wasn't just on my own site. But I was able to duplicate it on your demo site link. (http://fancyproductdesigner.com/product/photo-frame/)

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Bahati

Bahati posted over 6 years ago Answer

Hi , 

You can use and overlay image mask to fix this issue(problem 2) take a look here or you can use a bounding box to have a look here (problem 1)

and the demos on the website work well, i think maybe you didn't complete the setting up the demo data.Check the video in the second link it will help you solve problem 1




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