I have a PSD file with 15 artboards for banners (each 385x150px). Each banner should have a different background image.
Client will be using this file, so I created a smart object layer and he can double-click on it in order to replace the photo. When I was ready with the first banner/artboard, I just duplicated it into the 2nd artboard.
Now, when I click on the smart object layer on one of the artboards and change the photo, the change takes place on both of the banners:
I get it. Since I copied this layer, it takes the information to another artboard as well. So I deleted the smart object layer on the second artboard, created a new layer and turned this into a smart object layer. But when I double-click on the layer and it opens in a new tab, the width of the area is not banner's. It's much wider (1155 px) than the banner:
Why is it behaving so? And how can I solve this issue? It is important that the client can change the photo easily (he doesn't know much about Photoshop) on different banners.
Thanks for your help.