Genesis Responsive Slider – HTML in Content

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  • #41179

    novelgraphics
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    Hi,

    I have a few slider posts where I was trying to bold, change color, add line breaks or lists and it is not working. It is set to display post content in settings. I tried using <span> as well. Can someone please help?

    Thanks

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    #41183

    anitac
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    The slider excerpt will not render the colors and highlights you put within the body of your post.


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    #41198

    novelgraphics
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    Thanks anitac,

    Is there any way around this?

    #41238

    anitac
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    As far as I know – No. Excerpts are just that. WordPress strips out the coding on excerpts.


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    #41764

    lwoods
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    I am also confused about this.  I have set up some simple text but with an <H1> heading.  When it displays  in the slider all of the tags seem to be removed.  BUT, the demo that is on the  StudioPress site shows an H1 type header.  http://demo.studiopress.com/agency/

    #41768

    anitac
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    The header in the slider is actually H2, not H1. How are you entering H1? Are you entering it into the body of your Page/post? When you use the slider, in the slider settings there is a box you check to Show the Title in the Slider. Also, in their example – the Excerpt is not being used but a content limit so that the button will render.


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    #41830

    lwoods
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    Thanks for the input.  I finally got the right combination going but I can’t get the “Continue” button to position correctly.  Any trick to that?  Site: http://www.leadershipwesttours.com/

     

    #42020

    novelgraphics
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    Thanks lwoods, I’m going to give it a try.

    Thanks for your help anitac.

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    #52517

    braddalton
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    You can add back HTML tags stripped from excerpts using this code

    You can also reposition the button on its own line using CSS code. Wrote a tutorial about it awhile ago.


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    #58516

    wyattwerner
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    Thanks, braddalton. That worked. I added p and br tags to the return list and it worked like a charm.

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    braddalton
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    No worries.


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    #109452

    Teo100
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    The code seem to work for all the other tags except <a> tag.
    I was trying to add a hyperlink there, but couldn’t get it to work.

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