Genesis Responsive slider issue

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  • #1932

    toddjenkins
    Participant

    Hi,

    I followed the tutorial in setting up my slider, but only the title of slider is showing. I uninstalled and reinstalled the slider plugin. Should I uninstall and reinstall wordpress? My site is at: toddjenkinsmedia.com

    Thanks,

    Todd

    #2152

    nickthegeek
    Keymaster
    Post count: 751

    Please make sure that the pages/posts have a featured image that has been uploaded via WordPress

    #2241

    toddjenkins
    Participant

    Hi Nick,
    Thanks for getting back to me. I just did 4 new sample posts uploaded sample pics via wordpress. Still nothing?

    #2408

    yakkas
    Participant
    Post count: 24

    You have to add the images as featured images to the posts/pages used in the slider – then they will show


    #2439

    toddjenkins
    Participant

    Hi Yakkas, I tried 4 new sample posts as featured images, so the image showed up in the bottom right corner under featured image…Still doesn’t work.

    #2443

    anitac
    Participant
    Post count: 7032

    Go to your Slider settings. Look under “Type of Content” and make sure you have “Posts” selected. The images need to be the correct size of the slider – they will not upsize theme. If the images are too small, they won’t show up. What are the dimensions you are using? It also looks like you have more than one type of widget in the Slider area.


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