Genesis Responsive Slider: Remove border, disable images, fix blanks.

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  • #55571

    BP
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    I already have a related posts plugin.

    What I like about the GRS is that it shows random posts at any quantity that I select.


    Brad

    #55572

    Herb Trevathan
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    okay try this:

    .slide-image {
    opacity: 0;
    }

    hahaha


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    #55573

    BP
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    The image issue isn’t that crucial. They attract attention. But I’d sure like extra long titles to show.


    Brad

    #55574

    Herb Trevathan
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    I think we’re stuck – you can target the alt tag, but the break-line and word-wrap does not work for attributes…

    Where are the titles coming from – is that the post title?


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    #55575

    Herb Trevathan
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    your best bet would be to go into the plugin and comment out the code for the image unfortunately…do you know how to use the editor in the admin panel to edit the plugin.

    then I would copy the code changes or make good notes.

    the main issue is that this plugin is purpose built to display images as the first priority, and removing that goes against it’s primary objective as an image slider…

    Do you know how to edit the plugin files in wordpress?


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    #55576

    BP
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    This
    .slide-image {
    opacity: 0;
    }

    Hides the titles.

    Yes the titles are coming from the post/article titles.


    Brad

    #55577

    Herb Trevathan
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    you will need to go into the plugin files, or find another solution unfortunately…this is the wrong application for which the slider was built, which has never stopped me before but we are clearly at an impasse.


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    #55578

    BP
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    I’m not a coder.

    I understand what you’re saying.

    I’m okay with the way it is without the border.

    So let’s just give this matter a rest for now.

    Thank you for all your time and help.

    I greatly appreciate it.


    Brad

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