Tagged: genesis responsive slider
In utter frustration, I have tweeted Brian Gardner to share with him the thoughts of many: what is the point of having a Responsive Slider if there's no documentation on how to use it? This is just maddening, folks.
Andrea has told me it's trial and error...
What if you are up against deadlines (as a paid Pro Plus Member, I am asking this)?
I need to be able to see the Previous and Next buttons and no one can tell me how to achieve this. If I cannot get this to work soon, I will look elsewhere for a Responsive Slider.
Respectfully, with a frustrated face emoticon,
Why don't you try the Easing Slider plugin?
Brad Dalton has written 1961 Genesis tutorials & 4000+ Code Snippets .
Thank you, Brad; I will try that.
I appreciate your input.
As I said in the help desk ticket - we DO provide documentation on the settings we used on themes where we used that slider.
If you are using that slider plugin in a different theme, then yes you will have to experiment with settings. And by all means, use a different slider if you like.
If you need technical support for your theme please file a ticket.
The forums are community based. Staff only monitors the forum for issues relating to the forum itself and to redirect users to where they need to go.
You may want to check this out. It works but requires a fair amount of photoshop work. Just put your image on the left of a canvas if you want content on right
Couple of things to bear in mind, if you follow this route you have to add a more tag after 103 characters. That's not much good for me, I am trying to display pages and dont want to have a more tag inside a page when someone clicks continue.
Also, the continue button is rather large. Im still looking for a solution for that issue
Your Welcome. You may want to consider using the WP version of Royal Slider instead as long as you dont want to use post/page excerpts/. Tons of documentation, fully customizable and excellent support. Im only using this now unless need to use post/page excerpts
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