Responsive slider on every page w/ menu loading under it

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  • #40108

    AliKK
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    Hi there,

    I have a client who is asking for the responsive slider to load on every page with the menu bar loading under it.

     

    Here’s the site.  I’m playing around a bit, so it might be messy when you get there…

     

    thanks!

    http://www.tasterstuart.com
    #40117

    braddalton
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    Which slider?

    Which hook position

    Try this:

    Code not displaying? Grab it on Github.

    When i tested this code, i also unhooked the genesis_header hook using the Genesis Simple Hooks plugin.

    You could also do this using code.
    [php]
    remove_action( ‘genesis_header’, ‘genesis_do_header’ );
    [/php]


    #40120

    AliKK
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    Hi there,

    Thanks.  It’s the Genesis Responsive Slider.  Will this info change any of the coding above?

    #40121

    braddalton
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    No because that’s the slider i tested the code with on your theme.


    #40130

    AliKK
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    Thanks for the help.  Looks good, but I still want the logo to be above the slider…and now it’s missing.  Should I just slip it into a hook using Simple Hooks?

    #40134

    braddalton
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    You can do that or use CSS or uncheck the unhook header.


    #40235

    AliKK
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    Slipping it in using Simple Hooks makes it shrink and resize on the mobile version (as opposed to just showing the left side of the full-sized logo). Unhooking didn’t seem to do anything, and css isn’t helping.  Can you be more specific?  Sorry for being so dense.

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