Slider Image Not Loading – Firefox Browser

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  • #35937

    jmalisos
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    Using the Lifestyle Theme. One of the homepage slider images will not load when accessing the page via Firefox. I’ve accessed the site using internet explorer with success so I know it is a browser issue. Is there any way to fix this?

    Screenshot of the image:

    <img src=”http://polarrvsales.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Image_Not_Loading_on_Firefox.png”>

    http://www.polarrvsales.com
    #36007

    braddalton
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    Change the slider to the Genesis responsive slider, Easing Slider or Soliloquy


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    #37259

    jmalisos
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    I deactivated the Dynamic Content Gallery, downloaded the Genesis Responsive Slider and activated the plugin…

    What do I need to do in order to get the slider (Genesis Responsive Slider) onto the homepage where the old slider used to be?

    #37309

    braddalton
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    Simply drag it into the widget area and configure the settings.


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    #37360

    jmalisos
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    Unfortunately there is no widget area that would place the slider where it needs to be. The version of the lifestyle theme  I have has a Top Left, Top Right and a Featured Bottom. If there were a Featured Top it would work… what do you suggest?

    #37520

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    #45486

    jmalisos
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    Hi Brad: I’m sorry, but I am not clear… is a hook a widget area?

    So I installed the Soliloquy Slider, but I prefer no to have the slider in the header area. I need the slider to be located between the menu area and the featured widgets area (top left, top right) on the homepage. Please advise.

    Do you suggest backing up the site prior to making these changes? If so, what is the best and least expensive way of doing it?

    Website: polarrvsales.com

    #45488

    braddalton
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    Hi.

    Please download a copy of your child themes functions.php file.

    You should also create full backups on a regular basis which include all your files and database.

    A hook is simply a position in your theme where you can hook in content.

    Please change the 88 to the i.d for your slider after installing the plugin and adding your images.

    Note: Always copy the code from the view raw link and paste it at the end of your child themes functions.php file using a text editor like Notepad++.

    You can also change the genesis_after_header hook.

    Code not displaying? Grab it on Github.

    These instructions assume you have installed the Soliloquy slider plugin. If you want to use the Genesis responsive slider plugin that is o.k however you will need to create a widget area for it.

    Code not displaying? grab it on Github.


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    #47576

    jmalisos
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    #48723

    jmalisos
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    After installing the Soliloquy slider and adding images, I added the following code (with the correct slider id) to the end of the theme functions.php file…

    function slider_after_header_home() {
    if (is_home()) {
    echo do_shortcode(‘[soliloquy id="1019"]‘);
    }
    };

    I am still unable to get the homepage slider to work. Does anyone have a suggestion?

    #48779

    braddalton
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    You will need to copy all of the code from the view raw link and paste it. You have missed some of the code.
    [php]
    add_action(‘genesis_after_header’, ‘slider_after_header_home’);
    [/php]


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    #49339

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