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    First I would like to congratulate you for a top level theme. The operational back-room control are well conceived and the theme is aesthetically gorgeous.

    I do have a situation that is broken down into two parts. Maybe in the near future this feature could be added to the Avisio Theme to perfect it even more.

    Here is the situation ; even though the slide presenter a nice solution to “Show Case ” concepts , it still may lack many possibilities for many needs.

    In my case I would like to integrate a banner presentation in the main page where the side presentation would be . So my question to you are as follows:

    1) How to disactivate ( disengage ) the slide presenter. So as to just leave the shadow box in place . This would be done with the purpose to 2) Implement a HTML code for a banner to present a swf. ( in my case it from “Banner Zest Pro ” ) . Where would I put this code ?

    Is this possible ?

    Thank You

    Sergio

    #38863

    Hey,

    to replace the slider with another one you need to replace following code in header.php:

    <?php
    //this class creates the slideshow
    // SET SLIDER OPTIONS
    $slideshow = new kclass_display_slideshow();
    $slideshow->setQueryType('slideshow');
    $slideshow->setQueryNumber($k_option['slideshow']['feature_count']);
    $slideshow->setSlideshowSize('XL');
    $slideshow->setSlideshowClass('aviaslider');
    $slideshow->setCaption('_img_excerpt');
    $slideshow->setWelcome("You can add Slides manually at your backend <a href='".get_option('siteurl')."/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=slideshow' title=''>here</a> or you can use the <a href='".get_option('siteurl')."/wp-admin/options.php?page=options.php' title=''>dummy content installer</a> to create some slides for you so you see how it is done ;)");
    $slideshow->show();

    ?>

    with your swf implementation code. You must also remove following code from header.php:

    $slideshow->setSlideshowSize('S');
    $slideshow->showThumbnails();

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