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  • #19620

    Hi, I have two questions:

    1. Right not when a user clicks the left / right arrows in the front page slideshow, the auto rotation stops. I’m wondering if you can tell me what code should be edited or added in order for this to continue the rotation after a few seconds on no activity from the user.

    2. Is there a way to hide the circles used to show the number of slides, and only have the left & right arrows? And is it possible to separate them, so that the left is on the left side on the slide and the right, on the right side!

    Thanks

    Site: http://joanmorrissey.com/newsite/

    #104364

    Hi Cre8ivDesign,

    1. I checked this on the demo site and on my end, and it seems that when you click the left/right arrows it doesn’t continue even if Autorotation active: is set to Yes. I’m not sure how to fix it so I’ll tag the rest of the team to check the issue.

    2. Try to add this code in your Quick CSS (located inside Angular > Theme Options > Styling) or custom.css (located inside wp-content/themes/angular/css):

    .numeric_controls.slide_controls {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #104365

    1) Open up and replace:

    slider.controls.numeric.find('a').bind('click', function()
    {
    methods.pause_slider(); slider.trigger('switch.'+pluginNameSpace, this); return false;
    });

    slider.controls.arrow.find('a').not('.ctrl_pause_play').bind('click',function()
    {
    methods.pause_slider(); slider.trigger('switch.'+pluginNameSpace, this); return false;
    })

    with:

    slider.controls.numeric.find('a').bind('click', function()
    {
    methods.pause_slider(); slider.trigger('switch.'+pluginNameSpace, this);
    setTimeout( "methods.unpause_slider()" ,6000 );
    return false;
    });

    slider.controls.arrow.find('a').not('.ctrl_pause_play').bind('click',function()
    {
    methods.pause_slider(); slider.trigger('switch.'+pluginNameSpace, this);
    setTimeout( "methods.unpause_slider()" ,6000 );
    return false;
    })

    You can replace 6000 with any other value. 6000 stands for 6000ms (6 seconds countdown before the slideshow auto rotation will start again).

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