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  • #12243

    Hi Guys,

    Is it possible to change any of the sliders (theme Corona) in a full with slider?

    Like these themes…

    http://www.freaklife.com/themeclan/?theme=Portio

    http://progressionstudios.com/themes/?theme=Adora-WordPress

    Thanks!

    #74811

    I’m pretty sure this is not possible but you can try following css code:

    #top .container.slideshow_big .slideshow, .container.slideshow_big {
    width: 100% !important;
    }

    You need to use the standard (big/fullwidth Aviaslider). Add the code to css/custom.css or the quick css field.

    #74812

    I have an answer and a follow up question:

    In the example page, ( http://www.kriesi.at/themes/angular/slideshow-frontpage-example/ ),

    It is possible to make the slideshow full width without the css

    I just tested it in Firebug as follows:

    Inspect the slideshow to get to:

    <div id=”slideshow_big” class=”container_wrap”>

    <div class=”container”>

    And delete the “container” class, it automatically makes it full width.

    The reason is in the example page, the slide seems to be situated conveniently between the header container and main container as follows:

    <!– ####### HEAD CONTAINER ####### –>

    <div>Head content</div>

    <!– ####### END HEAD CONTAINER ####### –>

    <div id=”slideshow_big” class=”container_wrap”>

    <!– ####### MAIN CONTAINER ####### –>

    <div> main content </div>

    <!– ####### END MAIN CONTAINER ####### –>

    However, I do not seem to get this to happen in my page. because, no matter what I do, my slideshow is within the “main container” which requires the “container” class to maintain its width.

    Look forward to hearing back from you.

    -Tsegg

    #74813

    Yes – you need to keep the container class because it defines the main content width with 930px. The only solution in this case would be to call the slider before the container starts (like dynamic templates do if you use a slideshow and page/content element).

    #74814

    This has worked for me…. Thanks!

    #74815

    Hi tsegg,

    Glad that it has worked for you. :)

    Cheers,

    Ismael

    #74816

    I’m trying to accomplish this as well. How would you call the slideshow before the container starts?

    Thanks,

    Newb…

    #74817

    Hi marklovetv,

    I’m guessing he created a dynamic template for the page so that the slideshow was outside the main container.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #74818

    Ok, I’ll give it a try. Thanks!

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