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  • #20043

    Hello,

    I would like to divide one slide in two sections, so I can link the two separate sections to separate pages.

    I created the slider in photoshop, but now I have to link each section (left and right) to a different page.

    Is this possible?

    If this wouldn`t be possible, I would like to use the slider image as my front page. So like a “one-page slider” and then somehow divide this image in two sections with different URLs the section gets linked to.

    Thanks,

    Fred

    #106092

    Additionally, I would like to know how I can hide the header menu on my front page http://www.biobased-tc.com

    Thanks so much!

    #106093

    Hi Frederik_BTC,

    No that isn’t possible with the slideshow settings as far as I know. You would need to create an entirely new custom layout to do what you are describing which would require a developer to take care of as its far beyond what we can do via support.

    You can get rid of the navigation menu by adding the following to your custom.css file found in the css folder of the theme files:

    #top.home .nav {
    display: none;
    }

    Regards,

    Devin

    #106094

    Hello Devin,

    Thanks, works like a charm!

    What do you think is the best/cleanest option to place two pictures on my frontpage?

    What I would like to do is hide the slider (I think I found the solution for that in a previous thread http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/hiding-the-main-page-slider), after that put two images next to each other in exact the same place as the slider would be, both linked to different pages.

    Cheers,

    Fred

    #106095

    You can remove the slideshow from the index.php by removing:

    <?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();

    ?>

    Then replace that with the html that would normally get produced by your slideshow and then modify to your needs. But generally, editing the index.php in the theme files is what you will need to do to get a new homepage layout.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #106096

    Thanks a lot Devin, my problems are solved!

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