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    Is there a way to click the left/right arrows (once you’ve enlarge the portfolio item) and have it go to the next/previous ITEM? Right now, I have one image per item, so obviously the arrows don’t go anywhere. How do you link each portfolio item so that it keeps scrolling through from item-to-item? My portfolio is here: http://bradduncanskincare.com/wordpress/?page_id=38

    #79068

    Hi marlomc,

    In Propulsion, the portfolio items can have multiple images within the individual item so they whole group isn’t linked together. I’m really not sure of how you could change that without negatively impacting some of the other functionality (the function is shared in multiple uses).

    I’ll check with some of the other support crew to see if they have any ideas on this however as we don’t all know every answer :)

    Regards,

    Devin

    #79069

    Hi Devin,

    I’m not sure what you mean about having multiple images within an individual item. I’ve tried to add more images by using the “Add image to slideshow” button but nothing shows up when using the left/right arrows. I have “open lightbox when clicked” for the link because I don’t want to go to a post page. Is there a way to still have all the thumbnails shown on the main portfolio page (as I have there now), but navigate as one continuous portfolio item?

    Another alternative would be to disable the left/right arrows in the lightbox enlargement so it doesn’t give the illusion that they can click the arrow to see the next image. Is there a code I can put into the Quick CSS to remove them?

    #79070

    Hello,

    Just drop this on your custom.css to remove them.

    .pp_hoverContainer {
    display: none;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #79071

    Hi Ismael,

    That didn’t work, but I checked out the prettyPhoto.css file and tried hiding these, and it worked…

    .pp_next:hover,.pp_previous:hover{

    display: none;

    }

    Thanks!

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