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  • #19448

    Hi

    I would like the slideshow to not fade when hovered. How can I accomplish this?

    Thanks

    David

    #103741

    Hi,

    Please try adding this

    #top .lightbox_video, #top .lightbox_image, #top .image_overlay_effect, #top .image_overlay_effect_inside {
    position: initial !important;
    }

    to the bottom of your quick css or to the bottom of your custom.css file.

    This is likely to affect the entire site. If you provide a link on your site to the specific page where you want the slider to not ‘fade’ on hover I can customize the code better.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103742

    Thanks Nick!

    That worked for Chrome, but not Firefox. Here is the url:

    http://www.dreamweavingdesigns.com/

    Thanks so much

    David

    #103743

    Hi,

    Try to add this on your custom.css

    .lightbox_video, .lightbox_image, .image_overlay_effect, .image_overlay_effect_inside {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #103744

    Thanks, That did it.

    David

    #103745

    Is it possible to have the magnifying glass without the overlay?

    Thanks Joe

    #103746

    Hi,

    Should be able to show the glass by itself.

    The last css that Ismael gave works on 4 classes. So one of them is the glass. Please change it like this perhaps:

    .lightbox_video, .lightbox_image, .image_overlay_effect {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103747

    Hi Nick,

    Thanks for the response.

    Looks like the glass is part of the overlay. I think I tried all combinations.

    Any other ideas?

    Regards,

    Joe

    #103748

    Hi Joe,

    I have lots of ideas. My next one is experimental.

    Please remove

    .lightbox_video, .lightbox_image, .image_overlay_effect, .image_overlay_effect_inside {
    display: none !important;
    }

    and instead add

    #top .image_overlay_effect.lightbox_image {
    background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0) !important;
    }

    I can only test in Chrome, thus I said its experimental.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103749

    Hi Nick,

    Your experiment also works with Firefox and Safari!!!

    You guys are the best support around.

    Thanks again,

    Joe

    #103750

    Thanks Joe! We do our best. We are here if you need us again.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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