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  • #193133

    I have a slideshow running on my homepage of my site. I’ve placed button in each slide to navigate to specific pages within the site. For some reason the link url I set for the first image and button, is the same link for the subsequent images. I can specify the link in the homepage settings, but it’s still navigating to the first slide’s url. In other word’s Angular’s slideshow feature is broken. I need to get if fixed ASAP. Anything you can do can help. Thanks, See homepage slider here > http://faithwordcommunity.com/

    #193961

    Hi thepterodactyl!

    You want to link only the button, not the whole image?

    Best regards,
    Josue

    #193983

    Either or. Button or picture would be fine, but I’ve tried to do both and the subsequent links still default to the first link in the series….It’s some sort of bug. I’ve deleted the slideshow, refreshed the images, and started over again and the problem still remains…

    #195287

    Hi!

    Please update Angular to the latest version. You should login on ThemeForest with the account you have purchased Angular theme and go to Downloads section to download the latest version. Let us know if issue remains after the update
    For a quick guide on updating your theme take a look at this video on updating the theme via FTP: https://vimeo.com/channels/aviathemes/67209750

    Best regards,
    Yigit

    #214533

    Hello Yiğit,

    I’m using Angular theme with version 1.4 I’m still having the same problem Brian mentioned. Even I remove and add again images to slideshow, it still keeps the first link of the slide.

    Any suggestions?

    website is;
    http://www.bookserf.com

    Thanks,
    Erbil

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by  erbill. Reason: website added
    #214536

    Hello Erbil,

    Please try to deactivate all third party plugins to see if it gets fixed.

    Regards,
    Josue

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