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  • #15905

    I am currently using the full page gallery option for my website. How can i have the thumbnails come up by default instead of hoping clients can figure out how to hide the menu to browse easier?

    http://www.bagliophoto.com

    Thanks!

    #89441

    Hi,

    Please add this to Quick CSS in Flashlight > Styling

    .avia_fullscreen_slider_thumbs{
    bottom: 0px;
    display:inherit;
    }

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #89442

    Thanks Nick!

    Also, how can i also get the Menu bar to go away on the gallery pages as well?

    #89443

    Hi,

    By ‘go away’ do you mean you want the entire vertical structure to never appear at loading time, and to become un-summonable (for a lack of a better word)?

    Here is some more CSS. You can try it a bit at a time, because it’s not easy to completely get rid of it, since it fights very hard to blink in and out of certain frames.

    .sidebar .box{display: none;}

    and

    .sidebar.sidebar1.box{display;none;)

    Yes, this second one rips everything out I think.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #89444

    That gets rid of it, yes. But is there a way to have it be default how Kresi has it in the demo of the flashlight template? If you go to see the demo of a full screen gallery, you’ll see what I mean

    #89445

    Hi,

    When you edit a page, for example your Homepage, below the editor is the Gallery Options. Look for Instant Background Gallery, choose Display gallery on page load, user needs to click on the ‘home’ button to show sidebar and content.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #89446

    I dont see that option. What is the current version of the template?

    #89447

    Hi,

    The latest version of flashlight is 1.7. Please download the latest version.

    Cheers,

    Ismael

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