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Hi There,

We are currently using the Woo Flexslider in our Wordpress Theme.

For the Homepage, we have 2 slides. We would like the first slide to show and then the second as normal, but then the Slider will stay on the second slider.

Is this something someone could do?

Please let us know and we will get in touch.

The project url is in the screenshot attached.

Many Thanks

Answers (3)

2013-03-05

Arnav Joy answers:

find this

jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({
animation: slidereffect,
animationDuration: slider_interval,
directionNav: direction_nav,
controlNav: control_nav,
smoothHeight: true,
pauseOnHover: true
});

and replace it with

jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({
animation: slidereffect,
animationDuration: slider_interval,
directionNav: direction_nav,
controlNav: control_nav,
smoothHeight: true,
pauseOnHover: true,
,
end: function(){
pause();
}
});

2013-03-05

Marko Nikolic answers:

Hello,

it should be easy task. Do you need solution here or directly to the page?


Thanks


UPDATE:


Find this code in your footer:

jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({
animation: slidereffect,
animationDuration: slider_interval,
directionNav: direction_nav,
controlNav: control_nav,
smoothHeight: true,
pauseOnHover: true
});
});



Replace it with:


jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({
animation: slidereffect,
animationDuration: slider_interval,
directionNav: direction_nav,
controlNav: control_nav,
smoothHeight: true,
pauseOnHover: true,
animationLoop: false
});
});


That should be working.


popcorndesign comments:

Can't see this in footer.php

?


Marko Nikolic comments:

Can you search for some phraze from the code I sent you? Example:

Search for jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({ in your editor (Notepad++ offers "Search in files" options).


Or give me access to the site (send me theme files) or what you think is easier for you, and I will replace it.


Marko Nikolic comments:

Got it. Check this file, and edit it:

.../wp-content/themes/rockefeller/js/custom.js

Do you need help with editing it? I can edit and send it to you so you can upload and test.


Marko Nikolic comments:

Sorry, ignore my last message :)

as I can see, it's definitelly called in your footer but I would have to check theme files in order to see how it's included there.

2013-03-05

webGP answers:

If you use plugin and there is no option in admin panel you have to modify plugin file.