Nivo slider options not working wordpress
Once I switched it off Nivo to Flex it worked. I switched it back to Nivo and it continued to work:. So with all of this… should I just save my CSS settings offsite and re-install the theme? The other 13 never appear. Everything was gone of the old webfolio with non-default settings. I then downloaded a new version of webfolio, and then FTPed it onto my server, to make sure no previous worked on files and settings were there when I started.
How is this even possible? So how is it when I install a brand new downloaded version of the theme it reloaded all my previous settings? Is that data somewhere else in the back end? However, I have had conflicting plugins before screw up a site in the past, so I am a bit wary of going this route. Which is really off because I have Boldy installed on 3 of our sites, and the sliders work perfectly. But I feel ya on broken sliders. Nivo is built into the theme. Hello, I using the boldy theme.
Everything looks good so far but when I attempt to view my slider. Do you got some solution for this problem? Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 of 35 total.
October 21, at 4: October 22, at 7: In Admin, on slide page you should see the image like this after upload: October 22, at 2: Thank you for replying!
Yes, that is what I expected to happen, but it does not happen. The picture never shows up. October 23, at 8: October 23, at 5: The options allow you to set the size, choose a transition effect, and whether to enable the navigation elements or not. Depending on the slider type you choose, you can also select from a number of themes to alter the appearance of the slideshow. As Meta Slider includes a few different types of slider formats, you can choose from the Flex Slider, R. Slides, Nivo Slider, or Coin Slider.
At any point you can preview your slider to see how it will look. Once you are happy with the slider you can save it and then copy the shortcode. Publishing the slideshow is just a case of then pasting that shortcode into a post or page on your website. Alternatively you can just use the Add slider button that this plugin adds to the post editor.
Then preview or publish your post as usual to view the new slideshow. If you need to make any changes to the settings or add new slides, you can do so by clicking on the Meta Slider menu item. Meta Slider makes it very easy to add a responsive slideshow to your WordPress posts and pages. With four slider styles to choose from, each with their own transition effects and themes, you get plenty of flexibility when it comes to controlling how your slideshows look and feel.
If you have any questions about this plugin or slideshows in general, please leave a comment below. If you want more great content about WordPress and blogging in general, or you would like to hire him as a freelance writer for your blog, check out his website. Hi Joe, thanks for the post! Do you have any tips on getting Metaslider centered?
Also, do you know how I can add it just to the top of my landing page without having it end up on every page of my blog. For now I just moved the widget right into the header, which is having the slider appear on every page of my site now. Where should I add the code to have it just appear on the main page? If you want to display it in the header of a single page, then you will probably need to edit the theme files for that page template.
Depending on your theme, there might be a landing page template that came with it? If so you can try following these instructions to add the slider code to the right file: As for centering it, you could try following these instructions: Hi, how do I get this plugin to be responsive on my site?