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    #38882
    @ubrandon

    Hello!

    Any way to make the full width slider static on the front page, and remove the controls? I love the full width functionality though and title over the image. Should I use the full width template or is that different? Thanks!

    Answers

    #38915

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    @ubrandon it seems it would be easier to disable the slider, upload a photo with width 100% and style this manually.

    #38926
    @ubrandon

    Not sure how I would make just the image full width like the slider does and also make it fully responsive, so I just copied the slider php file into my child theme and set duration to ‘0' and arrows to ‘0'. If you guys update the slider I will need to redo it, but it works for now until I find another solution. Thanks!

    #38927
    @ubrandon

    I would actually like to know how to make a full width image for special pages. Is there a way to mimic the homepage slider where it is full width but there is still a sidebar below? Thanks!

    #39026

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    @ubrandon you can simply add width:100% to any image and it will be fully responsive. I'm not quite sure what you mean by ‘still a sidebar below'

    #39175
    @ubrandon

    Thanks TJ!

    #39205

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    You're welcome

    #44416
    @ericreynolds

    Brandon is correct. However, the file is titled content-slides.php. Just open up a copy of the file, make the following changes, and then upload the file into your child theme folder.

    If you want a single slide to display without reloading the image and text, set the duration and pause to “0”. If you want to lose the arrows, set arrows to “0” as well. 🙂 Eric

    #44464

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    Thanks for that Eric.

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