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Resolved Much Needed Tweak For Feature Slider


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Hi everyone,

I'm building a site (www.asecolab.org) for a very high profile client in the info security industry...nope this is not a question about SSL or backdoors into Pagelines...but about the Feature Slider. We've been through a zillion iterations on this section of the homepage already (including IMO a v nice implementation of Bearded Avenger's Decker widget).

The client likes the feature slider widget on http://cps-vo.org/group/SoS'>http://cps-vo.org/group/SoS and would really like to have the same behaviour on ours.

i.e. onmouseover on the Feature thumbnails pauses the animation and brings up the relevant slide. Move the mouse away and animation rolls again.

  • I'm not a PHP (or CSS, or JS) coder...is there a tried and tested way to do adapt the existing code?
  • Alternatively, is there A another widget out there with this behaviour and B how to bring it into Pagelines?

The project is seriously high profile in the world of cryptography etc...I'm stuck and need help, and will certainly credit any serious help with this on the site.

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www.asecolab.org Feature slide) ... wants to have same behaviour as the one on http://cps-vo.org/group/SoS'>http://cps-vo.org/group/SoS

I'm using 2.3.5 Pagelines...

Lemme know if you can help out,

N

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Thanks Rob, I'll try cSlider out! N

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I don't believe we have one of our own sliders that reacts on hover (mouseover) to effectively stop the automated sliding. Brilliant idea though, which I'll bring up with one of our developers shortly.

There is, however, a plugin called cSlider which includes this option.

The cSlider is added via a series of shortcodes. If you're including it in a page, you may do so directly via the Editing panel in HTML mode. If it's to be in a sidebar, for example, just use a text widget in the desired location.

Fortunately, this method requires no PHP coding.

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