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Website URL: www.redsirendesign.com
Framework Version: DMS 1.1.4
WordPress Version:WordPress 3.7.1. 
Plugins in Use:

Server/Host:Bluehost VPS
Details: I have set a slide width to be %100 while logged in DMS. when I log out of Wordpress the changes are not in place to make the slide full width.

 

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This is because you're using the plugin and not the section, therefore you will want to use FullBox which you can download here.

 

https://github.com/pagelines/DMS/issues/537

Please be aware that RevSlider plugin is a third party plugin and therefore, we do not provide support.

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Hi,

 

Can you provide more information please, as when I view your site your slider is full width. So can you provide screenshots as to what is happening when you're logged in and when not.

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Hey Danny,

 

This shot is while being logged in.

 

 

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This one is when I am logged out.

 

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Oh Snap. I never new that. Revslider is the best slider I have ever worked with and should be noted for the future. Makes training people to be really creative quickly without to much hours of tech. 

 

Thanks Danny. I will try full box.

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No problem.

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I added the full box and the rev_slider code and it does not work. This is a downer.

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Wait!  I placed the short code in the title and not the content area and the slider works while logged in. I will test if the css will work while logged out.

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Viola! I have logged out and placed the code in the title box and not the content to make rev_slider work while logged in and logged out.

 

Thanks Danny!

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No problem, yeah for some reason some shortcodes especially slider shortcodes only seem to trigger in the title field, even though the TextBox/MediaBox sections use the do_shortcode() Wordpress function.

I have reported this to our tracker as a potential issue.

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This will get better over time. 

 

What do I do when I can not get to a section control to adjust with and edit the section at the header area. 

 

If I apply css to bring the simple nav down on the site when I log out the nav is not set right.

 

For some reason I can not add images to this post anymore. It says the file is to big. I keep making the file smaller and it is about 75k and the system for this forum says it is to big. I just sent you two files three times as big. 

 

Augh!

 

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