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Can you have different Feature Slider starting points using the same Feature Set?

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MissT

Can you set where a feature slider starts? i.e. can you make it start on the 3rd feature when someone clicks a certain link and from another feature when you click a different link?' I think I can do this with the Meteor Slides plugin using an additional JQuery plugin but would prefer to use the Feature Slider if it is possible to do this with it. Here's what I'm trying to achieve... From the Projects Print page http://www.simondesign.co.uk/blog/newsite/projects/print/ I want the user to click the first gallery image (Matters and chicks) and that will link to the following feature slider page http://www.simondesign.co.uk/blog/newsite/projects/print/print-detail/ but with the feature slider starting from the same but larger Matters & chicks image within the feature set. And if the user clicks the 5th gallery image (Nintendo3DS) that will also link to the same feature slider page http://www.simondesign.co.uk/blog/newsite/projects/print/print-detail/ but with the feature slider starting from the Nintendo3DS feature within the same feature set. Does anyone know the code to tell where a feature slider is to start from and where I would need to put it? Thanks in advance, Tracy.

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You need a plugin called Post Types Order (see the Welcome tab in PlatformPro settings). To have different starting points in different sections of your site, you need different sets. They can have the same content, but in each you simply set the post order differently with that plugin.

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Thanks for the reply Rangelone, I ended up using the Meteor Slider plugin in the end as that was easily sizeable to fit in the content area, it also has parameters to say where the slideshow should start from. Good to know that's the only way of doing it with feature slider though as I'm sure I'll need to do that with it at some point in the future with another website. Thanks again, Tracy.

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