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Feature slide change on mouse over

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nyaylali

I am a pageline user and I am looking for help on a feature slide on platform pro. I will be pleased if you can help, it can be a great feature to add pageline themes too, Can you make slides on following page change on mouse over.Like when i hover my mouse on numbers it will change to that image. http://163.quickmax.net/ Like this one (jquery) http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/pagerHover.html but could not get it work. I will really appreciate if you can help Thanks

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Rob
Hi. I see the visual appeal of that option, but there are two things to be considered. 1. It would take considerable programming changes to core files that would be overwritten in the next upgrade, making those changes vanish. I'd say that's not worth the effort or cost as you'd need one of our professionals to do it. Unfortunately, we do not support changes to core files in the forums. 2. The effect you're seeking would likely cause problems for your visitors. As one of them moves a cursor over the number or whatever other marker you use, the slider will change. This doesn't seem a good idea either. As there's little likelihood that any visitor will be so impatient to see the next slide that they can't click an option but must have it on mouse-over, the effort it would take would be somewhat wasted. You don't gain minutes or increased speed, but a millisecond of action by a visitor. As they say "What price glory?" On a side note, you have a typo in one of your slides... It's Removal not Removel. Sorry. I'm a stickler for good spelling.

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I kind of like mouse over idea it woks nice in these sites. http://www.landsend.com/ http://www.easymarmaris.com/ http://www.haberturk.com/ But if it requires to much coding may be i need to find different solution.I thought may be just css update can do the trick. Thanks for typo fix

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Glad the typo fix helped. I'm sure that it can be done, but that particular model wasn't the good one. Try this. Go to http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/ and check out some other awesome menus, many of which are the equivalent of sliders and see if you can find one you like. View the source code to find the CSS you need.

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