Many types of content are added through WordPress widgets. After publishing ‘widget’ type slider, go to Appearance > Widgets, where you will see a new sidebar created to hold your content. Drag-and-drop any widget onto the new sidebar and select your options. How to add the following types of content: Widgets: Add widgets to your… Continue reading How to add common types of content to a new Overlay Slider
If your page content does not shrink when you activate your sliders, go to Overlay Sliders > Options tab and manually add the outermost CSS class or ID in Page Wrapper ID under Frontend Customization. In order to get this CSS style: Visit any page on your website. Right-click on your page and select View… Continue reading Why doesn’t my page content shrink when I open a slider?
The following CSS styles are commonly customized manually by developers. For convenience, we have included a text box field under Options, where you can add custom styles. Buttons .tbmndefault .overlaymenubutton button – Default button array in page corner. .overlaymenubutton button:hover, .overlaymenubutton input[type=”button”]:hover – Controls button style on hover. .float-button .overlaymenubutton button – Controls buttons applied… Continue reading Common Overlay Slider CSS styles to customize
Custom CSS styles can be added to our custom field on the Options page. The field is located under Additional Options > CSS Styles.
You might choose to use an Overlay Slider to replace your website’s traditional navigation. To do this: Create your slider and either add the Pages or Custom Menus widget to your slider’s sidebar. On the main Options page, uncheck the Main Navigation or Main Search Field checkboxes under Frontend Customization.
Options set on the Options page act globally. They can be overridden on individual sliders. Global Activator Button Settings Customize the buttons that activate the tabbed overlays. Button Spacing: Set amount of space between each button in the default button array location. Does not affect buttons places with shortcode or on the sidebar. Opacity: Change… Continue reading Working with the Overlay Sliders Options page
These are instructions for installing and using the Overlay Sliders plugin. Upload the Overlay Sliders plugin to your website. Activate it. Click the Add New sub-tab under Overlay Sliders. Change the default title to the desired button name. This will appear on the button title. Adjust settings, such as the opacity and color of the… Continue reading Plugin installation and usage instructions
In order to make Overlay Sliders tabs display properly, WordPress widgets that has live URLs on their titles must have those links disabled. The default RSS Feed widget has a live URL on its title and it is deactivated when you launch the plug-in, in order to make it available for your overlay sliders.