Common Overlay Slider CSS styles to customize

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

Why doesn’t my page content shrink when I open a 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?

How to add common types of content to a new Overlay Slider

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