[Support request] full page post slider

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  • #24536
    nikos
    Participant

    hi,
    i take advantage of the carousel of the pro version and the generatepress premium and i manage to stretch the posts to fill the screen.
    my example site is the https://html5.seatheme.net/air/home5.html
    i created a test page to show you what i have done till now: http://www.thenikos.cyou/wptest1/
    my questions are:
    1. how can i put the arrows inside the post? and how can i make them bigger?
    2. i manage to stretch/extend the post size by playing with the margins of the container at the generatepress theme. is there another more orthological way to make a full page post? so it will be more auto-responsive?
    3. i use the overlay style 2. how can i stop the hover movement?
    4. how can i change the typography of the post (font, size, color) and the position of the title/metas etc?

    thank you

    #24659
    elvin
    Moderator

    Hi,

    1. how can i put the arrows inside the post? and how can i make them bigger?

    Add this CSS:

    button.slick-next.slick-arrow {
    	right: 20px;
    }
    button.slick-prev.slick-arrow {
    	left: 20px;
    }
    button.slick-next, button.slick-prev {
    	font-size: 70px;
    	z-index: 100;
    }

    Adjust the font-size value to your preference.

    2. i manage to stretch/extend the post size by playing with the margins of the container at the generatepress theme. is there another more orthological way to make a full page post? so it will be more auto-responsive?

    WPSP is responsive to some extend. But you may have to tweak CSS for a few things depending on the number of columns you want to display.

    3. i use the overlay style 2. how can i stop the hover movement?

    Add this CSS:

    .wpsp-overlay.wpsp-ov-style-two .wpsp-content-wrap, .wpsp-overlay.wpsp-ov-style-two .wp-show-posts-inner:hover {
        transform: none !important;
    }

    4. how can i change the typography of the post (font, size, color) and the position of the title/metas etc?

    By default, the plugin uses whatever the theme assigns to it. Else, it will use system stack fonts.

    If you must change the typography of things, you’ll have to use CSS for them too.

    #25321
    nikos
    Participant

    hi and happy new year!!!!
    thanks for the answer, unfortunately i forgot to tick the notify by email option for an answer, and i couldn’t find anymore my topic.
    but i managed finally to find it 🙂
    is there a way to go directly to our account profile, for example https://wpshowposts.com/support/users/thenikos/ is mine.
    about the answers, i will try everything and come back
    thank you very much !!

    #25397
    elvin
    Moderator

    No problem. Let us know how it goes.

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