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apedis

apedis Purchased

Hi, The bqworks.com site is gone. I can’t validate the license.

You will need to wait a little more before trying to validate the license. If you’re trying to validate in order to update automatically to the latest version and you need the update now, please contact me through the profile page or support center and I will send you the update.

Best,
David

apedis

apedis Purchased

Everything is back to normal. Little fear. Thank you

No problem :)

Can I have two main images i n the partial visible slider? For example as in this website: https://www.makers.com/

Hi,

There isn’t a built-in option to have two centred images, but you can achieve that look with CSS:

.sp-mask {
    padding-left: 200px;
}

You need to adjust the padding value, depending on the width of your images.

Best,
David

Thanks. Where do I include the CSS?

Scratch that, I’ve found it.

Do your slider read from post, i want to achieve something like this http://www.un.org/en/index.html i want to be sure before purchasing.

Hi. Yes, the slider can read data from posts and you can create a similar layout.

Best,
David

i was able to achieve a post slider but it not displaying featured image as thumbnails and also post content on this domain https://apin.org.ng/dev/ but what i really want before purchasing your plugin is exert or some similar to this http://www.un.org/en/index.html

i need your support on this urgently. thanks

Hi. You’re welcome!

It depends on the page’s layout and where you put the caption. At the moment, I don’t see a caption in your slider, so I’m not sure what the problem is.

Best, David

Thanks for your active response, please visit the website https://apin.org.ng/dev/ to see the caption related to the issues. Thanks

Are you referring to the ‘Latest news’ section, which is more narrow than it should? That seems to be due to some CSS from ‘Elementor’, which gives the column a 18.896% width, less than it needs. The CSS is in wp-content/uploads/elementor/css/post-142.css. I’m not sure why that CSS gets applied only when you add captions to the slider. Even if I delete the captions in Developer Tools, the column remains narrow. Please check if there is a settings that gives you control over the width of the column; if not, you can use CSS to override the current style.

Best,
David

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