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I simply want the slider to ONLY cycle images when hover.. Do you already have settings for this?

Hello,
currently this setting is not part of the plugin, but I’ll keep it in mind for a future update ;)

Captions is a layer? or a input field to type?

caption is the text that shows up in front of the images, if you are using the automatic version it would be the name of the image, if you are using the no-automatic version then you can type it manually ;)

Howdy, for some reason, the first image in the slider is only displaying 1/2 of the image. It’s fine after the first loop. You can see it at the following link. Scroll down past the 1st banner:

http://costaverdecenter.com/our-vision-spec/

Also, I can’t seem to show the navigation dots.

Hi,
try adding this peace of CSS:

.as_slider img{
    left: 0 !important;
}
Best, David

That did it, thanks! Do you have any idea why I can’t get navigation arrows or navigation dots to show? I have them turned on in the settings…

EDIT: They are there, but must be transparent or something. I can hover over them, but I can’t see them.

add this CSS:
.as_navBtn{
    background: white !important;
}
it seems that some CSS from your theme is overwriting the default CSS of the plugin

Best, David

Any idea why the previous images in rotation are not being hidden and the new images are just layering on top of them, creating a collage of sorts, of multiple images stacked one on top of the other, like this:

https://goo.gl/hCReJR

How do I fix that, so only the current image in rotation is showing?

Hi,
try the following, open the js/slider.js file and find this:

imgs.eq(before).css('zIndex',99).hide().siblings('img').css('zIndex',50);
then replace it for this:
imgs.eq(before).css('zIndex',99).siblings('img').css('zIndex',50);
then clear your browser cache and try again please ;)

Yep, that fixed it. Thank you!

awesome :D

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