Support » Plugin: Slideshow » 3 issues – IE , style and size font

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  • Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra


    Hi Edi,

    In Internet Explorer the slideshow is covered by a part of the social media bar. It’s called something like the ‘WibiBar’.

    To make a scrolling newsbanner it would be a lot easier to use this plugin: WP Newsticker.

    The font can be changed with a custom stylesheet. You can read how to create one in the FAQ section.

    Best regards,

    Thanks’s for you respond.
    I have this toolbar also in firefox. And is in the footer.
    I put your plug-in in header.php in first line. So, what are the connection with the footer ?
    For the next question I waited for an answer like to insert some code somewhere. 🙂
    Then let the second question and move to the third. I read before to post the FAQ section but there is not writed what I vave to modify and also what i have to put in … If you have few minute, I especially appreciate to tell me what have to and with what .. to change in edit mode.
    Anyway … is the best plugin till now …i’l wish all the best.

    Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra


    Yes, this toolbar (with its ‘like’ and ‘+1’ buttons) should be in the footer when it’s displayed correctly. However, the toolbar does not work well in Internet Explorer and hovers over the slideshow. If you deactivate this toolbar, you’ll see the slideshow is working correctly in Internet Explorer as well.

    When customizing a stylesheet as you’ve read in the FAQ section, you’ll find these lines:

    .slideshow_container .slideshow_slide_text h2 { text-align: center; font-size: 1.3em;text-shadow: black 0.1em 0.1em 0.1em; }
    .slideshow_container .slideshow_slide_text p { text-align: center;text-shadow: black 0.1em 0.1em 0.1em; }

    These lines control how the text in text slides is displayed. If you would like to know what font customization options you have, please have a look at this tutorial.

    If you’d want to change the text slides’ title to be 20 pixels in size, and the text slides’ description to be a size of 10 pixels, you should change the aforementioned stylesheet lines to this:

    .slideshow_container .slideshow_slide_text h2 {
        text-align: center;
        font-size: 20px; /* This changes the title's size to 20 pixels */
    .slideshow_container .slideshow_slide_text p {
        text-align: center;
        font-size: 10px; /* This changes the description's size to 10 pixels */

    You have right. Thank’s a lot and keep’it so on.

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