Support » Plugin: Draw Attention » Compatibility with sliders?

  • Resolved gskyknight


    Hello, this plugin might be very useful for a wordpress website I would like to create, so I might be interested in buying it. I would like to have interactive images on a slider (Revolution Slider, Master Slider, Layer Slider etc.).

    Is it possible the shortcodes that this plugin creates, to work successfully as a slider element?

    Thank you in advance,

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by gskyknight.
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  • Plugin Contributor Natalie MacLees


    Hello George!

    No, the interactive images cannot be embedded inside sliders. That’s a limitation of JavaScript and the way the browser is able to interact with images on the page that are hidden because they’re in a slide that’s not currently visible.

    Let us know if you have any other questions.

    Thread Starter gskyknight


    Hello Natalie!

    Thank you for the response. So it is not possible in any way to have multiple interactive images organized in a slider, right?

    Some more questions: does the pro version, on the interactive image, offer the ability to show a tooltip on hover of a highlighted area and on click to load a different page?

    Also, is it possible to have two (or more) hotspot areas triggered at the same time?

    Thank you once again,

    Plugin Contributor Natalie MacLees


    Hello George,

    No, there isn’t a way to include the images in sliders – users won’t be able to interact with the hotspots on the image.

    The pro version offers the option to show the more info area in a tooltip on either click or hover, but we don’t offer the combined tooltip and external link functionality that you’re asking about. We have had people include the link to the other page in the tooltip.

    And there is no way to associate two separate hotspots so that they’d be triggered at the same time. Each hotspot is independent of the others.


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