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[Resolved] How do I disable slider at top of posts pages?

  • I don’t like the look of the slider at the top of the index and other posts pages. It looks functional but is not. How do I delete it?

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  • whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    what is the url to your blog. We took off our mindreader caps, Im afraid, and your profile:
    (Website http://dce.unm.edu) isnt it.

    woopsie, sorry. I should be using mindreader energy for solving my problem!

    http://dce.unm.edu/dceblog/

    The slider errors in Firefox and disables the “newer” and “older” buttons too.

    Actually, the slider works fine in Firefox. Well, in my copy of Firefox anyway. Both the newer and older buttons work as well.

    Are you blocking Javascript in your browser in some fashion?

    You’re not the first person to tell me it looks fine on their Firefox. I’ll have to check on blocking Javascript (? I don’t think it is), because other Firefox users at my organization saw it too.

    For now I went into the K2 options in the theme editor and clicked “Disable rolling archives” so that the problem feature doesn’t even appear at the top of the page.

    Takes care of my immediate problem, so I’ll mark this resolved, thanks. I am still interested in the solution, but it’s not affecting the appearance of my blog at the moment.

    Thanks for the replies.

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