Support » Plugin: WP Parallax Content Slider » Keep CSS file in theme folder and remove call css from plugin!

  • Resolved vanrithysok



    Firstly, I wanna say the plugin is great and working well with the latest WordPress.

    My doubt is could I bring the css file to my theme folder and remove the css calling from the plugin but from my theme?

    I don’t want to edit CSS in the plugin directly because it’ll lost when we update the plugin.

    To sum, I want to call css from my theme.
    And remove the css calling from the plugin because I don’t need it.


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  • One more thing I just see is my slider is not working at all on IE8.

    Plugin Author wp-maverick


    Hi vanrithysok,
    I’ve already looked for something that will allow users to customize their CSS styles without overwriting problems during automatic updates.

    By now, I’ve found nothing, and the only way I see to do things are :
    – you shouldn’t edit anything in the plugin folder. The upgrade process will overwrite any edits that you make.
    – to define and use your own CSS rules, create a new .css file in your theme’s folder and include that in the theme after the call to wp_head().
    – Add to this file all the CSS rules you need. These rules will overide the plugins initial rules.

    So if you do that, next update should be less painful for you. If someone here knows a better way to proceed, it would be nice to share it with us !

    I hope this will help you. Let us know, I know other users have hed the same problem!


    For IE8, see the [FAQ](

    Hello MaverRick,

    Thanks for your responds! I’m clear now!

    But, the slider does not working at all in IE.

    So the slider will works, but without the parallax effect!

    I don’t expect the css animation work in IE, but it show nothing instead of background image. Would you mind looking at it, please!

    Here is my site


    Plugin Author wp-maverick


    for IE, the slider works well for me on your website, with my IE8 (8.0.6001) under winXP (but without parallax and without rouded corners > CSS3 not supported).
    So I don’t know why it’s not working for you 🙁


    It’s my fault because my IE is using “Compartibility View”. So, it’s working very well. Thanks so much for your great plugin Maverick! 5/5 🙂

    Just to add one, the slider will stop auto slide when we click next/previous?


    Plugin Author wp-maverick


    Yes it will,
    The automatic mode stops a soon as you click next/previous, thats the original behaviour of the script.

    Since you’re the 2nd person to ask if this is as a bug, I’ll try to improve that 😉

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