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  • My Meteor slider works great as a shortcode on a page.

    But I would like to see it between my header and background. I went to my Weaver Pro and I put it in the Advanced Options, <HEAD> section as

    <div class=”ttw-center”>[meteor_slideshow]</div>
    <!– Add your own CSS snippets between the style tags. –>
    <style type=”text/css”>

    </style>

    I thought that might work but alas, it ignored it.

    Is there a better place?

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  • I don’t know if the area where you are adding the code allows php or not. If it does, this may work:

    <div class="ttw-center"><?php do_shortcode('meteor_slideshow'); ?></div>

    Well I tried that and it ignored it. The site is develop.pariscut.com if anyone wants to take a look. The shortcode that does work is in the content area.

    Did anything show up at all when you added that code?

    Try adding that line of code to the very end of header.php.

    EDIT: Sorry, I omitted the echo and brackets:

    <div class="ttw-center"><?php echo do_shortcode('[meteor_slideshow]'); ?></div>

    OK, I got it without using some fancy div class. In the Weaver I can put in some id’s and classes in the Head section and so I simply lifted the content into (behind) the header. Worked great.

    Thanks vbxyzzy!

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