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[Plugin: Sponsors Carousel] Sponsor links

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  • IsraEs
    Member

    @israeliecodingcom

    I have the same problem…

    Any help will be appreciated it.

    Michiel Vredeveldt
    Participant

    @michiel-vredeveldt

    You can enter a link in the caption when you are inserting an image. The link will show up in on the left side of the image.

    immanence
    Member

    @immanence

    I don’t want to see the link. I just want the image to be linked. Not possible?

    I’ve inserted the link in the images’ caption and it worked for me.

    Florjohn
    Member

    @florjohn

    Hey how did you remove the arrows? i tried to add this to the style sheet but didn’t work:

    .jcarousel-skin-tango .jcarousel-next-horizontal {

    background-image: none !important;
    }
    thank you!

    Alvaro Gois dos Santos
    Participant

    @alvarogois

    I reduced the width of the prev and next element. Like this:

    .jcarousel-skin-tango .jcarousel-next-horizontal {
        background: none;
        cursor: pointer;
        height: 32px;
        position: absolute;
        right: 15px;
        top: 43px;
        width: 1px;
    }
    .jcarousel-skin-tango .jcarousel-prev-horizontal {
        background: none;
        cursor: pointer;
        height: 32px;
        left: 5px;
        position: absolute;
        top: 43px;
        width: 1px;
    }

    See the width: 1px in both classes?

    Just add it to your theme’s custom css and it should do the trick.

    Florjohn
    Member

    @florjohn

    tries doesn’t work, anyone else have suggestions, used !important too still didn’t work…

    Alvaro Gois dos Santos
    Participant

    @alvarogois

    Can you figure out which classes are loading and from which stylesheet, using Firefox+Firebug?

    Compay
    Member

    @compay

    Alvarogois,thanks a lot. I did put links on images, it’s ok.

    Now, I can’t make changes on .css of plugin (inactive) and I put the code to reduced the width of the prev and next element in my .css theme (Magnificent of Elegant Theme) …and nothing change. I will like (really I need) my carousel that like yours (http://appacdm-lisboa.pt/?p=1272).

    What can I make?

    Sorry for my english, and thank you very much.

    Alvarogois, I’m completely puzzled as to how you managed to edit the css – at ALL – via the theme custom css pane!

    Despite using the correct classes, any changes I make in the custom css pane seem to be completely ignored by this plugin and it sounds like the same thing is happening to both Florjohn and Compay.

    I’m just wondering what you did differently that makes it work for you…

    Can you figure out which classes are loading and from which stylesheet, using Firefox+Firebug? You need to figure that out if you want to see where the problem is.

    In the above example there’s actually two different carrousels, the first one is using Sponsors Carousel plugin, the other Shortcodes Ultimate, but both work the same way: overriding the plugin’s CSS with the theme’s CSS.

    I don’t know what else to say. It works that way.

    A workaround is creating your custom plugin skin. Through FTP, locate the plugin’s folder and duplicate the skin folder you wish to customize. Make the CSS changes in the original folder and leave the copied one intact, just in case. Be sure to comment your changes and make a backup copy of that folder.

    Beware: with this workaround you’ll loose any changes if the plugin gets updated. This is not good practice, I’m just posting so that you can get it to work.

    I love this app i just nee one thing i want it when i click a a sponsor to navigate to the sponsors site eg. click on Google image then it should go to Google

    need help plz

    I’ve inserted the link in the images’ caption and it worked for me.

    @alvarogois: Oh I totally understand how it’s supposed to work, and I’ve got no problem figuring out the classes via “inspect element” in Chrome, it’s just that it doesn’t seem to be overriding the plugin’s css (as it’s meant to) when I use the custom css pane – even the example you provided earlier for the prev and next elements didn’t change anything.

    I was already considering your 2nd workaround, and ultimately may need to go with that, but I’m just confused as to how you got it to work so easily!

    This is probably a long shot, but do you think it could have anything to do with using a child theme? I don’t know, maybe it’s confusing the plugin’s paths to reference the original theme rather than the child or something? Did you use a child theme for yours?

    Thanks so much for responding though – any clues we can get for this problem will help quite a few of us it seems…

    Thanks alvarogois it works gr8 thx

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