Support » Theme: Restaurateur » Remove the "circle" under image slider

  • Hello.
    How can I remove the “grey circle” under the Image Slider if I want to use only one image?

    Thank you!


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  • Can you give your website URL so I can take a look? 🙂

    Oh yes sure! ! (the homepage…under the image)
    Thank you

    Add this rule declaration to your custom CSS (or child theme if you have one) 🙂

    .cycle-pager span {
    visibility: hidden;

    Thank youuu!!!
    In my style.css?
    Because I’ve tried and don’t work.
    But I have the php pages “Alt_Homepage with Static Slider page Template”. Maybe I have to put in some php code?

    Thank you

    Maybe I’ve solved!!!!
    I removed this code:

    <div id="load-cycle"></div>
                  <div class="cycle-slideshow alt-static" <?php
    				  	if ( get_theme_mod('restaurateur_slider_effect') ) {
    						echo 'data-cycle-fx="' . wp_kses_post( get_theme_mod('restaurateur_slider_effect') ) . '" data-cycle-tile-count="10"';
    					} else {
    						echo 'data-cycle-fx="scrollHorz"';
    				  ?> data-cycle-slides="> div.slides" <?php
                      	if ( get_theme_mod('restaurateur_slider_timeout') ) {
    						$slider_timeout = wp_kses_post( get_theme_mod('restaurateur_slider_timeout') );
    						echo 'data-cycle-timeout="' . $slider_timeout . '000"';
    					} else {
    						echo 'data-cycle-timeout="3000"';
    				  ?> >
                <div class="cycle-pager"></div>

    No don’t put it to your Styles.css IF you don’t have a CHILD THEME because it will be overwritten the next time you update your theme. Instead you can put it to your themes Custom CSS field wich is usually found on your WordPress dashboard Appearance -> Theme Options -> CSS styles

    Here is a tutorial how to make a child theme if you want to make one

    Thank you so much! 🙂

    Yes you could maybe do it by modifying your php code but the way I gave you is the most convienient way to solve this issue since modifying the php code of the slider could lead to malfunction of the slider itself if you don’t really know what you’re doing 🙂 Just hiding the slider button won’t cause any harm to anywhere and its easy to get it back to visible again if you see it necessary as the site evolves 🙂

    Yea, you’re definitely right! I’m not so sure about delete this code 😛
    Thank you!

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