[resolved] Removing/disabling the slider (7 posts)

  1. so1327
    Posted 2 years ago #

    How do I disable or remove the slider so that I can have a static image instead. Also, in the Home page "motto" how do I leave the quote in capitals but have the owners name in smaller font? My site is adogsmind.com and I am using a child theme. Any help would be appreciated - great theme by the way!

  2. renaut_c
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Same question here.

    I didn't select any picture in the slider. It doesn't show on Chrome but I have a problem with IE (for a change...).

    Is there a way to temporally deactivate the slider without changing the code ?

  3. mlddev
    Posted 2 years ago #

    To give you the best answer I would need to check out your theme options (which I don't have the time for right now).

    You can add a display none as follows to hide the slider entirely.

    .slider-wrapper {
      display: none; /* add to hide slider */
      width: 100%;

    As for the description text you wanted to edit, it depends on how your entering that. Does your theme have a field for you to enter that and does the field allow for HTML code?

  4. mlddev
    Posted 2 years ago #


    I don't see a slider showing up on your site in IE (ver11) or Firefox. Did you already resolve it?

  5. so1327
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi Middev
    Thanks for the prompt reply. The code does the trick with the slider and I am putting the picture in the header instead. I will figure out the other query with the "quote".
    Thanks again!
    This can be closed off now.

  6. renaut_c
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I didn't thought about the css code. I edited the function page and I removed the warning message ("there is no picture bla bla bla")

  7. Fruitful Code
    Theme Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    If you install "dummy data" slider will be added to home page content as shortcode [fruitful_slider]. Edit your home page content and remove it.

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