Support » Plugin: WP Responsive Recent Post Slider » Transition Speed vs Speed (slowing down the slides)

  • Hi, loving this sliders default display, just looks good pretty much straight out of the box!

    However the slides move very fast.

    I notice you have the shortcode parameter speed=”3000″
    This works nicely to slow down the slides.

    However its neccessary to slow down the duration the slide are still, not to slow down the slide transition

    Slowing the speed to 3000 makes the slide transition appear very extended, but doesn’t give the reader enough time read the content of the slide.

    Does this make sense? Is there anyway I can customise this to work better?

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    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by  Back to Front.
    Plugin Author Anoop Ranawat

    (@anoopranawat)

    Hello,

    Did you mean you need the slow speed transition so you can increase the value 3000 to 5000

    Thanks

    Back to Front

    (@traverser11)

    Hello,

    sorry I haven’t explained myself well –
    what we need to do is:

    Increase the total duration of each slide [speed=5000]
    decrease the transition time between slides.

    Currently increasing the [speed=] parameter increases the duration of each slide, and also increases the duration the transition between slides,
    until each slide is crawling across the screen.

    Does that make more sense?
    I think it will very much improve the appearance and readability of the slider.

    Plugin Author Anoop Ranawat

    (@anoopranawat)

    Hello,

    We have given 2 parameters ie

    Autoplay Interval: (Work when autoplay will be true)
    [recent_post_slider autoplay_interval="1000"]

    Slide Speed: (Work when user will press next, prev button)
    [recent_post_slider speed="3000"]

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