Support » Plugin: M-vSlider » turn links off

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  • Handoko

    (@handoko-zhang)

    Yes, this is really a great plugin. And it will better if user can’t disable the link.

    So far, I found a way to disable the link by using CSS:

    .nivo-imageLink {pointer-events: none !important; cursor: default;}

    It work with Firefox and some other browsers, unfortunately it doesn’t work with Opera (I’m using Opera). Hope the developer will add this feature soon.

    Have a nice day.

    Handoko

    (@handoko-zhang)

    Sorry, typing mistake. In my previous post, I mean:
    It will be better if user can disable the link.

    Plugin Author M. Amir Ul Amin

    (@mamirulamin)

    OK, will add it in next release.

    BTS Handoko Zhang, nice trick 🙂

    Hi, thanks for the plugin.
    I’m trying to change the subject to get the E404 text box appears centered and with large print, as I can get it?

    Handoko

    (@handoko-zhang)

    @rexonaoriginal:
    Can you please explain it more clearly? Or can you show me your website link?

    I manage to change the position of the text box of the description and the font size for the plugin and theme E404, able to use a larger size and vertically center the text box. This is the site I’m using the plugin: http://ibdevelopers.net/
    Thanks

    Handoko

    (@handoko-zhang)

    I’ve just visited your site. It’s look okay, now what do you want?

    Handoko

    (@handoko-zhang)

    @rexonaoriginal:

    I’ve tested it on my site that simulate your case also on your site (using Firefox Developer Tool), it should work correctly:

    .theme-e404 .nivo-caption {font-size: small !important; left: 18px; bottom: 50px !important;}

    The code above is using CSS to alter website appearance. Can you use CSS?

    Plugin Author M. Amir Ul Amin

    (@mamirulamin)

    Links issue is resolved in 2.1.2

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