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    Hi there,
    I have another similar issue. I’m trying to extend the script/code that I can use it on other pages too.
    Can you help me understand the logic/proceedure in the script?

    Many thanks,


    Hi darneson!

    #about + #accordion_slider_1 .aviaccordion-slide:not(“:first-child”)’

    This part is the selector of the accordion slides inside the “#accordion_slider_1” section. I added the selector of the #about section because there are color sections with the same ID which is not recommended or improper. You have to apply a unique Section ID to each section. Once this is done, you can use the Section ID plus the accordion slide class selector. For example, if the Section ID is “custom-section”, the selector would be:

    #custom-section .aviaccordion-slide:not(“:first-child”)

    Anyway, I checked the new page but there is no section below the accordion slider.



    Dear Ismael,

    thank you for your reply and the explanation.
    Perfect! I have now understood how it works and have successfully solved the issue – however, I still need to sign the ID’s correctly.
    Thanks again for your great help and the fantastic support and explanation.

    Best regards,


    Hi Darneson,

    Great, glad we could help :-)

    Please let us know if you should need any further help on the topic.

    Best regards,


    Hi Ismael,

    Thanks for your reply.
    Just one more thing, is it also possible to trigger the function on page completely loaded additionally?
    Now it is only on window resize.

    Many thanks,



    We would be glad to help you with this customization, but at the moment there is no easy way to do this by using a small custom code snippet, so I am afraid its out of the scope of our support.

    But please feel free to request such feature at our feature request system:

    This system allows us to keep track of user suggestions and lets you vote on the feature you would like to see the most. I am afraid though there is no guarantee that a feature will get implemented. If that’s something you really need you can always try to hire a developer for the task :)

    Best regards,

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