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    Hi, a while ago I asked the following question, and the solution worked perfectly. I was wondering if it is possible to create the same effect for captions in the actual posts where the caption disappears slowly when the mouse goes over the image. The reason I am asking is some of my captions are really long and they sometimes cover the image, it would be nice to create the same effect.

    Q: “When you move the mouse over the video (doesn’t matter if it is vimeo or your own embedded video content) in the slider, the text slowly disappears to the left of the slider. But this only happens when you have a video, now my question is, is it possible to create the same effect when we have the images in the slider?
    Please try this.
    Make a backup and open avia.js file located in the /js/ directory of the theme and find line 142 which should look like
    video = $(‘.videoslide, .comboslide’, this),
    and replace it with
    video = $(‘.videoslide, .comboslide, .imageslide’, this),
    Now I didn’t test this, so be ready to revert back to the original file if things don’t go according to plan, so make sure you have a backup of the file ready. Also please empty your browser cache , otherwise you may not see any changes.


    Hey Oscar!

    What is the url and where is the caption/image where you are looking to get the effect on?



    Hi Devin, just as an example, here is a page where caption is really long. (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -image/

    I was wondering if I could create this effect when the mouse moves over the image the caption goes away and visa versa. It works in the slider captions but I am not sure if it is really possible to do it in the caption of these images.


    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by  oz.

    Hey Özgür!

    Can you enable right-click on your website so we can inspect elements and see if it would be easily achievable?



    Hi Yigit, how can I enable right click? I am not sure how to do that?




    In WordPress dashboard, please go to Plugins > Installed Plugins and check if you have a content protection plugins such as WP-CopyProtect and deactivate it



    Hi Yigit I deactivated all the plugins. There is no active plug-in right now.




    You are going to need to hire a freelance developer for that kind of customization as it is beyond the scope of support we can provide. You can also request quote here.

    Best regards,

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