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    I got a question regarding a slider. I’m trying to make the revolution slider. I’m needing to know if I can make this slider full width (with your particular theme, and what I would need to change in order to do this.

    Crystal lake where I’m going out the slider now:





    no, Choices does not support a fullwidth slider. Afaik only Incarnation (church theme) and Replete (shop theme) support fullwidth sliders.




    Do you know how I could make the slider full width? Or rather make the theme support this slider?


    Hi Josh,

    Edit: Kriesi’s code below does it with just about no issues (maybe a few css tweaks here and there on the arrows) and possibly some cross browser stuff :)




    What if you made the next update a “stretched” layout version? :)


    I’ll tag this thread for Kriesi – maybe he’s interested in the feature request. Tbh Replete is very similiar and offers a fullwidth slider – thus I’m not sure if we’ll release an update for Choices…



    Dude is right, we will probably not add this because of the similarity to Replete and because I dont want an option overkill :)

    There is however a quite easy way to get a similar result to replete:

    add this to your custom.css stylesheet in folder /css/ or to the quick-css panel located in your wordpress backend at choices->styling:

    #top #slideshow_big .container{width:100%;}

    Once that is done you might want to open your functions.php file and search for the image size array at the top. increasing the size of the featured images (especially the width) might be necessary depending on the screen resolution of your target audience :)

    Its not perfect but its at least something :)


    Great info! Glad there is hope. :) So are you saying that this will allow for me to use the Revolution Slider at full width?





    it will allow you to use the default big screen slider I use on my theme demo at fullwidth. Implementing the revolution slider would need much more customization than I can provide here ;)




    Well how much would it cost?


    Hi Josh,

    As far as I know Kriesi doesn’t take on freelance or customization work anymore but my guess would be 4-6 hours for a basic integration though it is only a guess and it would depend on the developer.



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