May 1, 2013 at 8:23 pm #22693
Having some issues with slider elements not centering like the theme preview.
see original here: http://cl.ly/image/3B2d3B0P0E3n
and mine here: http://cl.ly/image/2z4701203d2z
In the theme preview elements auto center if I resize my window. In my instalation the elements stay aligned to the left and don´t move.
Appreciate the help, this is very annoyingMay 1, 2013 at 8:48 pm #116848
IMHO, this is not a really big deal because users rarely use the zoom in and out function of any browsers. Though you can control this on LayerSliderWP > General Settings > Basic > Layers Container. Adjust the width of the slider container. You might need to adjust the position of the elements.
IsmaelMay 1, 2013 at 10:21 pm #116849
Thank you for your support.
Well I think this is kind of a big deal. Its looks really weird if you have a large screen and the all site is centered, except the slider content at the left side. Its just not right.
I´ve tried to move elements to the right. But then again if you browse with a small resolution, objects on the slider become to far on the right side…that didn´t solved my problem.
Now, what I think we should try to figure is how the author made it. If Everything works perfectly in his preview, then we should have that same effect. I bought the theme expecting to get what I see in the preview. Seems fair, right?
RegardsMay 2, 2013 at 12:28 am #116850
It’s a fairly simple fix. Select the slider that’s off and then click on the global settings. Look for “responsive under” & “layers container” and put in the size frame your using. Ex. I used 1210.
That fixed it for me and hopefully gets it working properly for you.
– JohnMay 2, 2013 at 6:58 am #116851
@jwferne: Thanks for the tip.
@Nuv: I already told you the solution. Please go to LayerSliderWP > General Settings > Basic > Layers Container. Adjust the width of the slider container. It will constrain the slider elements to a specified width. You might need to adjust the position of the elements.
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