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    Hi guys-

    I updated Enfold and it’s running great. I need to re-address the issue of the lightbox though. I want to be able to use it other places, but don;t want it to automatically active on portfolio page images. I’m opening them up in AJAX, and the images are a slideshow. I need the nav buttons for the slideshow, but do NOT want users to be able to also click on the photo (getting the same red circle as when you click on grid thumbnails) and open the images in a lightbox. Redundant. How can I disable this? Last time we talked I believe Kriesi said it was a bug.

    Thank you!_


    Hi mgma,

    I don’t have any reference for what you mean. Just looking through all of your previous posts I don’t see any topics relating to it either so I’m just not clear on exactly what you are having issues with or what Kriesi might have said was a bug. As far as I know what you describe isn’t a bug but again, with a bit more context I’m not sure I’m completely clear on it.




    Thanks Devin… Here is the older post…

    And I thought I’d try it again, since I’ve upgraded the template since, but I can’t even locate that copy in slideshow.php.

    Essentially… once one of these is opened up, and the slideshow starts (now it works, that was the bug Kriesi was referring to) I do NOT want the user to be able to click on these images from the slideshow to open them in a lightbox. I want to completely disable that function. They’re already watching the slideshow with full size images…




    Please add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS:

    .avia-slideshow-gallery .avia-slideshow-inner li a {
    pointer-events: none;




    That did it. Thanks so much. Works now (or doesn’t, rather). Can you tell me how to change the slideshow to a slide vertically instead of horizontally? same easing and everything is fine… would just like it different than the direction of the AJAX action…

    Thanks Ismael!


    Hi mgma,

    I’m not sure if that is easily possible or not. I’ve tagged the head of support who should be able to say for sure one way or another.




    Thanks Devin.


    No, the slider does not support a different slide direction at the moment. You can add this idea to the feature request thread but tbh you’re the first person who requests this feature and I doubt many users really need it.


    ok, thanks dude.

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