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true1 says

Hi,

I currently have a LayerSlider at the top of my Home Page. I would like to add a series of boxes underneath (with similar animation to the slider, if possible).

Can I add multiple sliders to one page? Or is there another feature that I should be using?

Thanks, Erica

PS: Can I assign a Post to remain at the top of my Home Page?

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Dzinc says

Hi Erica, this is a general open forum, the appropriate support forum for this theme can be found here.

Or, you can interact directly with the author here. The link takes you to the item’s Comments section, where you can also browse previous posts for additional information and/or troubleshooting.

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true1 says

Hi,

To clarify, I am attempting to insert a box on my static Home page, below my existing LayerSlider. I would like that box to contain text (three testimonials, each linking to a different website). What is the best way to do this?

I received an email from a staff member with some ideas and follow up questions (copied/pasted below)

Thanks for your help! Erica

Erica

You can apply other sliders to the page, just use a slider shortcode (layer slider, rev slider, flexslider, or slider) shortcode.

But Im not entirely clear on what you need. You can simply insert a layer slider via page options box, then insert the 3 testimonials below it. If you want them separate then insert one each in a 1/3 column. If you want them together then insert them as a slider. Its just a matter of how you want it setup, but it can be done.

If you have further questions, post this up on our support forum where we are handling support. Create a free account there, then create a new topic with your questions.

CLICK HERE FOR SUPPORT INFORMATION.

Thank you!


Hi Erica, this is a general open forum, the appropriate support forum for this theme can be found here.

Or, you can interact directly with the author here. The link takes you to the item’s Comments section, where you can also browse previous posts for additional information and/or troubleshooting.

Simply leave the author a quick comment and he’ll gladly point you in the right direction. Good luck.
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true1 says

OK! I think I have it figured out. If I want to add another LayerSlider beneath the existing one on my homepage, what is the shortcode that I need to add?

Thanks, Erica

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true1 says

Please ignore my previous post.

I created a LayerSlider with the three testimonials. I linked each separate piece of text to a different website and everything is working well.

Now my problem is that, although I adjusted the dimensions (to 100×100pxl) under the Global Settings tab, it appears full size beneath my existing slider (taking up nearly the entire width of my screen).

Is there a way for me to make it appear smaller? On the top, lefthand corner beneath my other slider?

Alternatively, I could just insert a static text box instead. How would I do this?

Thanks, Erica

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