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I use the theme SKT Full Width Pro on my website.
Currently my home page displays a slideshow of multiple photos + text.
I will wish to add a page below this slideshow.
Could you tell me how I can do?
I can edit a file, write the php code or use a wordpress function.
Supersized slider doesn’t allow anything to be added under it. It is a full sized slider and hence nothing can be done.
You may add content in all inner pages.
I would like a bit like the Skt-white-pro theme .
There is a slide show at the top of the screen and below the content that would be a specific page.
Is not possible ?
No actually as i explained supersized doesn’t allow anything under it. It takes the whole area.
That’s the problem.
We can somehow have a floating bar but again it has browser problems and renders differently in different browsers.
Best bet use a plugin like hellobar and make it visible only on homepage.
Edit supersized.css css file:
position: fixed to position: absolute (supersized and supersized li)
Edit the file header.php
find the end of the wrapper div and add the following code:
<div class = “clear”> </ div>
<div id = “” style = “margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 80%;” class = “content-area”>
<div id = “content” class = “site-content container”>
<id hand = “main” class = “site-hand” role = “main”>
Page to display the plugin Posts in page :
<? Php echo do_shortcode (“[[ic_add_posts ids = ’34 ‘]]”); ?>
Show us the results when done.
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