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    Helen
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    Hi, is there any way of adding bullet points to the featured images which create the banner images for the pages in the Charity theme?

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    Hi Helen,

    Do you want bullet points in the slider description?

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Helen
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    Yes, I do – but I know how to do that. It’s the page banner images I don’t know how to deal with, because these are featured images,

    Thanks, Helen

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    Sorry couldn’t catch what you are trying to explain the inner page banners are single images from appearance>header. In case you want to have something else you can upload and set featured images for each of the pages which will replace the default banner.

    Is it that you don’t want any inner banner at all?

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Helen
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    No – I do want the inner banner, and understand how it works. What I want is to be able to overlay it with text (bullet points, for example), similarly to the way text is overlaid on the home page slider. I think that this should be possible via css but need your advice.

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    Kindly go to Appearance>>Theme Options>>Basic Settings>>Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .slide_info p { display:list-item !important;}

    Regards,
    Shri

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    Helen
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    Thanks – this definitely applies to the sub-page banners rather than the home page slider?
    Where do I input the content text?

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    Even if we had pulled it off it won’t look good in mobile then that would need resolving.

    Regards,
    Shri

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    Helen
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    Hi, not sure what this means?

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    Hi Helen,

    Well, you need to add the code in header.php but if you good in coding you have to make it dynamic. Because when you add the code/text in header.php it will show up on all the inner pages (same text).

    It’s a theme customization request.

    Regards,
    Brad

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    Helen
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    Thanks – I specifically don’t want to make any changes to the php as I don’t want to have to create a child theme. Does that mean it’s impossible? It seems to me that it should be possible via css?
    Regards,

    Helen

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    Hi Helen,

    It is possible with the css. All you have to do is create a <div class="inner-desc"></div>

    inside this put the bullet points in ul li. Create it and let us know then we have send you the css for this.

    Regards,
    Brad

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    Helen
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    Thanks – I need this for a new site which I haven’t started putting together yet, so can’t try out the code just now. I’m not sure from your note that you’ve sent me all the css I need. If there’s anything else, could you send it to me right away, and I’ll feed back once I’ve got going on the site?

    Regards, Helen

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