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  • #1954

    muragz
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    Hi, I’m trying to have the background slideshow on the homepage only and only background color on the other pages. Is that possible. Thanks for your help

    #1955

    Johnny
    Participant

    Hi,
    yes, you could. customized js/main.js like this:
    1. open file main.js find first this line jQuery("#side_wrap").after($middleObj.html());, right behind it add this:
    jQuery('#bs0').hide();
    2. find this line jQuery(".content_wrap .closeBtn").click(function(){, right behind it add this:
    jQuery('#bs0').show();
    3. find this line jQuery(".gallery_back").click(function(){, right begind it add this:
    jQuery('#bs0').show();
    Best

    #1975

    muragz
    Participant

    It works fine but when one clicks on the home menu (index_ajax.html) it doesn’t show the slideshow. I’ve set the menu to be displayed on each page

    #1976

    muragz
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    #1977

    Johnny
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    Hi, I have checked you site web.chika.co/ogola and find that you have deeply customized this theme. so please send me your updated codes and tell me what you have changed. I will test issues you mensioned with you code later,
    Thank you

    #1980

    muragz
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    Hi, the only major changes I’ve done are on the css, changes I’ve done on the main.js are for the side_wrap on the “standardPostTransition”

    ` jQuery(“#side_wrap”).delay(300).animate({
    left:’+=’ + 140,
    opacity: ‘show’

    });
    jQuery(“#foot”).animate({
    left:’+=’ + 140,
    opacity: ‘show’

    }); `

    Here’s the js file:
    Main.js

    Thanks alot.

    #1984

    Johnny
    Participant

    hi, I think to keep menu and foot always there on pages, the better way is to customized the function interludeAnimate in main.js, please try,
    Best

    #1986

    muragz
    Participant

    Hi, thanks alot. I was able to fix it. The only issue remaining is that the slideshow is not showing when one clicks on home menu from a post page. Please advice. Thanks

    #1989

    Johnny
    Participant

    Hi, please try add below line to afterShow function in interludeAnimate:
    jQuery('#bgslider').show();jQuery('#bs0').show();
    Best

    #1990

    muragz
    Participant

    It works!! Thanks for you support and quick responses.

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