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    EMH
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    Hi I would like a static image on some pages, instead of the revolution slider – is there an easy way to do this? The ‘featured image’ doesn’t stretch to the full header size which is what I want.
    I’ve tried just using one slide in the slider but I still get the arrows.

    Cheers

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #21659 |

    Hi,

    You can try to use one slide in the slider.
    I can provide custom css code to remove the arrows.

    Please post your url.

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    EMH
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    #21733 |

    Many thanks – url is http://test.torrisdaleblog.co.uk

    Denzel Chia
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    #21768 |

    Hi,

    Which page do you want to remove the slider arrows?
    I need to see the page and get it’s ID from the HTML source code.
    Please post me the url to your page.

    Thanks!

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    Denzel Chia
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    #21839 |

    Hi,

    You are not using a slider on this page http://test.torrisdaleblog.co.uk/self-catering/the-servants-quarters/the-riverside-spa/

    My advice is to use a slider with only one slide, and we can remove the arrows using custom css.

    It’s not possible to make that image you inserted to span full width across the website.

    Thanks!

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    #21984 |

    Sorry was mucking about with the featured image. Try this page -http://test.torrisdaleblog.co.uk/self-catering/garden-cottage/

    Cheers

    Denzel Chia
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    #22012 |

    Hi,

    I can only use css to hide the arrows and bullets.
    You will have to find a setting in revolution slider to stop the transition.

    Please use the following.

    Thanks!

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