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    K Faylor
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    I was considering purchasing Layer Slider for theme, but noticed in the demo that the curve in slider is disabled. Will LayerSlider still work with curve on slider enabled?

    Also, I noticed left page sidebar widget when I have recent posts plus up, it uses that hollow circle list item per recent post item on left side. Tried locating this setting in code and could not find it. Do you where to find it?

    Thanks

    #18035

    K Faylor
    Member

    Apologies. I rescind my first question as it is covered in tutorial.

    #18036

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    No worries…. but it will definitely work yes…I’m assuming you discovered the layer slider on the live demo site under Plugins?
    As for the circle list style, I made it the default one, but for changing the core widget list styles (lists that you do not make yourself), the styling for this is found in the theme’s style.css file around line 1200 and looks like this:

    [code type=css]
    .widget_categories li,
    .widget_archive li,
    .widget_pages li,
    .widget_meta li,
    .widget_recent_comments li,
    .widget_recent_entries li,
    .widget_nav_menu li {
    border-bottom:1px solid #dedede;
    line-height:18px;
    line-height:1.125rem;
    padding:8px 0 8px 20px;
    background: url(‘images/sprite-list.png’) 0 -714px no-repeat;
    }

    The image is the background, but it’s using a sprite image (several icons in one image), hence the position of 0 -714px. To change this you will need to choose one of the other images from around line 600 that start with this:

    [code type=css].st_dot li {background: url(‘images/sprite-list.png’) -360px 0 no-repeat;}

    Basically whichever one you use, you replace the default one with the background with one of the others.

    **Remember (as I always tell everyone), making changes like this should be done from a child theme).

    #13947

    K Faylor
    Member

    Thank you

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