I am creating a website with static home, main, and child pages. For some reason, the slider on the homepage is only displaying one out of the 4 pages I indicated to show. Can someone tell me what my slider settings should be set at in order to view all 4 pages?
Slider won't show all indicated pages(11 posts) (4 voices)
Graphene Options >> Slider Options >> "What do you want to show in the slider"
Make sure you select "Show specific posts/pages "
Graphene Options >> Slider Options >> "Posts and/or pages to display"
"Enter ID of posts and/or pages to be displayed, separated by comma. Example: 1,13,45,33
Applicable only if Show specific posts/pages is selected above. "
You could also do this by category, however. What are your current settings?
By "ID", you mean the title, or something else? I read elsewhere not to add a title...
WordPress assigns everything its own unique ID. You can find it by using your browser's "View Source" function or Firebug.
This will give you a bit of help:
Here are my present slider settings:
Disable slider: unchecked
Extend slider to full width of theme: unchecked
WHat do you want to show in slider: Show specific posts/pages
Posts and/or pages to display: 2,1,3,4
Number of posts to display: 3
Slide image" Don't show image
Custom slider image URL: BLANK
Slider display style: thumbnail and excerpt
Slider animation: horizontal slide
Slider height: 200 px
Slider speed: 7000 milliseconds
Slider transition speed: 300 milliseconds
Move slider to bottom of page: unchecked
NOTE: I do not have any pages categorized since my intention is to build a website and not a blog.
So I believe my problem lies in the the setting that is listed bold above (Posts and/or pages to display). I am using the page order number that is listed in the quick edit dialog box for each page. Is that correct?
Are you sure there are pages/posts with the IDs of 1, 3, and 4? Trying to access them on your site all leads to 404 Error.
Use your browser's "View Source" function and search for the
<body>tag. The ID is in that tag.
For instance, this page:
has this body tag:
<body class="page page-id-279 page-child parent-pageid-22 page-template-default custom-background two_col_left two-columns">
which means that page's id is 279
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