I have a website consisting of a static home page with a slider. To all intents and purposes it consists of nothing more than the slider.
I am interested in knowing if the default behavior of the Graphene slider is to stop when the mouse cursor hovers over the post and if there is some way to overcome that default behavior. If that’s not the default behavior then I’ve done something wrong!
A user can click one of the slider buttons or use the arrow keys to resume, but that doesn’t seem too intuitive to me so I would just like to know what I might be able to do to prevent the pausing in the first place. As a last resort I can just add an instruction like “Use the arrow keys to resume”, but I am looking for something a bit more elegant than that.
What a great theme! Second time I’ve used it and I’m beginning to like it a lot!
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