Featured post slideshow on Trition Lite

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  • #841652

    @kathflores23: The dimensions of your images aren’t large enough. Make sure they are at least 950 pixels in width and 270 pixels in height.

    #841653

    kathflores23
    Member

    i resized it already :( still doesnt work

    #841654

    @kathflores23: Check your site now. The reason the slider wasn’t showing up is because you have a static page set as the home page. This has been fixed now and you should be all set. Sorry for the confusion.

    #841655

    kathflores23
    Member

    Oh there it is! genius! ^.,^ thanks..

    #841656

    reneofny
    Member
    #841657

    Rene, you’re using the self-hosted version of Triton Lite, which is different than the WordPress.com version. You’ll need to contact the theme author for help with your site. Cheers.

    #841658

    reneofny
    Member

    Thanks much.

    #841660

    sandycody
    Member

    Hi..just wondering is it possible to set the slideshows to move?

    I mean like …automatically changing the page of the sticky posts..

    #841661

    michiecat
    Staff

    Hi sandycody,

    Right now this is not an option, but it’s something we can consider as a future enhancement. Thank you for the suggestion.

    #841662

    lanternbug
    Member

    Hi everybody,
    I can’t fix the slide post just underneath the header, how can I do?
    http://lanternbug.wordpress.com/

    #841663

    timethief
    Member

    Every featured post you want in the post slider must be
    (1) a sticky post
    (2) have a featured image set
    (3) and the featured image be at least 950 pixels in width and 270 pixels in height.

    #841664

    lanternbug
    Member

    Thank you, now I try!

    #841665

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome.

    #841666

    lanternbug
    Member

    I followed the instruction but it still doesn’t show.. maybe I did something wrong

    #841667

    timethief
    Member

    1. Did you presize the featured images in the featured posts so they were the correct size before you uploaded them? Teatured image be at least 950 pixels in width and 270 pixels in height.

    2. Did you set each image in each featured post using this guide?
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/featured-images/#setting-a-featured-image

    3.. Did you set each featured post to be a sticky post? http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/post-visibility/#sticky-posts

    Triton Lite Theme Showcase page.
    The theme has a dynamic featured post area (shown just below the site title on the home page) which is a snap to use: just add featured images—at least 950 pixels in width and 270 pixels in height—to your Sticky Posts

    #841668

    lanternbug
    Member

    Great! Thank you very much, I was skipping a thing in the feature image window!

    #841669

    timethief
    Member

    It’s good to hear you have accomplished this now. happy blogging! :)

    #841670

    lipuster
    Member

    Hi,

    Great theme..the featured post slideshow is working perfectly. But is there a way to change the order of the posts appearing there? As in can I control which images appear first, which second and so on?

    Thanks

    #841671

    sarahfrancy
    Member

    When a post is in the post slider does, does the post no longer appear below it with the other normal posts? Anyway for it to show on post slider and the normal post area?

    Oh and very impt to making the post slider work is to go to themes and customise ur theme, and make sure ur make ur home page non-static.

    #841672

    michiecat
    Staff

    @lipuster, it is not possible to control the order of the posts in the slider at this time. Posts are arranged in descending order by date inside the slider (so, most recent sticky post first).

    @sarahfrancy, when a post appears in the slider, it will not appear inside the main post listing. It is not possible for posts to appear in both places, because this is how Triton Lite was designed.

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