All slideshow settings are gathered inside the “Slideshow Options” box. Note that in order to display a slideshow in page header, you’ll need to create at least one in corresponding post type (please follow this link for details).
You can choose from following slideshows:
After choosing this type of slider, you be presented with following options (see fig. 1-2) :
- In the multi-select (or checkbox group) box called “Slideshow(s)” you can specify which slideshows from corresponding post type will be shown on this page. Note that if you will not select any slideshow, all of them will be displayed on this page.
- Set slider layout and its proportions. (Note that since theme is responsive and has no fixed width, you need to set slider proportions rather then absolute values.)
- Select image sizing. This feature is important if you have portrait images and do not want them to be cropped. Simply select the “fit” option. Otherwise select “fill” to make avery image fill all the slider area.
- Also you can enable slider autoplay and set its interval.
This one is a bit tricky. Thing is that vertical segments here are separate slideshows. So if you want have a single image in vertical segment, you need to create a separate slideshow with only 1 slide for it. If there will be multiple slides, you’ll have small vertical slider inside your vertical segment.
Metro slider options are shown on fig. 2-2. As you see, among additional options are only numbers of slides in a row and column.
3D slideshow options are simple as well (fig. 3-2). You can select which slideshow(s) to display in it; set one of various layouts and set slider proportions.
Slider Resolution and other third party sliders
Some of our themes have build-in third party slider plugins. Fig. 4 shows options for Slider Revolution. Here you can select which slideshow to display and… that’s all. Please refer to corresponding slider documentation for details.