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  • #64547
    ldekay
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    Sorry, I guess you didn’t see the discussion post just before the one you’ve responded to (I probably should have edited the prior post but I didn’t get back to it before the Edit option expired).

    If you look at that prior discussion post you’ll see that I did exactly what you suggest, except that I created a series of 4 regular posts (with “posts in post” filters), not the slider posts as you suggest. Then I built a filter to capture all 4 and a slider to display them. The filter appears to be the problem here, it’s not picking up the posts themselves, but rather the  “post in post” processed result for a couple of the regular posts.

    Now I’ve also tried doing it the slider posts approach you describe. It is double the work since it means creating both a slider post and linking it to a regular post that has the ‘post in post’ filter. Even after that and creating a new filter and slider, the linked images go back to the slider posts rather than the intended ‘post-in-post’ post (way too many posts here). I added this new slider to the top of the test post so the test post now shows:

    1. the new sliderpost filter/slider shortcode (show_slider name=”catagoryfilter”),
    2. the first Weaver SliderPost shortcode (show_slider name=”catsliderpost”),
    3. the regular post filter/slider shortcode (show_slider name=”categoryslider”),
    4. the show_posts shortcode (show_posts category_name=categorylinks show=excerpt hide_bottom_info=true hide_top_info=true) that goes with the oirginal SliderPost shortcode, and
    5. a link at the very bottom that goes to one of the 4 original regular posts that display all the posts in the Museum category.

    Again, it looks like the filter may be causing the problems, maybe getting messed up by the shortcodes in the the posts it’s drawing on. The really strange thing is that the categoryslider (#3 slider and #4 show_posts, the original combo) worked just fine before we started messing with the header problem. When that got settled I noticed this problem had cropped up.

    I’m willing to give you admin privilege to the site if you want to dig in to see how I have the filters and sliders set up.

    #64546
    scrambler
    Moderator

    You keep saying it is doing strange things or weird, but you are not actually saying what that is, please details

    You say the images link to their image page instead of the post, this probably means the slider is set to display as image instead of as post.

    You way want to rewind and start by explaining what it is exactly you are trying to do. If the goal is to create an image slider where each image links to a specific URL, here is a method that works that I made a while back during weaver II pro days but remains valid

    • Creating a slider of images that have links to pages other than the image file or attachment page.

    There is no way to define a link to custom URL as a setting for the image (if you go to the media library and click edit on an image, there is no such setting), therefore that setting cannot exist in a gallery (that I know of).

    And so to achieve what you want, the way to do it is either

    1. A) Use a series of regular posts in which you insert a single image with a link to a custom URL
    2. B) Use a series of slider posts in a specific group with each one also just containing a single image with a link to a custom URL.
    3. A) Basic outline principle using regular posts
    • Create a new category of posts called slider1.
    • Create posts in that category.
    • For each post, insert one image, as you insert the image, choose link to Custom URL and fill in the URL, or you can just insert the image, then switch the content editor to TEXT and change the link the code of the image tag.
    • Once you have created a number of posts all in the slider1 category, create a filter that selects all posts in that category.
    • Then create a slider that uses that filter.
    1. B) More detailed step by step using Slider Posts

    You will create your images as Slider posts (the new post type added by the plugin)

    First create a new Slider group (like links-group)

    In each post new posts created do the following.

    • Click Add media to add your image, select full size, center, custom URL, give the link
    • Select the slider group created above for that post.
    • Publish

    Once all the image post have been created all in the same slider group (ie links-group) go to ATW Post/Slider > Filter page

    Create a new filter Let us say links-filter and in that filter select the following options:

    • Hide post btitle / Hide Top & Bottom post meta info
    • In display Post as, select Full posts
    • In post types, select atw_slider_post and add it, This will show post_type=atw_slider_post in the box
    • In Slider Group, select your group (ie links-group) and add it. This will show atw_slider_group=links-group
    • Save the filter options make sure they all show up at the top.

    Then Create the slider (like links-slider)

    • In SLider Content select Show Slider as post
    • In SLider Filter select your filter name (ie links-filter)
    • Save the slider options.

    Then create a test page, and in the content area click Add Show Sliders and select your slider (is links-slider)

    Publish the page and check that your slider is working.

    If it does, it will probably have extra space you want to get rid of.

    If you have the pro version of the slider plugin, then towards the bottom of the Slider option page, you have a “Per Slider custom CSS” Box , and you can put any of the rules there to remove uneeded padding and margins

    .this-slider .slide-content .entry-content {padding-top:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .slide-content .atw_slider_post {padding-top:0px !important;margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .slide-post {margin-top:0px !important;margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .atw_slider_post img {margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .atw_slider_post p {margin-bottom:0px !important;}

     

     

     

    #64544
    ldekay
    Participant

    One thing fixed (the header question) and something else breaks or doesn’t work right. For awhile a slider using a show_posts filter was able to generate a carousel of 4 images that linked to their respective posts. But somewhere along the way to working out the parallax and random header issues it’s doing some very strange things. This test post (http://newcgaca.gorgeculture.org/testpost/) shows what what the result looks like now and briefly what I tried in creating it.

    The following provides as much detail as I can describe. I hope you can help figure out what’s going on because I’ve looked at all the posts and filters and sliders and can’t see anything that would cause what’s happening.

    • I created a “category” post (eg. http://newcgaca.gorgeculture.org/museumcat/) for each of the 4 categories I wanted to link to above.
      • In the Description for each post I put a filter shortcode (eg. show_posts category_name=museum orderby=rand posts_per_page=-1 show=full hide_bottom_info=true hide_featured_image=true hide_top_info=true ) that would display each of the posts in that category (posts in post),
      • and I put html in the Excerpt with a centered medium image that links to that category post ( Museums)
    • I created a CategorySlides Filter to pull each of those 4 category posts (eg. show_posts category_name=categorylinks show=excerpt hide_bottom_info=true hide_top_info=true)
    • I created a CategorySlider Slider to display the Filter as a carousel.
    • I added the CategorySlider shortcode to a post and it draws only 1 of the category posts and seems to draw random posts and images in place of the other three “category” posts.
    • So I also added the ShowPosts shortcode (show_posts category_name=categorylinks show=excerpt hide_bottom_info=true hide_top_info=true) to the test post and I get 2 of the category post Excerpt sections and the full category post results presumably for the other two. http://newcgaca.gorgeculture.org/testpost/
    • I finally created a Weaver Slider Post with the four category images in a gallery, then created a <em style=”font-size: 1em;”>catslider slider and added it to the top of the test post. It looks like the carousel display I’m looking for, but the images only link to their media library images, not to the category posts I want them to link to.
    #64527
    ldekay
    Participant

    I wanted to create a slider with links to a different page from each of the images in the slider. The page would then be a ‘posts in page’ format. However, pages do not appear to have a ‘defined excerpt’ that can be used in the filter for the slider.

    The only way I’ve found to do something like this is to create a post instead of a page, which allows me to create a filter that uses the ‘defined excerpt’ (a captioned image code) as the input to the slider and that image then links directly to the post. Click the Museums image in the slider on http://newcgaca.gorgeculture.org/

    Unfortunately, the post then displays with the default header (parallax defined to be 550 px tall) which pushes the post off the bottom of the screen (the subject of a separate discussion).

    So, is there a way to  define an Excerpt for a page and then create a pages filter that can be used in a slider definition? 

    #63950
    Yvonne
    Participant

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    RayHand
    Participant

    I’m using WordPress 5.2.2–en_GB with Theme Weaver Xtreme Version 4.3.1.5 Options: Version 38 (Subtheme: Plain White-V-38 – maybe no longer supported) and plugins Weaver Show Sliders Version 1.4.10 and Weaver Show Posts Version 1.3.16 (details below). My Sliders are all slideshows of Media Library images, and one of the Slider options (Slider Width Percentage) is now ignored. I WAS doing some non-Slider Customising and, because it worked OK before but doesn’t now, I admit that I MUST have accidentally changed something I didn’t mean to. Whatever Slider option width is set however, the slide show now displays to the full width of the container (in my case a regular web or post page). The slideshow on the home page is set to have a width of 25% (and floating right) and the one on this venue hire page is set to be 80% (centred) – but both fill the full container width.

    I’ve meticulously compared every Weaver Xtreme Theme Customising value with those on another web site I maintain which also uses the same Theme (but Options Version: 3 Subtheme: Antique Ivory-V-3 – also maybe no longer supported) and the same Plugins. The only differences I can find are in Typography and some minor tweaks to Sidebar/Widget Areas Spacing Widths and Alignments. On the working web site, percentage widths are honoured correctly. The really bizarre thing is that on the problem site, one slideshow – the one on this weddings page displays at the correct (75%) setting – although the surrounding faint border line does go to the edges (which it didn’t beforehand). N.B. You’ll see many other 100% slideshows on the site, but most are intended to be that wide.

    Please could you suggest where I might have gone wrong? I could send you screen shots of the “venue hire” (80% width) Slider Settings if they would help.

    Many thanks – Ray

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    #56899
    stlane
    Participant

    My apologies, I’m not certain why it wasn’t showing a weaver show slider since it had [show_slider name=yhlinks-slider] published in the Header Media (Layout). I deactivated the Master Slider, cleared the cache and double checked my settings to make sure it was using the Weaver Slider post of: [show_slider name=yhlinks-slider]

    Anyway, at this point I believe I’ll try the Master Slider since it’s short code did work with the Header Media (Layout) Image HTML Replacement box and my client is familiar with the Master Slider and I’m hoping will handle future site maintenance.

    That said, we would like to have the main menu appear below the Logo, Title and Tagline and above the slider. Can you tell me if that is possible and if so how to do it? I’m familiar with the three Fixed-Top Menu options but am not familiar with anything that gives the option to have the menu appear between the two areas of the header as mentioned.

    Thanks again for your help!

    #56894
    stlane
    Participant

    I created the slider group, posts, filter, slider, added HTML to the post and short code to Header Media (Layout), and the slider appears in the header. However, I’m still having the following issues: https://www.yanawanaherbolarios.org/

    1. Text doesn’t appear over the images. The following is the code I’m using. Can you tell me what I might be doing wrong?

    Building Community Healthcare and Self-reliance
    Our Mission

    2. There’s too much space below the slider. I have put all the rules in the “Per Slider custom CSS” Box at the bottom of the Sliders page but nothing ever changes. Do we just add these rules to be able to use the slider styling referenced here?:
    https://www.yanawanaherbolarios.org/wp-content/plugins/show-sliders/help/help-sliders.html#slider_styling

    3. At the end of the tutorial (https://forum.weavertheme.com/forums/topic/slider-post-links/#post-56096) it says, “If you have the pro version of the slider plugin, then towards the bottom of the Slider option page, you have a “Per Slider custom CSS” Box , and you can put any of the rules there to remove unneeded padding and margins”, then lists the rules.

    Have I missed something as I don’t have a pro version of the slider plugin unless it’s included with Xtreme Plus? If not, can you direct me to pro version of which this refers, I’ve searched for the forum and web it but can’t find anything?
    https://www.google.com/search?as_q=WordPress+plugin+Pro&as_epq=Weaver+Slider+posts&as_oq=&as_eq=&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&lr=&cr=&as_qdr=all&as_sitesearch=&as_occt=any&safe=images&as_filetype=&as_rights=

    4. I first wanted to only use the tools within Xtreme Plus but this is requiring much more time than anticipated. We want to duplicate the slider we created at https://yanawanaherbolarios.com/ on https://yanawanaherbolarios.org…which only took about a hour or two the first time doing it.

    Can you say if Weaver Slider Posts is capable of producing the same end features and functionality of the slider that we created at https://yanawanaherbolarios.com?

    And from your experience do you know if Master Slider WP Pro (https://codecanyon.net/item/master-slider-wordpress-responsive-touch-slider/7467925) is compatible with the Xtreme theme?

    I’ve exported the slider from https://yanawanaherbolarios.com/ as a .json file (YanawanaHerbolarios-masterslider-10-20-2018.json) but have no idea what to do it. Would you be able to advise?

    At this point I’m more than willing to pay the $30 for a 12 month license for the Master Slider Pro, build a new slider and be done with it cause this is killing me, Smalls. ;o)

    Thanks much for your help!

    #56845
    stlane
    Participant

    I’m starting the slider from scratch, I want to exclude the category in my posts pages so they won’t show up in my post pages and I want four images in the slider.

    So in referencing the tutorial:  https://forum.weavertheme.com/forums/topic/slider-post-links/#post-56096

    Under <u>B) More detailed step by step using Slider Posts</u> I plan to first create a new Slider group (yhlinks-group). Then, in each new posts created do the following:

    • Click Add media to add your image, select full size, center, custom URL, give the link (I presume to the page I want it to link to?)
    • Select the slider group created above for that post.
    • Publish

    To confirm, do I first create a yhlinks-group post (location: Weaver Slider Post>New Weaver Slider Post – https://www.yanawanaherbolarios.org/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=atw_slider_post) and then add each image separately as a new post with a different name to be a “subpost” under the yhlinks-group post or will I add all four images within the one yhlinks-group post?

    Hope I properly explained/asked that? Thanks again for your help.

    #56833
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Slider post links

    Either method will work.

    The basic principle is that you need to use posts for the content of each slide.

    You can use regular posts using a specific category, but then you need to make sure you exclude that category in your posts pages (if you have any).

    Or you can use slider posts, which has the merit to be posts that wont show up in your post pages.

    Then each post will have as its content, the proper HTML to include a linked image and a text overlay. This is the HTML I gave your the principle for in my last post.

    #56832
    stlane
    Participant

    I did follow the tutorial you provided, although I’m not entirely certain I did everything correctly and may start from scratch.

    In the meantime, can you tell me where this code you provided goes?

    Text and content to overlay on the image

    To confirm, regarding to your tutorial, are you providing two different ways of doing the same thing of Creating a slider of images that have links to pages other than the image file or attachment page (i.e. <u>A) Basic outline principle using regular posts</u> or <u>B) More detailed step by step using Slider Posts</u>)? Or is A) the first step before doing B)?

    Again my apologies for dumb questions, it’s been a while since developing from scratch in WordPress, I’ve never done a slider and am slow getting up to speed. Thanks in advance for your help and patience.

    #56760
    scrambler
    Moderator

    To move the title and tagline left add the rule below in the Theme Global Custom CSS Rule box with the value you like

    .custom-logo-link {margin-right:1em;}

    To extend the slider in the header image are, go to Main Options > Header > Header Image > Align Header image and select Align Full

    WordPress does not have any way to associate a custom link to images, so if you want a slider with such images, you need to create it with post and place the image with the custom link as content of the post. Below is a post where I gave the detail procedure for that.

    https://forum.weavertheme.com/forums/search/slider+with+image+links/

    #56096

    In reply to: Slider post links

    scrambler
    Moderator

    here is the tutorial:

    Creating a slider of images that have links to pages other than the image file or attachment page.

    There is no way to define a link to custom URL as a setting for the image (if you go to the media library and click edit on an image, there is no such setting), therefore that setting cannot exist in a gallery (that I know of).

    And so to achieve what you want, the way to do it is either

    A) Use a series of regular posts in which you insert a single image with a link to a custom URL

    B) Use a series of slider posts in a specific group with each one also just containing a single image with a link to a custom URL.

    A) Basic outline principle using regular posts

    • Create a new category of posts called slider1.
    • Create posts in that category.
    • For each post, insert one image, as you insert the image, choose link to Custom URL and fill in the URL, or you can just insert the image, then switch the content editor to TEXT and change the link the code of the image tag.
    • Once you have created a number of posts all in the slider1 category, create a filter that selects all posts in that category.
    • Then create a slider that uses that filter.

    B) More detailed step by step using Slider Posts

    You will create your images as Slider posts (the new post type added by the plugin)

    First create a new Slider group (like links-group)

    In each post new posts created do the following.

    • Click Add media to add your image, select full size, center, custom URL, give the link
    • Select the slider group created above for that post.
    • Publish

    Once all the image post have been created all in the same slider group (ie links-group) go to ATW Post/Slider > Filter page

    Create a new filter Let us say links-filter and in that filter select the following options:

    • Hide post title / Hide Top & Bottom post meta info
    • In display Post as, select Full posts
    • In post types, select atw_slider_post and add it, This will show post_type=atw_slider_post in the box
    • In Slider Group, select your group (ie links-group) and add it. This will show atw_slider_group=links-group
    • Save the filter options make sure they all show up at the top.

    Then Create the slider (like links-slider)

    • In Slider Content select Show Slider as post
    • In Slider Filter select your filter name (ie links-filter)
    • Save the slider options.

    Then create a test page, and in the content area click Add Show Sliders and select your slider (is links-slider)

    Publish the page and check that your slider is working.

    If it does, it will probably have extra space you want to get rid of.

    If you have the pro version of the slider plugin, then towards the bottom of the Slider option page, you have a “Per Slider custom CSS” Box , and you can put any of the rules there to remove unneeded padding and margins

    .this-slider .slide-content .entry-content {padding-top:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .slide-content .atw_slider_post {padding-top:0px !important;margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .slide-post {margin-top:0px !important;margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .atw_slider_post img {margin-bottom:0px !important;}

    .this-slider .atw_slider_post p {margin-bottom:0px !important;}

     

    #56093
    Crystal
    Participant

    Hi there,

    I created a slider post with a Media Library gallery, and I’m wondering if there’s a way to assign a link to each image in the slider (not just have each image link to the attachment)? I can’t find a setting for that, so I’m hoping I just overlooked it.

    Thanks,

    -Crystal

    MMWBAdmin
    Participant

    In the Weaver Slider on my homepage @ http://www.mmwb.nl the CSS is kind of wrapped in

    /*<![CDATA[*/homepslider —>    /*]]>*/

    /*<![CDATA[*/homepslider –>
    .atwkslider-homepslider .slides .atwk-slide .slide-image .atwk-title-overlay{max-width:75%}
    .atwkslider-homepslider{background-color:#fafaf5;}
    .atwkslider-homepslider .atwk-direction-nav a,.atwkslider-homepslider-thumbs .atwk-direction-nav a {background:url(https://cdn.mmwb.nl/wp-content/plugins/show-sliders/flex/images/nav-17.png) no-repeat 0 0;}.atwkslider-homepslider .atwk-direction-nav .atwk-next,.atwkslider-homepslider-thumbs .atwk-direction-nav .atwk-next {background-position: 100% 0;}
    .atwkslider-homepslider .slides .atwk-slide img{margin-top:.4em;}
    .atwkslider-homepslider .atwk-control-nav {top:102%;}/*]]>*/

    and contains  “.atwk-title-overlay{max-width:75%}” in which a semicolon is missing at the end.

    I’m not able to find where the ‘75%’-rule comes from. Hope you can help.

    Configuration info:

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    Current Theme: Weaver Xtreme (4.0.5)
    Post Types: post, page, attachment, revision, nav_menu_item, custom_css, customize_changeset, oembed_cache, user_request, atw_slider_post

    — Weaver Xtreme Configuration —

    Weaver Xtreme Version: 4.0.5
    Theme Support Version: 4.0.3
    Xtreme Plus Version: 3.1.1

    — Server Configuration —

    Operating System: Linux
    PHP Version: 7.2.8
    MySQL Version: 5.5.5
    jQuery Version: 1.12.4
    Server Software: Apache

    — PHP Configuration —

    Local Memory Limit: 1024M
    Server Memory Limit: 1024M
    Post Max Size: 512M
    Upload Max Filesize: 256M
    Time Limit: 300
    Max Input Vars: 5000
    Display Errors: On (1)

    — WordPress Active Plugins —

    AddToAny Share Buttons: 1.7.28
    Akismet Anti-Spam: 4.0.8
    Authy Two Factor Authentication: 3.0.2
    Block Bad Queries (BBQ): 20180511
    Cookie Notice: 1.2.44
    Custom Twitter Feeds: 1.2.9
    Dynamic Widgets: 1.5.13
    Email Address Encoder: 1.0.7
    Featured Images in RSS w/ Size and Position: 1.4.8
    Highlight Search Terms: 1.5
    jQuery Smooth Scroll: 1.4.1
    Limit Login Attempts Reloaded: 2.7.1
    Ninja Pages: 1.4.2
    Nofollow Internal Links: 1.2
    Related Posts By Taxonomy: 2.5.1
    ResponsiveVoice Text To Speech: 1.5.8
    Salt Shaker: 1.2
    Server IP & Memory Usage Display: 2.1.0
    Smush: 2.7.9.1
    TinyMCE Advanced: 4.7.11
    Ultimate Tag Cloud Widget: 2.7.2
    UpdraftPlus – Backup/Restore: 1.14.12
    W3 Total Cache: 0.9.7
    Weaver Show Posts: 1.3.15
    Weaver Show Sliders: 1.4.9
    Weaver Themes Shortcode Compatibility: 1.0.4
    Weaver Xtreme Plus: 3.1.1
    Weaver Xtreme Theme Support: 4.0.3
    Webcraftic Clearfy – WordPress optimization plugin: 1.2.1
    WP-Optimize: 2.2.4
    WP-Paginate: 2.0.4
    WP Bitly: 2.5.2
    WP External Links: 2.2.0
    Yoast SEO: 7.9

    — WordPress Inactive Plugins —

    Query Monitor: 3.1.0
    WP-Sweep: 1.0.12

    ### End System Info ###

    #54080
    armandoargano
    Participant

    Thank You for Your help !
    I’m totally ignorant about PHP and I’ve added some custom code obtained by previous forum instructions, but more than one year ago and everything has gone perfectly, even after WordPress 4.8.5 and plugins update some months before the error message (no other updates since then: neither WP nor plugins except Metaslider after the error message).
    What can I do to solve the problem? (please see http://www.dirittomedicinasport.it)

    This is all the code I’ve added:

    Weaver II Pro Shortcode Admin
    Slider Menu – Slider 1 (Note: is selected a simple custom menu)
    CSS for Menu Text:
    font-weight:bold; font-size:24px; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; color:white; line-height:1.5em; text-decoration:none; text-align:left; text-indent:10px; text-shadow:3px 3px 4px #000;
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    Weaver II Pro Shortcode Admin
    Slider Menu – Slider 1 (Note: is selected a simple custom menu)
    Slider Menu CSS:
    padding-top:3px; padding-bottom:3px; border-top:1px solid black; border-bottom:1px solid black;
    —————————
    Main Options – General Appearance
    Main Area BG:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {padding-right:5px;}
    —————————
    Main Options – Fonts – Step 4
    Titles & Headings:
    {text-align:justify; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————
    Main Options – Widget Areas – Individual Widgets
    Widget Title:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {background-color:#015B8D;padding-left:5px}
    —————————
    Main Options – Widget Areas – Individual Widgets
    Widget Area Text:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {font-variant: small-caps; font-weight: bold}
    —————————
    Main Options – Widget Areas – Bottom Widget Areas
    Background:
    Custom CSS styling:
    #wrapper {-webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25); -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25); box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(127,127,127,0.25);}
    —————————
    Main Options – Widget Areas – Footer Widget Areas
    Background:
    Custom CSS styling:
    #wrapper {-webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25); -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25); box-shadow: 0 0 3px 3px rgba(127,127,127,0.25);}
    —————————
    Main Options – Menus – Menu Bar
    Menu Bar BG:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {border: 1px solid #DDDDDD; margin-top: 2px;margin-left:-1px;}
    —————————
    Main Options – Menu – Sub-Menu Drop Downs
    Sub-Menu Item BG:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {border: 1px solid #DDDDDD;}
    —————————
    Main Options – Links – Post Entry Title Link
    Link:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {font-size: 110%; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————
    Main Options – Content Areas – Text
    Content BG:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {padding-left:0px; padding-top:0px;padding-right:10px}
    —————————
    Main Options – Content Areas – Text
    Page Title Text:
    Custom CSS styling:
    {text-align:justify;font-size: 100%; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————
    Main Options – Content Areas – Images
    Image Border Color:
    Custom CSS Styling:
    img {box-shadow: 5px 5px 5px grey;
    }
    —————————
    Main Options – Post Specifics
    Post BG:
    Custom CSS Styling:
    {text-align:justify;}
    —————————
    Main Options – Post Specifics
    Sticky Post BG:
    Custom CSS Styling:
    {border-width:1px;border-color:red;border-top-style:solid;border-right-style:solid;border-left-style:solid;border-bottom-style:none;}
    —————————
    Main Options – Post Specifics – Post Meta Info Areas
    Bottom Post Info BG:
    Custom CSS Styling:
    {border-style:solid;border-color:red;border-width:1px;}
    —————————
    Advanced Options – <HEAD Section> – Custom CSS Rules
    “Add your own custom CSS Rules to Weaver II’s style rules”
    #sidebar_primary, #sidebar_right, #sidebar_left {
    -webkit-box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25);
    -moz-box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25);
    box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,0.25)
    }

    .home .sticky, .page-with-posts#container .sticky, .index-posts#container .sticky {
    -webkit-box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.25);
    -moz-box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.25);
    box-shadow:4px 4px 3px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.25)
    }
    —————————
    Advanced Options – <HEAD Section> – Custom CSS Rules
    <HEAD Section>
    <meta name=”sport medicina diritto giustizia sportiva giurisprudenza antidoping doping” content=”HTML,CSS,XML,JavaScript”>
    —————————
    Advanced Options – <HEAD Section>
    Actions and Filters
    .home div.art-headerobject {
    display: none;
    }
    —————————
    Advanced Options – Archive Type Pages – Hide Categories Archives Title:
    Custom CSS:
    {font-size: 110%; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————

    Advanced Options – Archive Type Pages – Hide Tag Archives Title:
    Custom CSS:
    {font-size: 110%; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————
    Advanced Options – Archive Type Pages – Hide Author Archives Title:
    Custom CSS:
    {font-size: 110%; font-variant: small-caps; }
    —————————
    Advanced Options – Archive Type Pages – Hide Search Results Title:
    Custom CSS:
    {font-size: 110%; font-variant: small-caps; }

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