May 11th, 2018 at 20:46 #63570
We have a website, https://uucm.org/ that uses Nirvana, and, on the front page we use the Presentation Page slider, displaying “Latest Posts from Category”, where each said post uses a featured image to provide the image for each slider image. I believe this is standard usage.
The problem is that, once the second image slides in (or any other transition style), the first image seems to be moved down, and its lower part shows below the subsequent images, producing a very ugly effect. I have tried to figure out what might be causing this behavior, without success.
I would appreciate some ideas about what I should try to change to make the slider behavior correct. A solution would be even better! Feel free to take a look at the website. I see this behavior in Google Chrome, but I don’t think it’s browser specific.
Any help would be appreciated.
Website: uucm.orgMay 15th, 2018 at 01:06 #63678
Help would be much appreciated!May 20th, 2018 at 20:26 #63895ZedCryout Creations Team
The slider images need to be all of the same sizes (or at least same aspect ratio) to avoid weird transition effects.
Nirvana registers the needed image size for WordPress to crop featured images as required.
If the posts’ featured images were uploaded before the theme was installed/activated on the site or the slider size options were changed after the featured images were uploaded, the crops may not exist or may be the incorrect size. In this case try regenerating the thumbnails.July 23rd, 2018 at 05:44 #66462af_photoPower User
I have the same problem with the Presentation page slider, but only in Chrome on my androidphone. I have tested with Firefox in my android also, and with that browser it works like a charm.
On a iPhone I don´t know how it works.
The images have the same size and aspect ratio.
My site: http://www.andrefahlstrom.se
Website: www.andrefahlstrom.seJuly 25th, 2018 at 12:38 #66528af_photoPower User
Update for my post here above about the Presentation page slider on my site http://www.andrefahlstrom.se
I have checked different mobilephone browsers…
Chrome: The slider missbehaving
Firefox: The slider works fine
Safari: The slider seems to work fine
Cheers/ AF Photo
Website: www.andrefahlstrom.seAugust 3rd, 2018 at 20:54 #66959ZedCryout Creations Team
Jetpack’s Photon service will also cause animation distortion issues on mobile devices with the built-in slider, because it fails to supply needed size information.
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