Slider won’t show both slides in the slider

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    It will only show the slide numbered 1. Won’t transition to the next slide. Can you help?


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    According to the Theme developers for Posthemes Artfurniture:

    Your plugin use bootstrap v3.3.1. It doesn’t work on bootstrap v4.1.1
    Pls, You can contact to provider plugin to upgrade this”

    I’ve been trying to find out why it won’t go to the next slide.




    Basin faucet nut tools come in handy for just about any situation. A broken faucet can be a very annoying problem and may require the services of a plumber or other professional. You can try to mend it yourself, but if you’re like most people, the thought of doing that just makes you want to rip the whole thing up and start over. This is where the tools come into play. If you’re going to try and fix your basin faucet yourself, you want to make sure that you take the right steps to ensure that you do it right the first time.

    Remove all water and let it dry

    The first thing that you need to do is remove all of the water from your basin. Turn on the main water source and then turn off the faucet so that it doesn’t accidentally run dry. Take a pair of gloves and get ready to go digging. This is where you will put the faucet tool, which we’ll talk about later in this article. This tool is used to unplug things so you can take them apart.

    Take everything out

    Once you have taken all of the water out of your basin, you should take everything out of the basin and set it aside. Take the basin faucet nut tool and make sure you get a good grip on it. You don’t want to miss a thing here! You want to make sure that you have a good grip on this tool because if you don’t, it could pull the faucet off. It would be very unfortunate.

    Take off the nut

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    Put the nuts back in

    Once you have the tool out, you can start undoing the nuts. If you’re not sure how to do this, you can read up on the type of nuts you need to remove and what you should use to turn the lock on and off. Once you’ve turned the faucet back on, you can proceed to removing the old basin and replacing it with the new one. Once you’ve successfully placed the new one in place, you can continue with putting the nuts back in. Make sure you are careful when doing this because the basin is still attached to the basin.

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