Edge Slider Shortcode
The edge slider shortcode is one of the Jupiter shortcodes that allows you to show a slideshow on your website. There are a lot of settings to help you customize the shortcode to your needs.
In this article, we’ll explain how to configure the edge slider shortcode.
To see the edge slider shortcode in action, check out the demo page.
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Creating an Edge Slider Item
Before adding the Edge Slider shortcode, edge slider items need to be created and configured. To learn how to crate an edge slider item, check out this article.
Displaying the Edge Slider Shortcode
To add the shortcode:
|First Element?||If you don’t want to use the slideshow as the first element of content, then disable this option. This option is only useful when the Transparent Header style is enabled on the page. Having this option enabled will allow the header skin to follow the slide item’s header skin.|
|Pagination||Sets the pagination dot styles in the slideshow. Available options are: Stroke, Small Dot With Stroke, and No Pagination.|
|Lazy Load|| Turn on or off lazy load for Edge Slider shortcode, which increases the website speed.|
Configuring the Edge Slider Settings
After you’ve added the edge slider shortcode, a pop-up window will appear where you can set the options for this shortcode. Below is a detailed description of each option of the edge slider shortcode.
Showing Specific Items
There is one setting in edge slider settings pop-up that allows you to show specific slides. Type the name of the post or ID to add them to the field.
|Select Specific Slides||Determines specific slides. Only the selected posts will be displayed. Note: only 10 slides can be selected, others won’t load on the page.|
Configuring the Edge Slider Styling
To select the colors or change the slider sizes you’ll need to edit the following options. Each option has a description which you can find below:
|Slideshow Background Color||Sets the slideshow background color. This option is useful for some animation types that the background section of the slide reveals.|
|Parallax Background?|| Sets the Parallax effect for the slideshow. Click here to view the example.|
|Direction Nav||Sets the arrow control styles in the slideshow. Available options are: Rounded Slide, Rounded, Split, Thumbnail Flip, and No Navigation.|
|Scroll To Bottom Arrow||Enable this option in order to have an arrow at the bottom of the slide, that auto scrolls upon clicking down the page to the next section after the slider.|
Configuring the Slider Height
|Full Height?||Sets the slideshow to full height. This means that it will take up the whole height of the window and you will need to scroll down to see the rest of the content of the site. If you disable this option the height of slideshow will be fixed and decided upon by the option below.|
|Slideshow Height||Sets the height of the slideshow. This option will work if you disable the Full Height option.|
Configuring the Slider Animation
|Animation Effect||Sets the animation effect for this slideshow. Available options are: Slide, Slide Vertical, Zoom, Zoom Out, Horizontal Curtain, Fade, Perspective Flip, and Kenburned.|
|Animation Speed||Sets the speed for the animation effect upon slide change in the slideshow. The value is in milliseconds.|
|Pause Time||Sets the pause or wait time between each slide change in the slideshow.|
Altering the Images Sorting
There are two settings in the edge slider settings pop-up that allow you to alter the post sorting. By default, the Order and Orderby settings are set to Ascending and Date therefore it sorts the older posts ahead of the newer posts.
|Order||Sets the ascending or descending order of the Orderby parameter.|
|Orderby|| Sorts the posts based on the selected parameter (date, menu order, title, …).|
Configuring the Visibility for Devices
The Visibility for Devices setting in shortcodes allows you to hide / show the shortcode for a specific screen width. This settings is useful when you need to hide / show a section of your webpage for mobile devices, for example.
Adding an Extra Class Name
You can read the Adding a custom CSS class to a shortcode article for further explanation.
If you have any questions regarding Edge Slider configuration, please contact our support team creating a ticket via your Artbees Dashboard.