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    Armando
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    I’m trying to find a way to replace the innerbanner / header_image with the slider from the home page. In other words is it possible to make the slider images on the home page (that show up in the header) appear for all pages and not just the home page?

    Thanks!

    #34278

    SKT Themes
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    Hi Armando,

    We will have to remove the inner banner image reference and make the slider appear in all pages via header.php

    If you are good with coding you can do this yourself or else we suggest you to send us WordPress admin details and URL of the site here: sktthemes.net/contact

    Regards,
    Shri

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    Armando
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    That is exactly what we are trying to do, remove the inner banner image and make the slider appear on all pages.

    We have modified the header.php file and have removed the inner banner code, but when we add the slider code in it’s place the slider doesn’t load correctly on all of the other pages (except the home page which still works). The other pages that are supposed to show the slider, instead show all of the images that were supposed to be in the slider and their labels going down the page (it looks like the .js didn’t load).

    See examples here:
    Home Page
    Other Pages Top Section
    Other Pages Middle Section

    Thanks for any help you can give.

    #34354

    Armando
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    You can disregard this request, we’ve figured it out. Besides editing the header.php file to remove the check to see if you are on the home page, there’s also the function.php file that needs to be edited and stripped of the check as well.

    Once we modified the function.php file the .js loaded properly and the slider started to function as normal.

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    Okay Great

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