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is there a way to display multiple sliders on one page?
if I activate an additional slider, the picture turns white

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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Sorry about the delayed answer. I missed your question.
The built-in slider is tailored to works in the theme slider area, as it contains many effects and variations, which is not suitable for any other use case, we supposed at least at the time of design. Tell me what exactly do you need the second slider for and I will help you with that. There are many other similar options in the theme that might serve your purpose.
ITService replied on at Permalink Reply
For your reference i added a Website for you to see what we mean and how we would like it.
There are only pictures, But instead pictures we would like the sliders instead.

Please inform me on How to Proceed.
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply 2 Attachments
For creating such an area, you don't need a slider. You can use the built-in area background image feature in parallel with Pixel classes tailored for these purposes. There is such an area on the home page of our sample content (see the attached screenshot). By imitating that you can create what you have in mind.
Also, I made a video presentation, again attached to this answer which could guide you more. And some points regarding creating these sections:
1. As background images are assigned to each area, you should create each section in a separate area. you can increase the number of areas on your page by using the Main `Area Number (Extra)` attribute.
2. At the end of the video I appended `parallax` and color-overlay related classes. You can, of course, skip them, as your provided sample page doesn't have them.
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