Having more than one slide on each side of active slide in Visible Nearby slider

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pian.yannick

24 May, 2019 09:42 AM

Hi,

Firs tof all thanks for this plugin, I'm getting to know it better everyday, it's really good.

I wanted to know if it were possible to have more than just the next/previous slides visible in the Visible Nearby slider. For instance seeing the 2 or 3 next slides.

I need to create a carrousel to show a program of events, and the slides are all html, no images. Since they are not images they don't need to scale, meaning that if I'm on a super large screen there will be a massive gap. I'd like to have as many slides as possible visible, depending on the width of the viewport.

Here's an image to explain my context. "Session 01" would be the centered slide, and the other slides should be floating next to it, instead of spread out on the full width.

Thanks in advance for this info!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Dmitry Semenov on 24 May, 2019 07:34 PM

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    Hello,

    The plugin is not desined for such type of layout, however there is visibleNearby.centerArea option which can be set to 0.25 and 4 slides will be visible at a time https://dimsemenov.com/plugins/royal-slider/documentation/#visible-...

    This also can be done via CSS - http://help.dimsemenov.com/discussions/problems/4068-visiblenearby-...

    And you can always just put multiple "columns" in a single slide.

    Dmitry

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