Break slider function and spit out just the HTML inside slides

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09 Feb, 2018 10:41 PM

Hello guys (and girls),

I have been wondering: when I populate the slides with HTML is there any easy way to remove the slider function (by use of CSS or jQuery) so that just the HTML remains?

Example: my slides have much content that makes it unusable on smaller devices and I would like to just use the content in the slides stocked top-bottom as it would be for regular content, no slider function.

In short: remove the function that places the HTML in the slides horizontally and slidable and keep the content.

Something like: if is wp_mobile { remove slider function } + some CSS, I dont know
Usually I create completely new content for this but it seems to me it could be easier.

Thanks in advance for any help!


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Dmitry Semenov on 10 Feb, 2018 12:04 PM

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    Implementing this dynamically during page resize would take some work - as slider heavily modifies markup after initialization. You'll need to store starting markup in some variable and swap slider with it when needed.

    Otherwise, if you want to just disable it on page load, you can do something as simple as removing the class on the root element of slider, so JS code won't be fired at all, e.g.:

    // add to theme functions.php
    function disable_slider_js() {
        var something = true;
        if (something) {
    add_action('new_rs_before_js_init_code', 'disable_slider_js');
  2. 2 Posted by tech on 10 Feb, 2018 03:38 PM

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    Thank you Dimitry, appreciate that!

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