Slider controls - Bullets

This is where you can find the controls.

You can put bullets in your slider, what you can use to switch between your slides.

Number

Display Expert

You can make your bullets invisible on Desktop, Tablet or Mobile view. Also you can hide them on specific slides separated by commas. Where those device display modes will be happening are based on the Global setting's Responsive mode option.

At the Hide on slides use the slide index (1 = first slide) instead of the slide ID.
Shows on

This option will make your bullets only appear on desktop screen, when you hover your cursor over the slider. On tablet and mobile screen they will always be seen.

Thumbnail

You have an option to show your slides' thumbnails, when you hover over the bullets, and you can specify its size and style here, and if it should show up before or after the bullets.

Style manager →

Position

Pick a position, where you would like to have your bullets in your slider.

  • Stack - The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
  • Offset - This is how far your bullet will be from the selected position. If you change to Advanced mode, you can specify the position, and here you will be able to use our control variables too.
Action Expert

The action on the bullets, which makes your slider switch to the bullets' slides.

Dot style

Choose the colors, and your dots display options here. (Use some margin at the Extra CSS, just like in our pre-defined styles to have distance between your bullets.)

Style manager →

Font

Choose the font of your numbers here.

Font manager →

Bar style

There is a bar around your bullets, which is defaultly transparent, but you can style it here. 

Style manager →

Bar full size Expert

Defaultly your bullets take up as much space as they need, but you can make them have the width of the slider. 

Align Expert

If the previous option is turned on, you can align your bullets to the left, center or right.

Orientation Expert

The orientation of your bullets, whether they should be right and left next to each other, or up and down. (The Simple positioning is limiting this option at certain positions. Use Advanced positioning if you are experiencing this as an issue.)

Overlay Expert

Your slider takes up the space where it fits, and the controls are part of that space, so if you want your bullets to just float over the area, turn this option on. (Simple visualization: put the bullets left from the slider, check the preview with this option off, and then with this option on.)

Text

Display Expert

You can make your bullets invisible on Desktop, Tablet or Mobile view. Also you can hide them on specific slides separated by commas. Where those device display modes will be happening are based on the Global setting's Responsive mode option.

At the Hide on slides use the slide index (1 = first slide) instead of the slide ID.
Shows on Expert

This option will make your bullets only appear on desktop screen, when you hover your cursor over the slider. On tablet and mobile screen they will always be seen.

Thumbnail

You have an option to show your slides' thumbnails, when you hover over the bullets, and you can specify its size and style here, and if it should show up before or after the bullets.

Style manager →

Position

Pick a position, where you would like to have your bullets in your slider.

  • Stack - The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
  • Offset - This is how far your bullet will be from the selected position. If you change to Advanced mode, you can specify the position, and here you will be able to use our control variables too.
Action Expert

The action on the bullets, which makes your slider switch to the bullets' slides.

Dot style

Choose the colors, and your dots display options here.(Use some margin at the Extra CSS, just like in our pre-defined styles to have distance between your bullets.)

Style manager →

Font

Choose the font of your numbers here. 

Font manager →

Bar style

There is a bar around your bullets, which is defaultly transparent, but you can style it here. 

Style manager →

Bar full size Expert

Defaultly your bullets take up as much space as they need, but you can make them have the width of the slider. 

Align Expert

If the previous option is turned on, you can align your bullets to the left, center or right. 

Orientation Expert

The orientation of your bullets, whether they should be right and left next to each other, or up and down. (The Simple positioning is limiting this option at certain positions. Use Advanced positioning if you are experiencing this as an issue.)

Overlay Expert

Your slider takes up the space where it fits, and the controls are part of that space, so if you want your bullets to just float over the area, turn this option on. (Simple visualization: put the bullets left from the slider, check the preview with this option off, and then with this option on.)   

Point

Display Expert

You can make your bullets invisible on Desktop, Tablet or Mobile view. Also you can hide them on specific slides separated by commas. Where those device display modes will be happening are based on the Global setting's Responsive mode option.

At the Hide on slides use the slide index (1 = first slide) instead of the slide ID.
Shows on

This option will make your bullets only appear on desktop screen, when you hover your cursor over the slider. On tablet and mobile screen they will always be seen.

Thumbnail

You have an option to show your slides' thumbnails, when you hover over the bullets, and you can specify its size and style here, and if it should show up before or after the bullets.

Style manager →

Position

Pick a position, where you would like to have your bullets in your slider.

  • Stack - The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
  • Offset - This is how far your bullet will be from the selected position. If you change to Advanced mode, you can specify the position, and here you will be able to use our control variables too.
Action Expert

The action on the bullets, which makes your slider switch to the bullets' slides.

Dot style

Choose the colors, and your dots display options here. (Use some margin at the Extra CSS, just like in our pre-defined styles to have distance between your bullets.)

Style manager →

Font Expert

Choose the font of your numbers here.

Font manager →

Bar style

There is a bar around your bullets, which is defaultly transparent, but you can style it here.

Style manager →

Bar full size Expert

Defaultly your bullets take up as much space as they need, but you can make them have the width of the slider.

Align Expert

If the previous option is turned on, you can align your bullets to the left, center or right.

Orientation Expert

The orientation of your bullets, whether they should be right and left next to each other, or up and down. (The Simple positioning is limiting this option at certain positions. Use Advanced positioning if you are experiencing this as an issue.)

Overlay Expert

Your slider takes up the space where it fits, and the controls are part of that space, so if you want your bullets to just float over the area, turn this option on. (Simple visualization: put the bullets left from the slider, check the preview with this option off, and then with this option on.)