Slider controls - Text bar

This is where you can find the controls.

You can show your active slide's title and desciption on a bar.

Horizontal

Display Expert

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

Position

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

  • Stack Expert- The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
  • Offset - This is how far your bar 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.
Animate

You can turn on a simple fade out/fade in animation, if you want to.

Style

You can style your arrow here, choose its colors for Normal and Hover state, make it bigger or smaller, etc... using our Style manager →

Title font
  • Shows - You can set whether to show the description or not.
  • Font - pick the description font here using our Font manager →
  • Description
    • Shows - You can set whether to show the description or not.
    • Font - pick the description font here using our Font manager →
    Size
    • Width Expert - The length of the bar (if the Full width option is turned on).
    • Full width - If you want to specify your bar's width, turn this on (if you are watching it in simple mode, the width is defaultly 100%). When it's turned off, your bar's width will be just as much as it needs for your title's text.
    • Overlay Expert - If you put the bar outside your slider, and you don't want it to be included in your slider's size, you just want it to float over the content, then turn this option on. (Simple visualization: put the bar in top of your slider, then check the Preview with and without this option turned on.)
    Separator

    This is the text between the title and the description in the bar to separate them.

    Align Expert

    If the Full width option is turned on, you can align your text in your bar.

    Vertical

    Display Expert

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

    Position

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

    • Stack - The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
    • Offset - This is how far your bar 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.
    Animate

    You can turn on a simple fade out/fade in animation, if you want to.

    Style

    You can style your arrow here, choose its colors for Normal and Hover state, make it bigger or smaller, etc... using our Style manager →

    Title font

    Choose the font of your title here, and you can set how it will appear using our Font manager →

    Description font

    You can choose to not to show the description. If you do show it, pick its font here, and you can style the font using our Font manager →

    Size
    • Width - The length of the bar (if the Full width option is turned on).
    • Height Expert - If you want to specify your bar's width, turn this on (if you are watching it in simple mode, the width is defaultly 100%). When it's turned off, your bar's width will be just as much as it needs for your title's text.
    • Overlay Expert - If you put the bar outside your slider, and you don't want it to be included in your slider's size, you just want it to float over the content, then turn this option on. (Simple visualization: put the bar in top of your slider, then check the Preview with and without this option turned on.)