Control variables

You can use these variables at the Advanced positioning of your Controls:

  • outerwidth - The width of the slider with widgets.
  • outerheight - The height of the slider with widgets.
  • width - The width of the slider without widgets.
  • height - The height of the slider without widgets.
  • autoplayheight - The height of the autoplay.
  • autoplaywidth - The width of the autoplay.
  • barheight - The height of the bar.
  • barwidth - The width of the bar.
  • bulletheight - The height of the bullets.
  • bulletwidth - The width of the bullets.
  • htmlheight - The height of the html widget.
  • htmlwidth - The width of the html widget.
  • indicatorheight - The height of the indicator.
  • indicatorwidth - The width of the indicator.
  • marginbottom - Bottom margin of the slider.
  • marginleft - Left margin of the slider.
  • marginright - Right margin of the slider.
  • margintop - Top margin of the slider.
  • nextheight - The height of the next arrow.
  • nextwidth - The width of the next arrow.
  • previousheight - The height of the previous arrow.
  • previouswidth - The width of the previous arrow.
  • shadowheight - The height of the shadow.
  • shadowwidth - The width of the shadow.
  • thumbnailheight - The height of the thumbnail.
  • thumbnailwidth - The width of the thumbnail.

Example

Position the autoplay control in the center

To put a control in the center, you will need to position it half the size of the slider lower, but then it would be too low, so you have to put half of it's size higher. This can be done with the height, width, autoplayheight and autoplaywidth variables. It doesn't matter, if you position it from the left or right, bottom or top, because middle is middle from every side.

So the half of the slider's width is width/2, and the half autoplay width should be removed: width/2-autoplaywidth/2. This will be the horizontal position. Then the half of the slider's height is height/2, and by removing half of the autoplay's height we have the vertical position too: height/2-autoplayheight/2 

Add vertical thumbnail

Now I want vertical thumbnails instead of the arrows I had, but the autoplay doesn't look so well in the center of the slider, it should be rather in the center of the space left.

To do this, you will only have to move the autoplay button half the size of the thumbnails to the right, so by giving thumbnailwidth/2 to the horizontal position: width/2-autoplaywidth/2+thumbnailwidth/2 

(You can also use numbers in your formula, and those will be pixels in the calculation.)