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The above message is displayed, if I logout as admin. Rest of the members are not able to log on at all

Secondly, there is a centre stipe, I want to disable the text and background completely. I just want the image to be there. How do I do

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7 hours ago, DirectorECI said:

The above message is displayed, if I logout as admin. Rest of the members are not able to log on at all

Is the issue with swiper slider?

7 hours ago, DirectorECI said:

 Secondly, there is a centre stipe, I want to disable the text and background completely. I just want the image to be there. How do I do

leave the slider title and content fields empty and you will have the image slider only

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7 hours ago, TAMAN said:

Is the issue with swiper slider?

Yes. with SLider. It is when I disable it, the site works fine. BTW, as admin I do not have any problem in access, whereas other groups have that problem and this message is displayed

7 hours ago, TAMAN said:

leave the slider title and content fields empty and you will have the image slider only

I have kept both empty. It display a bar in between. See the attached image1342866987_Screenshot2018-04-1009_27_05.thumb.png.514c2f1160dd7107adb5d5190492ef25.png

This is the screen which is displayed

Screenshot 2018-04-10 09.29.32.png

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Just now, DirectorECI said:

Yes. with SLider. It is when I disable it, the site works fine. BTW, as admin I do not have any problem in access, whereas other groups have that problem and this message is displayed

Does it happen when you add custom sliders or feeds from IPS applications?

 

Just now, DirectorECI said:

I have kept both empty. It display a bar in between. See the attached image

Sorry,

You would also need to leave the "Content custom CSS" field empty 

it is in the Settings >Effects & Colors 

 

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3 minutes ago, TAMAN said:
39 minutes ago, DirectorECI said:

 

Does it happen when you add custom sliders or feeds from IPS applications?

It happens with both as far as I can see.

 

3 minutes ago, TAMAN said:

Sorry,

You would also need to leave the "Content custom CSS" field empty 

it is in the Settings >Effects & Colors 

Yes, I did tried that, but the centre panel remains. But even if that works, it means that we cannot have mix of both images and content together?

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32 minutes ago, DirectorECI said:

It happens with both as far as I can see.

 

Yes, I did tried that, but the centre panel remains. But even if that works, it means that we cannot have mix of both images and content together?

Not sure what you trying to do here 

dont you want to show the slider images only?

if so then leaving out the slider title and the slider content including the content custom CSS field should show the slider images only

the Slider Content custom CSS is global if you set that empty it wont show on any sliders it is meant to add some background colors and borders

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Just now, DirectorECI said:

Yes, the error appears when feed is added

feed from what exactly

please add details so i can reproduce the issue

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Just now, DirectorECI said:

I had put the feeds from Pages. 

Just tested and it works without any issues 

Are you on latest version of the application? 

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And your application does not have an option for disabling it on clubs

And also Links does have discernible text and I don't know how to set it up for accessibility

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