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Adding caption text for each image in the jQuery Slider

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I have installed the software, the jQuery slider of the pure javascript version.

How i want to place text under each image? This is because i want to give a short brief of the images displayed.
Suha  5 years ago   viewed: 31611    

7 Answers

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Just add the caption element inside the <li> element. Please refer to the stylesheet code in the download package to see how they are styled. Also don't forget to give the caption a font-size as the slider's wrapper UL has been set font-size:0 that will be inherited by its children.
John
  5 years ago
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I would like to add text (not caption)below on every thumb ,how could it do? ,i tried adding text ,div below thumbnail ,but its not working ,any suggestions?
Uday
  2 years ago
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The slider's CSS has set its wrapper, UL, font-size:0 that will be inherited by all its children. So you need to give your caption or text DIV the font size back such as font-size:16px;

Milo   2 years ago
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Sorry guys, but I'm not so good in styling, can someone show me how he did it, cause I want to add a link with the name of the image, and I dont know exactly how, I added <p>, <a> and <div> element inside the li tag I put them font size 16px and color but they are not showing. I'm using the first demo slide horizontal one for thumbnails. Thank you

Teodor   7 months ago
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Ups my fault its working but I need to give it margin top to my div, but the slider box height is a problem cause my text is hiding

Teodor   7 months ago
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This didn't work for me.  Got any other suggestions?

John Phillips
  3 years ago
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Sorry, I just needed to put a font size and color in the css to make it show up.

John Phillips
  3 years ago

   

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