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Trying to remove HTML Scrolling Banner Slider
HTML Slider Remove
hookedontoys




msg:4539126
 1:43 am on Jan 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

I have a retail webpage I'm managing and trying to clean up redundant design: www.example.com. Currently there are two scrolling "sliders", I just want to have one; two seems excessive! There are multiple .aspx files for the header, header_home, default, etc. I've tried removing anything with div.specialsinner as that is what comes up when I do that Inspect Element option on the site. The top small special slider with the two red arrows is what I'm trying to remove.

When I tried deleting these codes but it took all the sliders off and messed up the layout of the page:

<div id="container_banner">
<div id="content_banner">
<div id="bannerslider">

I did find on header.aspx file a div.specialsinner, deleted it, and nothing happened. If there is anything further that I can provide to help this make more sense, let me know. Thank you in advance for your time!

[edited by: bill at 3:54 am (utc) on Jan 25, 2013]
[edit reason] No links to your sites please as per TOS [/edit]

 

lucy24




msg:4539141
 3:11 am on Jan 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

You're going to need to quote the relevant code. Not the whole thing! just the part that applies to the problem. A moderator will be along shortly to delete the link to your site. This is always a no-no-- unless, possibly, your site is w3c dot org or similar. It goes double in the coding-help forums because people coming along in the future need to see the problem as originally posted, not what the site might look like in 2015.

:: detour to site, as long as it's here ::

Uhm. I would think scrolling sliders are the least of your problems. How 'bout simply recoding it from scratch?

hookedontoys




msg:4539304
 5:16 pm on Jan 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

Good to know, thank you!

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