I have searched throughtout the forum for it but could not find:
I have issues with buttons to link to other pages of the site on the Revolution Slider.
I add my layer then my button, here is my (lastest ) button code ( I have tried many many different ones:
” a href=prix-soins-dentaires-hongrie/devis-soins-dentaires-en-hongrie; class=’tp-button blue small’>Devis Gratuits /a ”
(I took out the > and < otherwise the code was not showing )
It just won’t go into the page I want it keeps on rebooting the page.
Thanks for yoru help.
I don’t think you have your a href link set up correctly. It should include “” wrapping around your URL.
Hope this helps.
As I said earlier I have tried it just about every single format, adding the ” doesn’t do it.
All my buttons on the revolution slider are useless ! Thanks for your answer .
please have a look :
It looks like there are layers on top of your buttons, the top layer seems to be the background image. Try shuffling these around. I have not come across that error before, please can you reply with your login details so I can take a further look into this? Be sure to set your reply to private also.
There must be some code within your slider that is knocking things out as I created a test slider, put the same button code in and it was clickable first time. I also thing you may have a plugin confliction as elements like editing the CSS for the slider within the settings does not work either. I recommend de-activating each of your plugins one-by-one to find one that may be conflicting.
Please let me know how you get on.
I tried all that and I could not figure it out.
the only thing I could see was that the option “link” was enabled and i could not disable it .
I had no conflict with pluggins.
So I redid a fresh revolutionslider paying special care to the depth and trying to fiddle as little as possible with it and it worked fine.
I think that they may have been some kind of layer issue since on the problem version, i had some layers positionning themselves in -positions (x or Y ) althou it was still appearing…
So No absolute answer to the issue, but it now solved anyway.
thanks for the help.
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