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    James Wright
    Participant

    Hi Andy,

    Question – Is it possible to have a scrolling logo section like what you see at this url? https://siyli.org/

    If you scroll down on the page, you’ll see the section termed, “Our Clients” & a list of scrolling logos. I’d like to create the same effect where the logos scroll slowly. Is this possible? I’d like to use it on my Speaker page at http://JamesWantsToKnowYou.com/Speaker & replace the currently grid of logos with a scrolling section like that of the site I mentioned. Let me know your thoughts…

    James

    #84522
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi James,

    Yes, you can use the Group Slider ( although it will cycle a group of them and not one at a time ).

    #84541

    James Wright
    Participant

    Hi Andy-

    Yea, I remembered that but I want to cycle them individually & slowly like what you see in the example. Is that possible – maybe through a custom change? : )

    James
    http://JamesWantsToKnowYou.com

    #84556
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi James,

    Actually, you could use the “Image Carousel”. Set the number of slides you want to display and then it should cycle one at a time. You can set a timeout too.

    #84561

    James Wright
    Participant

    H Andy-

    That just might work. I wish it was a smoother flow in movement but it will do. I’ll work on it today. Thanks!

    James

    #84565
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi James,

    Unfortunately it’s Visual Composer’s own one, it hasn’t had my meticulous touch on it haha.

    #84582

    James Wright
    Participant

    Hahaha – that’s okay. Question – is there a way to have the images I’m planning to use be grayscale but when you hover above them they show in color?

    James

    #84598
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately not with the “Image Carousel” element 🙁

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