Anything Slider: disable link on hover
# March 8, 2013 at 12:26 pm
i have a page that has an ‘anything slider’ image running on it. i want to just remove the hyper link associated to it when image is hovered over. i tried deleting files related to this, but i can’t seem to find them all, as the area is still hyperlinked with url. any help would be appreciated.
alx# March 8, 2013 at 6:02 pm
yeah, sorry, i’m not familiar with the inner workings of the “anything slider” or most code in general.
i’m basically trying to find the file that has the url details so i can delete it (and if i figure this out maybe i can exchange the link with my own.) anyway, this is the page:
the ‘slider’ box is at top and is disabled from moving. the hyperlink is what i just want out (or replaced) i figured i could just find an html file and that would be that, but nooooooooo, it has to be complicated. ;)
i don’t know what other details one needs. let me know.# March 8, 2013 at 7:50 pm
When I checked this url (ext/jquery/jquery-1.7.2.min.js) the file doesn’t exist. So fix that first, then share a specific example, like this url (http://….) is what I want, and this ___ is what I want to do with it.# March 8, 2013 at 9:42 pm
okay, what i did was re-enable the “ext” named folder which had the js query files. i put the original banner image back as well. so this is how it looked originally at:
so basically, i just wanted to use my own banner image AND, if possible, change the image hyper link, which went to http://phonemember.com, with my own url.
so, if i knew where/how to ‘change’ url links, that’s all i wanted to do.
alex# March 9, 2013 at 12:05 am
Umm, the image link is pointing to your site : http://cellphoneretailprofits.com/redirect.php?action=banner&goto=5
The link redirect needs to be changed in the “redirect.php” file **not** the image slider.# March 9, 2013 at 10:29 am
actually, my site is a replicate site of phonemember.com (where redirect is actually going to.) so as an affiliate, you can see why i don’t want a redirect to that page. i checked out the redirect.php and it’s greek to me. here is what “redirect.php” file looks like at this link:
like i said prior, the image i want to use and link will be different. i have the image and know where that goes, i’m still at a loss as to where to put my replacement url details (into what file should it go.)
maybe i should say ‘how’ to put my url into ‘what’ file.# March 10, 2013 at 2:37 pm
-if anyone is interested- SOLVED IT
must be REALLY getting old and had my “duh” moment, i finally figured out where the associated links to the anything-slider images were. i checked the “install” folder that i deleted after setting up site, and looked through all the folders and files and found that the details i needed were found in the “SQL” file. so i just went to my cPanel (phpMyAdmin) and changed urls from there.
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