Place an amazing team member slider in post/page/portfolio post.
Show Pagination – Select ON to show pagination in slider.
Pagination Style – Select pagination style (Dot Style, Line Style or Round Style)
Pagination Color Style – Select Pagination Color Style (Dark Style or Light Style)
Show Navigation – Select ON to show navigation in slider.
Navigation Style – Select Navigation Style (Next/Prev Black Arrow or Next/Prev White Arrow)
Cursor Color Style – Select Cursor Color Style (White Cursor, Black Cursor or Default Cursor)
Set number of items to show per slide for Desktop / Tablet / Mobile devices.
Autoplay – Set TRUE to autoplay slider
Slider ID – Define element id (The id attribute specifies a unique id for an HTML element)
Slider Extra Class – Add additional CSS class to this element if you wish, you can define multiple CSS class with use of space like “Class1 Class2”
Step 6: Click on “+” button as show in below image to add slide for Team member slider.
Step 7: Click on “Add Team Member Slide” as showing in below image.
Step 8: Follow below inputs/settings and see “Team Member Slider” preview in frontend.
Team Image – Upload your team member image
Team Member Title – Name of your team members
Team Member Designation – Designation or position of your team member
Team Member Headline – Any specific headline text about your team member
Show Separator – Set yes if you would like to display separator as per the style you have chosen
Short Content – Short description summary about your team member
Title Text Color – Text color for your team member name
Designation Text Color – Text color for your team member designation / position
Show Facebook Icon – Set Yes to show Facebook icon and enter Facebook profile url of the team member
Show Twitter Icon – Set Yes to show Twitter icon and enter Twitter profile url of the team member
Show Google+ Icon – Set Yes to show Google+ icon and enter Google+ profile url of the team member
Animation Style – Select your desired animation style from the list provided
Extra ID – Define element id (The id attribute specifies a unique id for an HTML element)
Extra Class – Add additional CSS class to this element if you wish, you can define multiple CSS class with use of space like “Class1 Class2”