55 comments

  1. Love the mural but the slider doesn’t change anything that I can see. I know Debbie has used it before and when slid, the photo is different. Whatever. The mural’s great on its own. πŸ™‚

    janet

    1. I realised what it was meant to do when Margaret tipped me off, Janet. In my ignorance I thought I had to mingle 2 separate images. No worries – I’ll get the hang of it eventually. There’s no one more trying than me 🀣🀣🀣

  2. Great mural Jo but what’s the slidey thing for? πŸ™‚ I don’t want to change my blog and haven’t got the patience to experiment so I revert to ‘Classic’ whenever I do a post – even that’s been tricky enough to get my head round since the changes but at least it works and my blog stays the same

    1. It’s just an interesting effect, Eunice. Nice if you want to ring the changes and give a photo impact. You just select the same image twice in the right media box and it does the rest itself πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ’•

      1. Thanks but that’s just about as clear as mud : ) πŸ™‚ I can see what you mean from your side of things but for me all the slidey thing does is move from one side to the other and nothing changes. I’m glad I can still use Classic, I don’t think I could cope with anything else! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      2. Initially I thought you had to put 2 different photos in and marry them together but it’s so much simpler than that. Just insert the same photo in the 2 spaces provided and hey presto! To be used sparingly, I think πŸ€£πŸ’•

      1. Except as I mentioned to Margaret the other day, this slider does not work on the WP App. OK in the browser though. You would think WP would test these features in the app

    1. Initially I thought you had to marry up 2 different images, Margaret, so I really struggled. Nifty, isn’t it? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Me? I’ve raced off into the distance!

      1. I’m slow on the uptake and didn’t realise I needed to use a filter, or whatever. I like the fact that it expands the size of the image to fit the screen, but I’ll try and use it properly next time 😦

      2. Ah, I understand now! Actually, you can expand and reduce the size of any image you use, simply by dragging it to the size you want. Where I fall down is dragging each image to exactly the same size.

      3. Exactly! I did know you could do that but there must be a way to ‘set’ the size of your image for regular use, but I’ve not experimented. Working on a ‘need to know’ basis. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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