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Revolution slider loading slow
  • It appears that the
    slider loads slow for some reason. Even on your demo site, the theme loads the
    header, the menu, the content, and then slides the content down once the slider

    Is there a way to

    1) have the slider load
    before the content, or (perhaps preferably)

    2) load a whitespace
    where the slider will load so that the content won't get slide down after the
    slider finally load?


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  • Thank you for letting me know.

    I found a solution that works for me. Your mileage may very, and I have not yet tested this solution on devices other than desktop (i.e. tablet or phone).

    You can in fact force a whitespace to load as a placeholder until the slider does its job. I find this preferable to the lower section of the page loading and then sliding down when the slider loads. You just need to add the following code to your custom css:

    #mfn-rev-slider { min-height:XX.px; }

       where XX is the height of your slider images (assuming all are the same height). Mine are 390 px tall so I added #mfn-rev-slider { min-height:390px; } and it worked well enough.