I'm presently utilizing a modified version of the theme to show a yearly report:
I can not link the report as our project manager really wants to keep your site private until launch.
The project manager is worrying of the strange loading pattern where some content within the features slider turns up prior to the first slide for any couple of seconds, before the page is totally loaded. I don't have this issue myself.
Could anybody explain why this can be happening, and just how I possibly could repair it? Could I use a wordpress plugin that will pre-load the whole page or something like that like this?
I attempted a picture pre-loader wordpress plugin that didn't solve the issue.
Many slider mobile phones use a technique where all the submissions are loaded within the html, something similar to:
<div id="slider"> <div class="pane"> content </div> <div class="pane"> content </div> <div class="pane"> content </div> </div>
As the height and width from the mixture of the 3 individual pane levels and sizes, it will likely be bigger than your slider wrapper div. For individuals who don't use JS, this is exactly what they'll see. This is regarded as elegant degradation, whereby they're not going to obtain the fancy slider, however they still will have the ability to begin to see the content.
When the JS loads within the page, the slider script probably is applicable CSS rules to limit how big the viewable slider area. The slider will probably get height and width parameters as well as an overflow declaration, something similar to:
width:200px; height:200px; overflow:hidden;
Once individuals rules work, the slider will appear because it should. Until that occurs, your slider will appear nothing beats a slider and every one of this content is going to be viewable in an exceedingly ugly fashion.
Exactly why any project manager is seeing it in a different way than you might be because of different connection speeds or individual browser incongruencies. It may sound in my experience much like your slider is working, you simply would like it to make a move it's not designed to do.
I believe you may have the ability to hack this to operate how you want with the addition of rules like the ones I demonstrated above towards the that contains div inside your CSS style sheet.
I understand you can't publish the url here, but when you are able to publish or connect to some JS, HTML, and/or CSS for that slider (or perhaps the slider script utilized in this project), we may constitute more help.