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how do you pause the bjqs slider based on screen size

Posted on 2015-02-20
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Hi,

I am using the bjqs slider on a website. The problem is that when you shrink the screen to simulate what the website will look like on a phone or tablet (responsive) the slider dissappears (which is supposed to) but still plays and then when you expand the screen again all the slides are laid over the  top of each other.

Is there a way to pause the slider when it dissappears?

Thanks
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Without a link to the page with the problem it is not likely you are going to get any kind of definitive solution.  As a guess I would say it is probably designed to do it that way and you will have to modify the code to change the behavior.  You might check the support site see if they can help with that.

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Great Thanks! Found it
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