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Any idea why my scrolling images are not showing??

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I have used this theme Support for Lawyers - Responsive Business Wordpress Theme

Added scrolling images, removed the header and guff and now the slider image is not showing at all??
Anyone have any idea why
site is http://amandawatson.com.au/hamish/
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to view the site...
Please help, why isn't it working
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Question by:Amanda Watson
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by:Raghav
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Hi,

I do not see slider data in the code.

Please check theme customization and make sure if you have added slider and images. Save and publish the changes.

Theme document will help you in this.

Good luck with that.

--Raghav.
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by:Amanda Watson
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I have done all of that and it still won't show.
I have checked checked checked.
Its a joke.

Why on earth are they not showing
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by:Raghav
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Are you using any third-party plugins? other than what is provided by the theme?

If yes, then try disabling them.

Also check if the WordPress and theme are updated to their latest version.

--Raghav.
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Julian Hansen earned 500 total points
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Your page appears to be using flexslider and binding to these two classes

.flexslider-home
.flexslider-testimonials

But you don't have any elements with those classes - it does not appear you have put any slides on the page
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by:Raghav
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What happens when you preview this page from "Pages" section on the left side of the WP Admin Dashboard?

Please make sure you have set your home page to static and have selected the "front page" or "My Front Page" from the drop-down menu as your home page.

This you can change from Settings > General

Let me know if it helps.

--Raghav.
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by:Amanda Watson
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It appears the site builder had to fix it....all could have been the reason.  One seems more seemly than others, as there was defineatly images in the slider
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by:Amanda Watson
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Thanks
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by:Julian Hansen
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You are welcome.
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