I can't disable the front page slide show. I got to Settings and uncheck both "Show slideshow" and "Include slideshow javascript code" and hit Save Configuration. The page refreshes and both items are selected again. I tried this multiple times and still having the same issue.

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gtsopour’s picture

Assigned: Unassigned » gtsopour

Hello Paul,
do you still encounter this issue? - it is very strange.
Could you try please disable/enable Corporate Clean theme or clear your Drupal's cache through Administer » Site configuration » Performance » Clear cached data?


fujishooter’s picture

I did try clean the cache but it didn't help. It's weird because I use sub themes of Corporate Clean in two different places, on two different servers, and one lets me turn of the slideshow and the other doesn't. I finally copied the Corporate Clean page.tpl.php to the sub theme with the problem and I deleted the Banner region which I wasn't planning on using anyway. I don't like taking a club to things but I'm under time pressure to get the site ready for use.

lsabug’s picture

I'm having the same issue with 7x-2 on Drupal 7.17 and have cleared cache but reverts to enabled. Am also using a custom page.tpl.php for my subtheme.

erik.fl’s picture

Version: 7.x-1.5 » 7.x-2.2
Priority: Normal » Minor

I'm having the same problem with disabling the slide show on front page not only on one but two different sites. I tried everything clearing cache, disabling theme, and a couple others and still the same. Since I was sub-theme anyways I eventually did the same thing as fujishooter and created another sub-theme with the banner deleted in the page.tpl.php, worked like a charm. Everything else seemed to be working like disabling site name in theme and using different logo and favicon. I don't know if this helps but I was running a multisite Drupal 7 with main site having the slide show and the subdomian.domain.com site using no slideshow.

I also want to that you for making such a great theme on Drupal as they seem to be very few. Much appropriated, you have done an excellent job. I'm planning on buying your Corporate Classy for my next project.

pluess’s picture

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Same thing here. Subtheme and unable to switch off the slide show. After saving the settings they are still enabled.

I do get a number of error messages in the log. I added the most recent entries of my watchdog db table. (If you know a better way of reporting ~30 log entries here, just let me know).

For now I'm also going to tweak page.tpl.php.

webservant316’s picture

same problem here with a corporateclean subtheme. I don't like to mess with module code either, but I just edited page.tpl.php and removed the code that displayed the banner.

macster76’s picture

I have the same problem with a CorporateClean subtheme. When I change the color settings for the subtheme (Home » Administration » Appearance » Settings) the changes are saved and applied (to the site based on the subtheme), but a change to the slideshow settings (specifically the 'Effect duration') is neither saved nor applied. The only way I have found to change the slideshow setting is via the original CorporateClean settings, rather than via the CorporateClean subtheme settings. I assume I need to edit a line in a file and/or copy more files from the theme to the subtheme directories, but I can't work out what's missing. If anyone could help that would be much appreciated.

danbarron’s picture

Just adding another 'me too' here. But mine's a little different.

I created a subtheme, and all the settings are saved in the Settings screened, and they all work independently of the base theme *except* the slideshow settings. These it still seems to be getting from the base theme. When I change it there, it changes my subtheme.

One thing that would help is a clear list of what files you need to copy and what ones get inherited from.

I copied theme-settings.php and changed all instances of corporateclean to my subtheme name. In desperation I also copyied template.php and did the same thing though I don't think this should be necessary...?

JohnnyW’s picture

Issue summary: View changes

I just deleted the second and third slide, plus navigation code in the: so basically it looks like this now:

<!-- #banner -->
<div id="banner">

	<?php print render($page['banner']); ?>
    <?php if (theme_get_setting('slideshow_display','corporateclean')): ?>
    <?php if ($user->uid == 0 && $is_front): ?>
    <!-- #slideshow -->
    <div id="slideshow">
        <div class="slider-item">
            <div class="content container_12">
            	<div class="grid_12">
                <!--slider-item content-->
                <div style="float:right; padding:0 0 0 30px;">
                <img class="masked" src="<?php print base_path() . drupal_get_path('theme', 'corporateclean') ;?>/mockup/slider-3.jpg"/>
                <h2>Website Name</h2>
              Welcome.... blah blah....!
                <div style="display:block; padding:10px 0 10px 0;"><a class="more" href="user/register">Register Now!</a></div>
                <!--EOF:slider-item content-->
    <!-- EOF: #slideshow -->
   <?php endif; ?>
  <?php endif; ?> 

</div><!-- EOF: #banner -->

<!-- #content -->

Is there anything wrong with doing it like this?

Of course, I didn't want a slide show... at all.

And I limited my "slide show" to one slide, on only the homepage, and only for anonymous.

HeBD’s picture

i fixed this by changing all the theme_get_setting('xyz', 'corporateclean') in the .tpl.php to theme_get_setting('xyz')
i think the problem was that the settings for corporateclean were being changed, not the settings for the sub-theme.

JohnnyW’s picture

But are there any side-effects for the way I did it, I might not be aware of... regarding #9.


Stevel’s picture

I believe this is a special-case of #2462295: Some theme settings are not working with subthemes, so added that as the parent issue.