There are different ways to set up the Feature Slider.
You will now see the Feature Slider with the two default Features on your new page. (By default, you will also see the PageLines Boxes underneath the Feature Slider. This is because the Feature Page template also has the PageLines Boxes section turned on by default.)
You will now see the Feature Slider on every page that it is active on.
Because the Feature Slider is displayed by default when you activate it, you will need to use this method for every page that you do not want the Feature Slider displayed.
You can also hide the Feature Slider by default, and choose the pages you want to show it on.
Now the Feature Slider will be hidden by default until you select to show it on the individual page.
Upload an image for the feature background.
Select the design style you would like this feature to have (e.g. default background color, text color, overlay? etc...)
Upload an image of the appropriate size for the feature media area.
Insert HTML, Embed Code From YouTube, Flash, etc...
When your Feature Navigation Mode is set to "Thumb Navigation," create an image 50px wide by 30px tall and upload here.
Adding a URL here will add a link to your feature slide
Enter the text you would like in your Feature Link URL
When your Feature Navigation Mode is set to "Feature Names," enter the title you would like to appear.
A Feature Set is what controls which Features are displayed on certain pages.
These settings will further customize the Feature Slider.
This will limit the number of Features that will appear in the Feature Slider, regardless of the number of Features assigned to the Feature Set.
Click the drop down to select a Feature Set.
This controls what the buttons for each Feature slide will look like.
This controls whether or not the Feature Slider will be manual or automatic.
This controls the amount of time in milliseconds that it takes for a Feature to transition to the next one.
Click the drop down to choose from 28 different transition effects.
When the Feature Slider is set to Automatic Mode, check this box to add a play/pause button to the Feature Slider. That way users can pause the automatic transitioning in order to watch a video, read a feature, etc..
The Feature Slider will by default use "Feature Post (custom post type)" slides that you create. As an alternative, you can set the Feature Post Source to show a category of regular Blog Posts instead of Feature Posts.
If your Feature Post Source is set to "Use Post Category," click the drop down to select the post category that you want to use.
To change the height of the Feature Slider, enter the height (in pixels) into the text box.
This controls whether features can move on to the screen while another is transitioning off. If checked, features will have to leave the screen before the next can transition on to it.