[Support request] Create image slider on Woocommerce Single Product Pages

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    Brian

    Hi. Is there a way to create an image slider at the top of the Woocommerce single product pages.

    Generatepress seems to have only a default display in which the product gallery images appear in the left column at the top of product page. The first image is larger and the remaining product gallery images appear as thumbnails under the first image. We want to either modify this default display or remove it and insert a slider that uses the images from the product gallery.

    We are using Elementor pro to create a template for the single product pages. And then we’re using Elementor pro to modify each single product page.

    We have found a workaround to placing an image slider at the top of the product pages. We remove everything on the single product pages except the Woocommerce Product Description section (using either an Elementor template or remove_action php code). And then we add the image slider to the top of each product page using the Elementor Pro slider.

    We’re hoping that you guys have php code that will modify the default Generatepress image layout for Woocommerce single product pages so they are turned from static display to an image slider.

    I don’t think a 3rd party plugin will work to create the image slider. The plugins we’ve looked at add image sliders to pages or posts but not the single product page. And even if we found such a plugin it probably wouldn’t be compatible with Elementor.

    Thanks ahead of time for your assistance.

    #1228961

    Leo Customer Support

    Hi there,

    We’re hoping that you guys have php code that will modify the default Generatepress image layout for Woocommerce single product pages so they are turned from static display to an image slider.

    Unfortunately it’s not that simple. Sliders would normally require extensive coding with javascript.

    If you can find a way to use Elementor then that’s probably your best bet 🙂

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