You can find this control at Slider settings → Controls tab.
Choose an arrow you would like to have. Here you can pick your own arrow image Pro, too.
The color of the arrow.
Hover and hover color
If you turn on the hover option, then you can choose a different color for when you hover over it with your cursor.
If it's turned on, the next arrow will be the same as the previous arrow, if not, you can pick another.
You can style your arrow here, choose its background colors for Normal and Hover state, make it bigger or smaller, etc..
Pick a position, where you would like to have your previous arrow in your slider.
- Stack - The order of the controls, which you put into the same position.
- Offset - This is how far your arrow will be from the selected position.
The same as the previous one, but for the next arrow.
The hover animation of the arrows.
Previous and Next alt
You can add alt tags to your image arrows.
Base64 encoded arrow images are loading faster and they are colorable. But optimization plugins often have errors in their codes related to them, so if your arrow won't load, turn this option off.
Image Width - Desktop Pro
The width of the arrow image on desktop
Image Width - Tablet Pro
The width of the arrow image on tablet
Image Width - Mobile Pro
The width of the arrow image on mobile
Shows on hover
This option will make your arrows only appear on desktop screen, when you hover your cursor over the slider. On tablet and mobile screen they will always be seen.
You can make your arrows invisible on Desktop, Tablet or Mobile view.
Hide on slides Pro
You can hide your arrow on specific slides separated by commas. Use the slide index (1 = first slide) instead of the slide ID.
Slide title Pro
You can set the font.
Image Bar Pro
The width of the arrow.
The background color of the arrow.
The slide's title can be displayed, and you can set its font and you can give it a background color.
This text will be on your previous arrow.
This text will be on your next arrow.