Basics Of Slider Revolution Plugin In WordPress Part 1 Of 3

Basics Of Slider Revolution Plugin In WordPress Part 1 Of 3

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Are you trying to figure out all of the options in Slider Revolution (Rev Slider)? Here’s a quick video to show you some of the absolute basics. Have fun!

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5 Replies to “Basics Of Slider Revolution Plugin In WordPress Part 1 Of 3”

  1. Hi i am facing this error can you suggest me any solution.

    Revolution Slider Error: You have some jquery.js library include that comes after the revolution files js include.
    This includes make eliminates the revolution slider libraries, and make it not work.

    To fix it you can:
    1. In the Slider Settings -> Troubleshooting set option: Put JS Includes To Body option to true.
    2. Find the double jquery.js include and remove it.

  2. This was so helpful! Thanks for making this. It really helped me figure out how to use this for the first time. I can’t wait to go and play around with these features!

  3. hi.. thank you for this tutorial. I have a question. i’m currently using – ULTRA
    The Themify is a drag and drop builder the allows you to visually see the changes you are doing straight away. This is important to me as i’m not a coder. I have come across the Slider Revolution and i would like to use this slider feature for my home page top banner

    I’m have concerns regarding purchasing the plugin as I’m unsure how to actually place the feature where i want it and on what page. All tutorials are showing how to use the Slider Rev but not actually how to place it where you want in a page layout.

    i hope i’m king sense of this. I do apologise and I would appreciate the help and guidance.


  4. thank you for this video. i had a question: can you link individual pages in this plugin? kinda like a horizontal navigation of all page sections such as employees, about, contact etc?

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