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July 10, 2018 at 6:40 pm #32036jewelsdesignworksParticipant
Hello, I am trying to add a more customized look and feel to my homepage with revolution slider. I tried creating a page called “homepage slider” with the rev slider shortcode pasted in it, but when I selected that page from the customizer, it did not load the slider. What is the best way for me to add it? Thank you!July 11, 2018 at 5:17 am #32048acmesupportsModerator
Sorry, we don`t have a feature of revolution slider in our themes.
Best Regards!July 11, 2018 at 3:14 pm #32076jewelsdesignworksParticipant
Can you help guide me as to where I would paste the code to display the rev slider where the sliders currently are? I would like it to display just like your sliders behind the three featured column boxes. Which file would I edit to paste in the rev slider code? Would it be the /acmethemes/hooks/header.php file? And where would I paste the code/replace any existing code inside the file?
The embedding options are as follows:
For the pages or posts editor insert the shortcode: [rev_slider alias=”homepage”]
From the widgets panel drag the “Revolution Slider” widget to the desired sidebar
From the theme html use: <?php putRevSlider( ‘homepage’ ); ?>
To add the slider only to homepage use: <?php putRevSlider(‘homepage’, ‘homepage’); ?>
To add the slider on specific pages or posts use: <?php putRevSlider(‘homepage’, ‘2,10’); ?>July 12, 2018 at 5:51 am #32089acmesupportsModerator
Please send us the customization request for it.
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