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I would like to move the Revolution slider currently in a widget within the #content div to appear directly below the nav bar, at full-width, on all pages on the site http://educulture.com/
The Rev slider help page (http://codecanyon.net/item/slider-revolution-responsive-wordpress-plugin/2751380/support) says :
In order to include the slider inside a theme’s page template you can use this php. Please add it where you want the slider to appear (maybe replace your old slider (ask for theme author’s help if needed)): <?php putRevSlider(“SLIDERALIAS”) ?>
Could anyone advise exactly where and how to paste in that PHP line?
I saw Brad's advice on http://www.studiopress.community/topic/full-width-image-or-slider/ but that isn't quite what I require (Brad is referencing an image not a slider)
Thanks Anita for a superfast reply. That works well for me, however do you know how I can adapt it so that I can assign specific sliders to specific pages? At the moment it pulls the default slider ('home') onto every page after the header.
Unfortunately I don't. I answered the initial question with what I thought was the best answer for what you requested - "seen on all pages." The Soliloquy Slider uses shortcodes. Does your slider use shortcodes? Can you create more than one type of slider with that? I am thinking instead of doing it the way I suggested, you would need to add a site-wide widget area, use Text Widgets and possibly Widget Logic to indicate the pages/posts you want it to show up on. Or you would need a more seasoned developer such as Brad to custom code something for you.
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Thanks - yes I didn't word the OP too well - what I meant was a slider on all pages, but not the same one (I should have realised this would happen when I added the specific slider reference in Simple Hooks).
Yes, Revolution Slider does use shortcodes, I will look into the widget approach you suggest.
One final question - any idea how I would keep this newly-added slider ONLY on the homepage?
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