Basic Editing of Text, Links, Images & Backgrounds

In this video tutorial part of the manual we take a look at the two ways you can create a new module ready to start editing in the module editor.

If you prefer reading over watching, check out the written version of our Manual:

Manual

Basic Editing Overview

Basic Editing of Text, Links, Images & Backgrounds

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Dirk Gavor

Slider Revolution high priest on the mission to find the line between not enough coffee and just a little too much coffee. Same with beer.

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4 thoughts on “Basic Editing of Text, Links, Images & Backgrounds

  1. cant make the rest oof my site. i ahve the 3 animated sliders…i want it to scroll dow nfor more content. How? Where do I write the rest?

    1. Thanks for reaching out! We’d be happy to help with your request. In order for us to look into this further, please submit a ticket on our support website here: https://support.sliderrevolution.com . This way we can ensure a prompt and efficient resolution for you. Let us know if you have any further questions or concerns. Thanks for using Slider Revolution!

    1. Hi Roberta,

      Thank you for your comment!

      In Slider Revolution, while you can adjust background images to some extent, we typically recommend using layers for more diverse and flexible positioning options, especially when considering responsiveness across various devices.

      Using Layers Instead of Background: By adding an image as a layer instead of a background, you’ll have more control over its position and size on different devices. You can easily adjust the layer’s size, position, and other attributes specifically for desktop, tablet, and mobile views.

      Responsive Settings: If you still prefer to use the image as a background, you can adjust its position using the responsive settings in Slider Revolution. Go to the slide’s main settings, find the ‘Background’ section, and you’ll see options for background size (like cover, contain, etc.) and background position (like center center, left top, etc.). You can adjust these settings for each responsive mode (desktop, tablet, mobile) to make sure your background image looks great on all devices.

      Custom CSS: For more advanced adjustments, you can also use custom CSS to position and size the background image exactly as you want it.

      If you have any other questions or need further assistance, please let us know. We’re here to help ensure your sliders look fantastic on every device!

      Best regards,

      Dirk @ Slider Revolution

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