Rapid Fire Overview

Slider Revolution can do a LOT, but we can still summarize it for you simply!

We’re going to be getting into some nitty-gritty on using Slider Revolution. But before we do let's boil everything Slider Revolution does into the simplest possible form with this video so you have some context as we go forward.

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

Manual

Rapid Fire Overview

Rapid Fire Overview

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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 “Rapid Fire Overview

    1. Hi,

      checking your website it looks like your Visual Composer / WP Bakery plugin is turned off. All shortcodes that begin with [vc_ are from that plugin. I hope this information can help you!

      If you still think this is something Slider Revolution related please open a ticket via https://support.sliderrevolution.com

      Cheers, Dirk @ Slider Revolution

  1. The plugin looks great. I’ve used it several times, but I’m trying to find out if it’s possible to chain different movements to an image.

    1. Hi Jeff,

      Thanks for your comment on the Rapid Fire Overview post. I’m glad you’re enjoying the plugin!

      To answer your question, yes, it is possible to chain different movements to an image in Slider Revolution. You can do this by using the Animations panel in the layer editor.

      To add a new animation to an image, click on the Add Animation button and select the animation you want to use. You can then customize the animation settings to your liking.

      Once you have added one or more animations to an image, you can chain them together by clicking on the Chain button and selecting the order in which you want the animations to play.

      Here are some examples of how you can chain different movements to an image:

      You could make an image zoom in and then fade out.
      You could make an image slide left and then slide right.
      You could make an image rotate clockwise and then rotate counterclockwise.
      The possibilities are endless!

      I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions at https://support.sliderrevolution.com

      Best, Dirk @ Slider Revolution

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