@Anton Babich I used to think the same thing. However, once you spend a little time with this implementation of Rev Slider, it becomes way flexible. However, it is a bit overwhelming when you are trying to learn all the features on DMS and Rev. I wish there was a good tutorial for it but I'll try to help here and hopefully it will save you some time and headaches. I've been down the RevSlider plugin route with DMS1 and it didn't really work that great for me.
Start by dropping in the Rev Slider fullwidth section/canvas. Add your "Slide Background Image" (required). Leave all the other options for the slide alone until you get to "Slide Extra Captions" and then add the code below.
Breaking down this code is... class="caption (must be included to show element) rvslide-opt1(custom CSS class provided below) sft (in animation for element, don't include if you don't want element animated). the x, y and data speed/start are pretty straight forward.
This is the list of animations. All the data-easing codes plus more information can be found at http://www.orbis-ing...mentation.html#!/markup.
- animation class
sft - Short from Top
sfb - Short from Bottom
sfr - Short from Right
sfl - Short from Left
lft - Long from Top
lfb - Long from Bottom
lfr - Long from Right
lfl - Long from Left
fade - fading
Code for "Slide Extra Captions" area.
<div class="caption rvslide-opt1 sft" data-x="center" data-y="100" data-speed="700" data-start="1700" data-easing="easeOutBack">KICKSTART YOUR WEBSITE</div>
<div class="caption rvslide-opt2 lft" data-x="center" data-y="142" data-speed="500" data-start="1900" data-easing="easeOutBack">WITH SLIDER REVOLUTION!</div>
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Then add this next bit of code to your custom CSS area (not in the slide but in the main CSS area).
Code for Custom CSS. Note that you will need to change the font family(ies) to whatever fonts you might have loaded to your site.
font-family: 'Montez', cursive;
This turns out to be a very easy/quick and powerful tool as you don't have to mess with positioning the text by sliding it around etc. I highly recommend working with this before you go to installing RevSlider plugin. Hope this helps.