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Full Width Slider (not bg image)

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bobnotrob    0
bobnotrob

I purchased the Revolution Slider plugin, thinking I would be able to create a full width image slider; however, after setting it up the slider works to span only the full width of the content and not the full width of the browser window.

 

I have the Site Design Mode configured right now to Full Width Sections but am not sure how to capitalize on this with the REvolution Slider. I setup the Slider as a widget in the Full Width Sidebar.

 

This is what it looks like now:

http://imgur.com/RW9DQ

 

Did I just waste my money with this plugin? Please help.

BOB 

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bobnotrob

I'm going to stick to the Quickslider for now. Thanks, though, Catrina.

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I purchased the Revolution Slider plugin, thinking I would be able to create a full width image slider; however, after setting it up the slider works to span only the full width of the content and not the full width of the browser window.

 

I have the Site Design Mode configured right now to Full Width Sections but am not sure how to capitalize on this with the REvolution Slider. I setup the Slider as a widget in the Full Width Sidebar.

 

This is what it looks like now:

http://imgur.com/RW9DQ

 

Did I just waste my money with this plugin? Please help.

BOB 

 

You might need to call Revolution from a contentbox, and not within the page's "content" (shortcode).

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