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RevSlider not displaying under Add To Page

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redstate

I just upgraded my rockwallrocks.com from Framework to DMS2 and I'm trying to produce a new home page.

 

First, I have to produce a new homepage by hand, right? There's no simpler way to do it? (I never used DMS1 on this website).

 

Second, when I click on Add To Page, there are no sliders displaying down below. Where can I find Rev Slider? Looks like I have a problem.

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batman

Hi redstate

Please, you can take a look to this,  there are more information, perhaps help you. 

http://docs.pagelines.com


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redstate

I already have looked at it and can't find the answer. I know how to use DMS1 so can you just please tell me the setting necessary or where to find the RevSlider?

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Danny

The RevSlider is located where all other sections are. If you can't see it listed with the other sections, can you provide the following please.

 

* A link to the site in question

* Enable DMS debug mode (DMS Toolbar > Site Settings > Advanced)

* A screenshot of your sections via the DMS Toolbar


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redstate

rockwallrocks.com

 

I enabled the debug mode

 

I took the screenshot but how do I display it here?

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Danny

HI,

 

As far as I can tell from your debug info, you do not have DMS installed correctly. How did you install it ?


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redstate

Not sure. My tech guy did it. I will delete it and install it again.

 

I just installed it properly and the RevSlider is here. Thanks!

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