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RevSlider ... random slides?

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mundocaco

Hello, is possible create a function to make a random slide section with RevSlider?

 

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Danny

HI,

 

It is most likely possible. However, this isn't something we can provide support for. If you do with to proceed, you will need to create a child section of the RevSlider and then perform your edits.


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mundocaco

thank you! ;)

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Danny

No problem.


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