Once you have enable plugin,
the Layer Slider tab automatically appears in the menu above Theme Settings, as shown on the screenshot:
Click “Add New” to start configuring new slider:
Type the name for your slider – if you leave this field as-is, your slider will appear as “Unnamed” in the layer Sliders menu:
Layer Slider has its own HOW-TO.
Click here to get instructions on plugin usage.
Also this slider has a very detailed description for all the fields in Global settings, so even if you’re not professional, it would be easy for you to understand how it works. Let’s overview these descriptions briefly – on the right of each screenshot.
On the screenshots you can see only 3 sections to configure:
- Appearance and
But Global settings also have:
- Slideshow section, which allows you to set Slideshow and Video Autoplay, Pause on hover, keyboard navigation, choose video quality, the slide which will play first, and more.
- Navigation section, where you may setup nav buttons, enable thumbnail navigation and configure thumbnails’ appearance.
- Misc section to set image preloads and image relative URLs.
To configure Layers click this button:
To upload image for a Sublayer just click on the empty field beside the image placeholder:
Upload new image or use one from the Media library. Thereafter you’ll get the link and a image thumbnail here:
Use H1-H6 tags to enter some text for a capture, add a link using Link tab, etc.
Drag the elements in the “Preview” area to get the perfect look.
This slider’s option is the most important – a slider Shortcode:
Each slider has its own shortcode. You will use it to add the slider to the content composer.
Read more about Visual Content Composer in Shortcodes > Visual Content Composer.