Custom slider for each page

cdg2_lom
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cdg2_lom posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello there!

I'm working in Joomla and I'd like to have some different/custom sliders on each page of my site. Is that possible having in mind that the page template is single?

Hello there! I'm working in Joomla and I'd like to have some different/custom sliders on each page of my site. Is that possible having in mind that the page template is single?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello Iva,
Where is your slider located? Could you please provide screenshot with the Outline panel on the left?

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Iva, Where is your slider located? Could you please provide screenshot with the Outline panel on the left? Gina Themler Support
DaveOzric
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DaveOzric posted this 2 weeks ago

This is why Themler needs to add a module builder! It would serve so many purposes.

This is why Themler needs to add a module builder! It would serve so many purposes.
cdg2_lom
5 Posts
cdg2_lom posted this 2 weeks ago

It's on top, below the header.

It's on top, below the header.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

If you were using Wordpress, for example, it would be possible to assign different templates (I mean page templates within same theme) to each page. But in Joomla it is possible only to assign different theme to a page (menu item). In your case you would need to add that slider to the content area.

Gina
Themler Support

If you were using Wordpress, for example, it would be possible to assign different templates (I mean page templates within same theme) to each page. But in Joomla it is possible only to assign different theme to a page (menu item). In your case you would need to add that slider to the content area. Gina Themler Support
Bob the Goat
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Bob the Goat posted this 2 weeks ago

I'm not sure if this would help with Joomla, haven't worked with it for quite some time. But for WordPress, I would have created a Widget area, where your Slideshow would go, on the Page template. Then use a Slideshow plugin that allows you to create multiple slideshows and insert them into the widget area.

I'm not sure if this would help with Joomla, haven't worked with it for quite some time. But for WordPress, I would have created a Widget area, where your Slideshow would go, on the Page template. Then use a Slideshow plugin that allows you to create multiple slideshows and insert them into the widget area.
cdg2_lom
5 Posts
cdg2_lom posted this 2 weeks ago

Thanks a lot to everyone!
Bob, I'll se if that could work.

Thanks a lot to everyone! Bob, I'll se if that could work.
DaveOzric
819 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 1 weeks ago

This depends on if you are assigning these pages as menu items. If so just create a module position on the page template and use a slider module of some type and put them on the pages by assigning them to the menu items.

If you are not using menu items for the pages, which you probably are if it's not a post/article from a blog, you could configure a custom field for the article and add it that way using some shortcode.

Let me know if you need any help.

This depends on if you are assigning these pages as menu items. If so just create a module position on the page template and use a slider module of some type and put them on the pages by assigning them to the menu items. If you are not using menu items for the pages, which you probably are if it's not a post/article from a blog, you could configure a custom field for the article and add it that way using some shortcode. Let me know if you need any help.
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