Adding slider without themler extension

themler65
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themler65 posted this 22 April 2016

Hi Supportteam,

i use themler to creating a default formating template and export it without themler content. Some contents self are a lot of customized php files which want included to article. My question now is, how can i call the slider who was created with themler? For this Post please see point 2 (A Silde-example)

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Many thanks for helping

Hi Supportteam, i use themler to creating a default formating template and export it without themler content. Some contents self are a lot of customized php files which want included to article. My question now is, how can i call the slider who was created with themler? For this Post please see point 2 (A Silde-example) !themler-any.PNG! Many thanks for helping
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 22 April 2016

Hi,

There is no such option. You can install the theme on the live site, then open the Themler editor and edit the article you want to insert the slider. Or use some other slider plug-ins.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, There is no such option. You can install the theme on the live site, then open the Themler editor and edit the article you want to insert the slider. Or use some other slider plug-ins. Sincerely, Hella
themler65
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themler65 posted this 22 April 2016

Hi Hella,

i found out, that's not exactly correct. My idea works wonderfully

Solution is:
-simply create a custom module position
-insert the slider to this module position
-load the position on every article you want with {loadmodule customposition-name} eg. {loadmodule position-12}

If you want, you can publish this post for everyone who need this.

Thanks for help :)

Hi Hella, i found out, that's not exactly correct. My idea works wonderfully Solution is: -simply create a custom module position -insert the slider to this module position -load the position on every article you want with {loadmodule customposition-name} eg. {loadmodule position-12} If you want, you can publish this post for everyone who need this. Thanks for help :)
Support Team
Support Team posted this 22 April 2016

Hi,

Sure, I'll make it public so others with the same question could see your solution.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Sure, I'll make it public so others with the same question could see your solution. Sincerely, Hella
themler65
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themler65 posted this 22 April 2016

Hi,

you need {loadposition...}

but i also found out, that works not correctly. it was happenstance, that my slider was displayed...

see, maybe it still works.

thaks

Hi, you need {loadposition...} but i also found out, that works not correctly. it was happenstance, that my slider was displayed... see, maybe it still works. thaks
Support Team
Support Team posted this 22 April 2016

OK, please let us know if you need our further help.

Sincerely,
Hella

OK, please let us know if you need our further help. Sincerely, Hella
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