Putting slider into FF - Post ID 265957

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I have a slider made but I haven't been able to figure out how to get it into a FF layout.
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Hi Eugene,
You'll need to paste your slider code into a html element then on the Settings tab paste your needed script references into either the head section or Footer depending on need.
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You will also need put the RCS generated folder into your resources bit in FF.

When you do am export in RCS of your project choose - for embedding

Then when RCS produced the finished exported project files it displaya a window with all the necessary code.

The first one is the code needed to put in the header or footer of the FF page simply use the button to copy yhe code,,, go to FF page settings and choose header/footer up to you and then paste the copied code into it

Back to RCS and choose the second button to copy the code needed fot RCS bit,,,
Go to ff page where you have inserted the html element and in design pane paste that code, then from ff go to recources,, make sure you select the root folder and then select "Add Folder" from there browse to the file location that RSC has placed the folder and select the folder, to place it into your recources.

Thats it now the RCS project is embedded and should be good to go
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