As we have said before, Responsive Content Slider is one crazy cool app that gives you full design control over each slide, without any restrictions. Now that you have created a totally cool responsive slider, it is ready to be added to Responsive Site Designer. While the process may look complicated at first, it is quite painless and with just a few simple steps, you will have added your slider to RSD in no time at all!
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While this article is written for Responsive Site Designer, the same process follows for adding a menu to Foundation Framer or Bootstrap Builder
Adding a Content Slider Responsive Site Designer.
First, make sure that you have already exported your slider before beginning this process. To learn how to export your slides, read over Exporting your Slider. After exporting your project, the following dialog will appear.
Click the 1st Copy to Clipboard button located in Step 1 above and then switch over to Responsive Site Designer and go to the Settings pane. Now locate the
<head> section and paste in the markup.
Go back to Responsive Slider and click the 2nd Copy to Clipboard button in Step 2 and then switch over to Responsive Site Designer and add an HTML Element to your page where you want the slider to appear. Now go to the Design pane for the HTML Element. Locate the
<HTML> section and paste in the markup.
Be sure to use a good semantic CLASS or ID name for the HTML Element!
While adding the code to the HTML Element it would be a good time to create a semantic <CLASS> name. Use simple descriptive words like
left-col-slider etc. If you are not familiar with these yet, read over the article on Working with selectors.
Next, we need to include the Responsive Content Slider files that were generated when exporting your slider. In Responsive Site Designer, click Resources and make sure the top folder (project folder) is selected (it will be bolded white). By selecting that folder first, it will place all the files into the root folder of your project.
Next, click ADD FILES/FOLDERS button. This will bring up a file browse dialog. Navigate to where you exported your slider.