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If you Purchased & Registered a Slider Revolution License you can comfortably upgrade version 5.x to 6.0 from your WordPress Dashboard.

Why Activate Slider Revolution?

Activating Slider Revolution with your Personal Purchase Code will unlock all available Features.

Easy Live Updates
Personal License Key
200+ Template Library
1000+ Object Library
25+ Amazing Add-Ons
1on1 Ticket Support

*Regular License from $29. One License Key required per Domain.

Slider Revolution 6.0 NOW available!

Track your Slider Revolution clicks with Google Analytics

Quick Tip:

Already have your GA tracking code installed and your slider links setup? Skip to step #3.

1. Setup your Google Analytics account for your site

If you’re reading this article, chances are you already have Google Analytics (GA) setup for your site.  But if not, here are a few good places to start for setting up GA for your WordPress site:

Getting Started with Google Analytics:

Where to find your Tracking Code:

Setting up your Tracking Code:

WordPress Plugin to connect your GA Account to your site:

2. Hyperlink your Slides and/or Layers

Hyperlink an entire slide:

Hyperlink a Layer:

3. Add the "ga-button" class to your hyperlinks.

If hyperlinking an entire Slide:

If hyperlinking a single content Layer:

4. Add the following script to your slider's Custom JavaScript section.

Note :

This code does not need to be modified (straight copy and paste)

Track Outbound Links:

jQuery('body').on('click', '.ga-button', function() {
    var $this = jQuery(this),
        data  = $this.attr('data-link') || $this.attr('href');
    if(!data) {
        data = $this.attr('data-actions');
        if(data) data = data[0].url;
        if(!data) data = $this.attr('id');
    gtag('event', 'click', { event_category: 'outbound', event_action: 'click', event_label: data});

Track All Slide Changes:

jQuery(window).on('load', function() {
    jQuery('.rev_slider').each(function() {
        var ids = jQuery(this).attr('id').split('rev_slider_')[1].split('_')[0],
            api  = eval('revapi' + ids);
        api.on('revolution.slide.onchange', function(e, data) {
            var data = 'Slider ' + ids + ' changed to slide #' + data.slideIndex;
            gtag('event', 'click', { event_category: 'outbound', event_action: 'click', event_label: data});

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