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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!

User Permissions, Script Loading and more

View the descriptions below to learn about each setting

1. Permission
Choose which WordPress User Role is allowed access to the Slider Revolution Plugin's Admin.

2. Include Libraries Globally
Load plugin scripts on all your site pages regardless of the page have a RevSlider shortcode in its content. Useful for Ajax sites that load page content dynamically.

3. List of pages to include Revslider Libraries
Optionally add a list of page/post ID's, separated by commas to include the plugin's scripts. And the word "homepage" can be included to always include the scripts on your website's home page.

4. Cross Origin Image Defaults
Select a Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) option for your module images.
Unset - CORS is not used at all (Useful if your images are hosted on CDN networks).
Anonymous - If the server does not give credentials to the origin site (by not setting the Access-Control-Allow-Origin: HTTP header), the image will be tainted and its usage restricted.
Use Credentials - If the server does not give credentials to the origin site (through Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: HTTP header), the image will be tainted and its usage restricted.

5. Insert Scripts in Footer
Choose to always load the plugin's scripts in the footer of the page. Useful for when other required scripts such as jQuery are also set up to load in your page's footer.

6. Defer Javascript Loading
Adds a "defer" attribute to the plugin's script tags. Useful for when the scripts should load after the page has finished parsing.

7. 3rd Party Lazy loading Data
If you're using a 3rd party Lazy Loading feature, for example, WP Fastest Cache, you can locate the data parameter here. This example will use wpfcOriginalSrc as the data name

8. Fix RS Table Issues
Useful for resolving special cases when plugin installation/updates have encountered an issue.

9. Editor High Contrast Mode
All options within the plugin will display a higher contrast.

10/11/12/13. Default Viewport Content Width
Define the default CSS media query breakpoints for the plugin. For example, if the "Default Mobile Content Width" were changed to 640px, whenever the screen size is 640px or less, your Slider's Phone Area view will be shown.

14. Disable RS Font Awesome Library
This option will prevent the Font Awesome Library from loading on the slider frontend.

15. Optional font loading URL
Use this option to load a custom font example: http://fonts.useso.com/css?family for Chinese Environment

16. Enable google font download 
Load from Google - Load fonts directly from Google.
Preload from Google - Force the browser to download the fonts from Google as soon as possible.
Disable, Load on your own - Will not load any fonts from Google. You can add custom fonts to your website using CSS3 @font-face rule method as mentioned in this article

17. Enable custom font selection in the editor
Insert your "Font Family" names here that you've loaded on your Website and it will appear on the dropdown list here.


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