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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.

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

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Slider Revolution 6.0 NOW available!

Add a Slider with Related Posts to the top or bottom of your individual Post pages.

AddOns Requirements

Related Posts is a Premium AddOn that requires Purchase Code Registration and Activation

To get started, Install and Activate the AddOn from the plugin's main admin page

Next, create a new Module, and give it a name of "My Posts Slider" (the Module can be named anything you wish).

And then choose "Post-Based" and "Specific Post" as the Module's Content Source 

And then leave the "Specific Posts" list blank, as this will automatically be populated with your Gallery's images.

Next, set the Slide's main background to "Image", and enable the "Image from Stream if Exists" option.

Do not select an image from the Media/Object Library, as the image will automatically be taken from your Post's "Featured Image" shown in #4 here.

And then add {{link}} as the meta placeholder for the Slide's Link URL

This will allow the user to visit the post when clicking on the Slide.

Next, add a Text Layer to the Slide, and adjust its Size/Position and Font Styles.

And then setup a special Meta Placeholder for the Layer's content, choosing an option from the "Post" menu.

Add another Text Layer and repeat the steps above if you'd like to display the Post's excerpt or other content as well.

Next, head back into the AddOns Modal to connect the new Posts Slider to the AddOn and also configure its settings.

Then once the settings are completed, the Related Posts Slider will automatically get added to your individual WordPress Post pages.

1. Choose Slider
Select Instructions above.

3. Start Search
The "Related By" selection for which posts should be included in the Slider.

5. Caching
Add a cache timer for the WP Query to help speed up your web pages.

2. Number of Posts
Choose how many related posts should be included in the Slider.

4. Fill With
If there aren't enough posts related to the "Start Search" selection, grab posts related to....

6. Slider Position
Choose if the Related Posts Slider should appear above or below the currently viewed post's content.

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