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    I purchased evolve+ and alura themes largely because of the added features including flexslider. I installed the new theme, and all of my settings transferred over. I enabled flexslider but didn’t see any options for how to configure the content of the flexslider. I was expecting similar options to those found on the bootstrap and parallax sliders but don’t see any content options. Moreover, I don’t see the flexslider being displayed on the homepage. I searched your forum but didn’t find any information to answer my question.

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #21861 |

    Hi,

    Evolve Plus and Alora theme are built differently.

    In Alora theme, it’s called Theme4press slider and Elastic slider.

    All the documentations are here. https://theme4press.com/docs/
    Sorry, if there is lack of information.

    Please import demo content and use it as a guide.

    Thanks!

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    #22096 |

    Your page describing the flex slider in alura is giving a 404 error: https://theme4press.com/alora-documentation/setting-up-the-sliders/flexslider/.

    I am using evolve+ though, not alura. Where is the documentation for evolve+?

    Denzel Chia
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    #22112 |

    Hi,

    Add your slides here.

    Then in your Add Page or Edit Page, scroll down to Slider Options and set your slider type and select a Flexslider

    Sorry for lack of documentation. I do not have access to create it.
    You can go to Theme Options -> General -> Import demo content and use it as an example.

    Thanks!

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    #22148 |

    Thank you for your help.

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