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Insert in the PHP code?

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  • Plugin Author Nextendweb

    @nextendweb

    Just use Smart Slider shortcode with this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/do_shortcode

    Hi, i’m also having the same problem I have tried using the do_shortcode php tag.

    However it gives me an error??

    Warning: array_shift() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /home/manninte/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextend-smart-slider-lite/smartslider.php on line 205

    Any clue how to fix??

    i got the same error when trying to put the slider in the header via do_shortcode. but it’s possible to overcome this issue by using a widget. you put the slider in the widget and insert it in the template anywhere you like.

    How do you even find the shortcode for the slider you’ve created? I have the lite version plugin but there doesn’t seem to be any instruction on the dashboard or elsewhere that lets you know how to take the slider you’ve created and put it on your website.

    Is it possible to use the slider as a banner on the main homepage of a website rather than in posts or other pages. If so, how is it done?

    Plugin Author Nextendweb

    @nextendweb

    Hi Thoughtlife!

    First of all sorry for my late response, if you would like to get a fast help please write us a support ticket on our site.

    So if you would like to insert the Slider, you have to go to a Page or a Post site, where you can find the Smart Slider icon in the ‘visual’ view. Click on it and just choose from your existing sliders. (Of course you can add this shortcode everywhere.) Insert a Slider picture.

    Hi thanks, for the reply. The problem I’m having is with getting the slider into my site’s homepage. I can include it in pages and posts and widgets, pretty much everywhere except for where I really want to put it. I’d like to replace the default slider which came with my theme, with the one I’ve made using the plugin (which is great by the way, simplest design layout I’ve been able to find, and really lovely looking result).

    I take it there’s no way to do this then?

    You Can Solve It By This Code :
    <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[smartslider2 slider=”1″]’);?>`

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