Visual Composer & Slider Revolution integration & compatibility

As we all know today if you don’t have a website with an atractive design your visitor will leave the website very fast.

As you also know is important to have tools with which to develop the website without modifying the core files or hook code in theme files in order to integrate certain services that you want to use, create a different layout of a page or to deliver content on custom demand.

Visual Composer is one of the plugins that come integrated in many themes this days, as Revolution Slider is delivered by default in many themes packages and with which are compatible.

The good thing about both plugins is that are design for Responsive design and are compatible with a wide range of other esential plugins and work in a Multisite networks.

As you can see in bellow printscreen certain developers of a directory theme integrated visual composer and build visual composer elements, which can deliver easy layout and design modifications with great visual impact.

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Users who voted on this feature;


Vasile Vlad 3 votes July 26, 2015 4:39 am
Bob 4 votes March 18, 2015 5:36 am
David 1 votes March 19, 2015 4:41 am
Bramono 4 votes April 15, 2015 8:02 am
Binesh 10 votes March 30, 2015 11:15 am
Talpa 1 votes April 2, 2015 1:29 am
Liz 1 votes June 4, 2015 11:44 am
Kiran 5 votes June 11, 2015 5:26 am
Michael 10 votes September 5, 2015 7:26 am

Comments

5 responses to “Visual Composer & Slider Revolution integration & compatibility”

  1. Mark Fail Mark Fail says:

    You can already download the slider plugin via the theme plugins section.

    • Vasile Vlad Vasile Vlad says:

      I cannot download or install the plugin from admin side in a multisite.

      Also it doesen’t give me permision to download the plugin from web page.

      It keeps saying me “Please login to your WordPress website”

      Thats an issue

      • Vasile Vlad Vasile Vlad says:

        As is integrated now in Responsive Business theme, Slider Revoltution gives me a lot of headche.

        As i use WordPress Multisite i have on another blog, themes that include also original Slider Revolution plugin.

        The issue is that the folder of custom slider plugin in Premiumpress has the same name as the normal Slider Revolution plugin and if i upload the custom plugin for premiumpress i can no longer use it for the other blog which also require Slider Revolution plugin and viceversa.

        At least please rename the folder of the custom plugin in order to be able and upload and activate both plugins types.

  2. Liz Liz says:

    Would it work for you to Just use Photoshop to help with your design, and use the layout options to shape the site.

    • Vasile Vlad Vasile Vlad says:

      Well, Liz, Photoshop is a professional tool for graphic design and not for developing websites.

      Visual Composer is a user friendly visual tool that can help those that don’t have programming or web design knowledge to create visual atractive websites and deploy advanced and complex layouts exceeding default wordpress layout.

      So your suggestion is not the answer compared with what this integration can bring.

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