Export & Import slider

Export slider

1

You can export your slider with the Actions → Export button at your slider

This creates a .ss3 file which you can import immaediately.

2

or on your Dashboard with the bulk selection by hitting the Bulk Actions → Export button. With this option your can export one or more sliders.

This creates a zip file which you must unzip first. Only the .ss3 file(s) inside are importable!

Import slider

You can import a slider if you click on the New Project button on your Dashboard, and click on the "Or Import Your Own Files" link.

Import project

Select your slider then click on the Import button.

Import file

You can browse your exported .ss3 file, and import it. If your server has a low upload limitation, which is smaller, than the .ss3 file, you should use the Local import file method instead.

Local import file

Select the file you have previously uploaded to your server, into this folder:

  • WordPress /wp-content/uploads
  • Joomla /media
Restore slider

If you were working on your site on a different domain, and you have the slider's id hardcoded into your template, use this option to import that slider into some other site where you are using the same template.

⚠️ Warning: If you already have a slider with the same ID as the slider that you are importing, then the existing slider will be deleted permanently.
Image mode
  • Clone - Copy the images too.
  • Old site URL - Make your slider use the URLs linking to the previous website, so those images will show up.
  • Original - Don't copy the images, only the slider, and you will move your images manually.
Delete file after import

You can choose to delete the .ss3 file, after it was imported.

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