Slider and Slide ID
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Get the slider ID
You can find the slider ID at the Dashboard, at your slider's thumbnail. It's written in the bottom left corner.
If you're in the slider which ID you need, you can also find it at the Slider settings, right next to the name of the slider.
To learn the ID of your slide, look at the URL.
- In WordPress the URL looks like this:
/admin.php?page=smart-slider3&nextendcontroller=slides&nextendaction=edit&groupID=0&sliderid=1&slideid=1The slide ID is located right after the &slideid parameter. In this case, it's 1.
- In Joomla the URL looks like this:
/index.php?option=com_smartslider3&nextendcontroller=slides&nextendaction=edit&groupID=0&sliderid=1&slideid=1The slide ID is located right after the &slideid parameter. In this case, it's 1.
List of slider names and ids
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To be able to follow the steps, you're required to have coding knowledge. If you're not a developer and can't achieve what you're looking for, consider hiring a developer.
Make sure to carefully follow the tutorial and write correct code. We're unable to provide help with custom coding, or the possible issues that are happening because of them.
We store the names and ids of the sliders in the nextend2_smartslider3_sliders database table, so you could ask them down with a database query. For example in WordPress somehow like this:
global $wpdb; $sliders = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT id, title FROM ".$wpdb->prefix."nextend2_smartslider3_sliders");