Feed Image Slider from CQWP – Part 1

Author: Luis Kerr

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7 Responses

  1. Rex says:

    I am trying to integrate this Image Slider from CQWP into an existing site (not the Responsive theme). Where do I need to upload the flex slider and js files to? I followed the entire tutorial and I have the images visible in the CQWP as you illustrated, but it of course is not working because I have not uploaded the flex slider and js files. Where do I add these to?

    Is there anything else I need to do to get this to work in an existing themed page (not in the Responsive template).

    Thanks for your help!

  2. Teri says:

    I am having the same problem. I’m not sure where to put the files I downloaded for the flexslider to make the slider actually work. My images appear on my page as bullets. Where do I add these to? Thank you for your help.

  3. Karim says:

    That’s intereting this is implemented with CQWP. Another approach is to use a jQuery slider too. SharePoint Slider with jQuery

  4. Greg Joiner says:

    Same issue as REX. We can’t use the Responsive theme, we have a fixed corporate theme, but are looking for a banner slider that supports links for advertising other departments, website and programs for teachers. How can we use this w/o Responsive?

  5. dg says:

    As per the queries above… i’ve created an image slider using your instructions… I too am looking for a solution for a fixed corporate theme. All ready to go, but now looking to find out how to link to the FlexSlider files. Where can I reference them in the files supplied. It would be great to receive a response. Thanks

  6. Luis Kerr says:

    dg, read the Responsive theme documentation properly:
    “Place responsive folder under your site root. Your site root is located here: C:/inetpub/wwwroot/wss/VirtualDirectories/80 (or whatever port you’re using for the site). Make sure Network and Network Service accounts have read permissions for this folder.”

  7. Paul says:

    good instructions, however please answer some of the questions to help resolve queries it can also help others in solving their issues.
    I’m getting stacked images,
    can you advise how to link the flexslider to the webpart?

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