Let’s start with a look at what “template” means, in the context of Slider Revolution, from our Definitions section:
A “Template” is a premade module [?] . It has pre-configured layers [?] already in place.
It is designed to be ready for use, either as is or after being modified in the module editor [?] .
Slider Revolution’s template library includes pre-made modules for all kinds of content, from sliders to carousels to complete websites.
When you use a template to kick-start your content creation you have everything you need already in place, with pre-placed and pre-designed layers such as text, images, videos and so on, with animations already applied.
After creating a new module using a template as a base you can modify any part of that module as you need. You can also save any module you have created, or modified, as a reusable template of your own.
When should you start a module from a template vs. creating a module from scratch?
As a general rule work with templates when:
Create modules from scratch when:
Now that we’ve completed our rapid fire overview and you have a solid grasp on the core concepts underpinning Slider Revolution we’re ready to start looking at things in greater detail in our next section A Closer Look.