- July 20, 2017 at 9:13 pm #5196
I have purchased the Slider Revolution Drupal module. I have installed the latest versions of all of the required modules for the revslider module. As soon as I install it, I immediately get the following errors:
Notice: Undefined index: jquery_update_jquery_version in revslider_install() (line 13 of C:\wamp\www\local.revslider\sites\all\modules\custom\revslider\revslider.install).
EntityMalformedException: Missing bundle property on entity of type file. in entity_extract_ids() (line 7929 of C:\wamp\www\local.revslider\includes\common.inc).
If I go to Content > Revolution Slides > Add new slider I can add a slide title but on the edit page, NOTHING works, no matter what link I click I get nothing. I cant edit anything on that page.
I am using Drupal version 7.56.
- This topic was modified 12 months ago by erich93063.
- July 21, 2017 at 5:40 pm #5210
This Drupal module does not work with the latest and most secure version of Drupal. If I start with a clean install of Drupal with a VERY old version that has a ton of security issues, I was able to get it to work, but even then, I could not get certain things to work like getting image layers to have there own link to an outside website for example. I couldn’t even get standard text to link to anything. Only the main slide would link. No layers on the slide would link to anything. Images would also not obey the height and width I specified. I would give a width and then in the rendered slide, the image would be the full width of the original image, This module is poorly made and not what I was expecting based on what I saw in your samples as far as an editor goes. This module should not be for sale as the only way to run it is on a non secure version of Drupal and even then it doesn’t work correctly and is very watered down as far as features compared to your stand alone version. Is there any way I can get a refund for this Drupal module or just receive a download to the standalone PHP version?
- July 27, 2017 at 8:36 pm #5335
OK I’m getting even more errors now with this newer version. And this is on a completely fresh install of Drupal with no modules installed besides the modules required by the slider module. I get the following errors:
Notice: Undefined index: jquery_update_jquery_version in revslider_install() (line 13
Notice: Undefined index: wrapper_classes in template_preprocess_revslider() (line 316 of C:\wamp\www\slider\sites\all\modules\contrib\revslider\revslider.module).
Notice: Undefined index: inner_classes in template_preprocess_revslider() (line 317 of C:\wamp\www\slider\sites\all\modules\contrib\revslider\revslider.module).
Warning: implode(): Invalid arguments passed in template_process_revslider() (line 386 of C:\wamp\www\slider\sites\all\modules\contrib\revslider\revslider.module).
Warning: implode(): Invalid arguments passed in template_process_revslider() (line 387 of C:\wamp\www\slider\sites\all\modules\contrib\revslider\revslider.module).
Notice: Undefined index: slider_layout in RS->__construct() (line 565 of C:\wamp\www\slider\sites\all\modules\contrib\revslider\revslider.php).
So even though there are errors it looks like I can get the slider to work in the admin, but I again have the SAME issues. If I try to resize an image to a certain size, it resizes it in the slider admin, but when you save it and view the slider on a page, the image is at it’s original width. I can also not give buttons or text a custom link. As soon as I do, not only do the links not work at all, but then the link of the main slide also does not work. It looks like this Drupal module needs some serious work. I unfortunately don’t have time to screw around with it anymore as I am under a tight deadline. Could I please get a download link to the standalone PHP version of this slider admin please. This Drupal module is not ready and does not work. I’ve spent hours on it trying to bang it into submission and it just doesn’t work.
- July 28, 2017 at 1:52 am #5340
I work in a corporate environment. I do not have FTP or login information I could give you. I develop on a local workstation. I don’t have time to do that anyway. I figured this module would just work. I didn’t know I would have to jump through hoops and go back and forth with support to get it to work.
- July 31, 2017 at 3:14 pm #5403
Are you able to work with me on this? I would like either the standalone PHP version of this module or have someone from your team show me a clean install of Drupal with the latest version of Drupal and the latest version of the required modules and how they got this module to work correctly, meaning able to create a slide and allow certain elements to be clickable to separate links. Also to be able to use the drag and drop interface to position elements and resize them and have them preserve that placement and sizing when viewing the slide live. I followed all of the instructions in the docs and was not able to get this to work. I am under a tight deadline with my current project and need to get this working as soon as possible. Thanks
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.