Today, We’ll discuss how to create CMS slider in Webflow using Webflow’s native slider and Finsweet’s CMS slider.
Follow these simple stpes to create CMS powered slider in Webflow using Finsweet library:
Let’s discuss above steps in detail:
To covert Webflow slider into CMS powered slider you need to call script from Finsweet library. Here’s the script you can copy to your project’s header area.
<!-- [Attributes by Finsweet] CMS Slider -->
<script async src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/@finsweet/attributes-cmsslider@1/cmsslider.js"></script>
Next step is to add CMS collection to the page where you want the CMS slider. For eg. I’m using a Blog Posts collection to create a CMS slider for some blogs.
After adding a collection to your page. Select Collection List as shown in the below image. Make sure your don’t select Collection Wraper.
Here are the key and values that you need to add to your Collection list’s custom attributes:
fs-cmsslider-element = “list”
The last step in this process is to add a slider. Once you add a native Webflow slider add this custom attribute values to your slider from settings panel.
fs-cmsslider-element = “slider”
Publish your page now to see your new CMS powered slider without custom coding.
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