Monday, December 3, 2012 Adding a jQuery plugin to a single page in MODX
Firstly download and unzip the plugin files to a location within your MODX assets directory.
Next, in the MODX Manager under the Elements tab on the left navigation, right click Snippets and select New Snippet. Enter "bxslider" as the snippet name and enter the following code as the Snippet Code. You'll need to update the file paths accordingly to point to your files.
Save the snippet.
You can now install the snippet by editing the desired page and dropping "[[!bxslider]]" into the Content field along with your correctly marked up list (see code comments above) to which the slider will be applied.
Monday, December 3, 2012 Mark Hamstra
If you're on Revo 2.1.5 or up, you can also set up a textarea template variable "header" and "footer", and just put the [ [*header]] and [ [*footer]] tags in the right position in the template.
Then you can also define per-resource specific header/footer things.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Mark Cyrulik
Is there a reason that you chose to use $modx->regClientHTMLBlock instead of
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Simon Bingham
$modx->regClientHTMLBlock inserts the code block before the closing BODY tag, whereas $modx->regClientStartupScript inserts it inside the HEAD tag.