Is the Smart Slider SEO friendly?

In this article:
Split text animation on Heading layers
Alt tag for images
Lazy loading

Yes, it is. Search engines work in a way that they filter only the textual content from a website, without the HTML tags and CSS, JavaScript codes, plus the image alt tags. So in our slider, only the image alt tags matter and the text you write on the slides, and those will be automatically picked up by search engines. You can pick different heading tags, if turn on the expert mode, and the text layer is putting the text inside paragraphs. The slides' background images, and every layer, that uses an image has an alt tag. You can write something there, that is connected to the other parts of your website.

Split text animation on Heading layers

Since 2016, Google is able to run JavaScript codes on a page. This means the Google bot doesn't just looks the raw page source, but allows the content modifying JavaScript to do its job. Due to this change when you are using Split text animation on your headings, they will be read differently depending on your settings. Here is a simple example:

Entered content Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipisicing elit.
Split by words Lorem. ipsum. dolor. sit. amet. consectetur. adipisicing. elit.
Split by chars L. o. r. e. m. i. p. s. u. m. d. o. l. o. r. s. i. t. a. m. e. t. c. o. n. s. e. c. t. e. t. u. r. a. d. i. p. i. s. i. c. i. n. g. e. l. i. t. .

If you would like your text to be read as you have entered it, you should either turn off the split text animation, or create a new layer which is moved out of the canvas (or hidden in some other way), so it's not visible for the user. This new heading shouldn't have any Split Text animation on it, just the text of the original animation. Since Google will run the JavaScript code, it won't see the same text twice. It will see the first sentence from the example above, and depending on the Split text's settings, the second or the third one.

Alt tag for images

You can add alt tags to every image layer and slide background image.

Slide background image

You can find the field to enter your alt tag's content at the Slide settings -> Background tab -> Image:

Image layers

You can find the field to enter the alt tag's content at  the layer window for every image layer:

Lazy loading

Those images, which are loaded in by Lazy loading will not be visible for Google, since they do not exist on your website (which is the reason why Lazy loading increases your website's speed, since your site doesn't have to load those images).