Integrates Chris Coyier's popular AnythingSlider jQuery plugin with WordPress.
It's easy! Create a few slides using the Slides custom post type. Then, on a post or page of your choosing, use the [anything_slides] shortcode to embed the slideshow.
There are a variety of options you can add to the [anything_slides] shortcode:
Easy. Just use the standard method of embedding shortcodes into theme files:
<?php echo do_shortcode( "[anything_slides]" ); ?>
For more information about this plugin, and to watch a few videos, check out Missing Piece Studios.
For more information about the jQuery plugin, visit this GitHub repo.
Simply add the file 'anythingslider.css' to your theme directory, or your theme's CSS directory. That's it. The plugin will detect the file's existence and do the heavy lifting for you.
You'll notice on the Slides post/page there is a new metabox for Navigation Formatter. Add the text you'd like to use into this box.
Next add the new attribute to the shortcode wherever you'd like to use custom navigation formatting.
The shortcode has a new attribute
navFormat. The existence of this attribute in your shortcode call will grab the text you just entered and use that for the navigation title.
If that's too confusing... which it probably is, check out a how-to video at Missing Piece Studios.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-3-5
1 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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