Create responsive content sliders on your WordPress blogging platform. Manage SlideDeck content and insert them into templates and posts.
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Of course! The only limitation is the number of slides per SlideDeck, and what kind of content you're sourcing for each slide. The greater the amount of content you're trying to show all at once, the slower your pages will render for your visitors, so avoid trying to show 10 SlideDecks, each with 10 YouTube videos, as it'll make your page pretty sluggish!
Yes! If you don't want your visitors to easily share your SlideDeck with their social networks, you can disable the sharing overlay in the deck settings. Just set "Show Overlay" to "Never."
If you want to use the WordPress Posts Content Source to add pages to your SlideDeck, but want to include/exclude certain pages then you'll have to add custom taxonomies to your pages. By default WordPress Posts have tags and categories, but Pages do not. The easiest way to mark certain pages on your WordPress site for inclusion in a SlideDeck is to give them categories or tags. A plugin like GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools allows you to add custom taxonomies to your posts and pages. For instance, you could add a category called "Home Page SlideDeck" to your pages and then those pages can be pulled into your SlideDeck.
Where to begin! The most important improvement is that SlideDeck 2 is designed to work smoothly with your existing content across a variety of Content Sources on the web, like Flickr, your blog posts and YouTube. We think this is a way better approach instead of requiring you to create and format content specifically for your slider - as was necessary for SlideDeck in the past. This not only makes it far quicker and easier to create new sliders, but also allows you to breathe new life into content you’ve already invested time into creating. That's just the tip of the iceberg, though. You can get a much better idea as to what’s new with SlideDeck 2 by checking out the Features and Examples pages.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-3-17
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