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Weptile Image Slider Widget

Easily create responsive & lightweight image slider (rotator) widgets in any sidebar, post or page.

22 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.4 out of 5 stars
5 stars
It's about time!
By , for WP 3.9.1

I've been through 100 of these image sliders and it's pretty much the same with all; either all the features are disabled or too difficult to use.

This plug in is really easy to get it how you want it because you can change literally everything. It also is "responsive" as far as how it moves and clean looking overall.

Recommended if you don't want to insert a bunch of code and just want a simple widget slider. I just wanted a widget for the sidebar that worked and this one delivers!

5 stars
Works like a charm
By ,

It works like a charm. I really liked it.

Eline sağlık ufuk, valla çok işime yaradı (:
Yasin (enocta)

5 stars
Great widget, works fine !
By , for WP 3.8.1

I was a bit afraid it may not work with the latest WP, but it all went smoothly and I am excited with results.
I was searching long for something like this in the sea of widget sliders but vast majority relates to recent posts or categories and there's little or no alternatives to this one.
Great and unique idea, good work, many thanks to author !

1 star
doesn't work
By , for WP 3.6.1

pickup doesn't work (uploading, then nothing). also tried on an empty wp, it's the same.

5 stars
Really Nice Plugin
By , for WP 3.6.1

really easy to use, and very useful, Thanks

5 stars
good stuff
By , for WP 3.6.1

Easy, with lots of option, elegant. Brilliant!

4 stars
easy to use and nice
By ,

it is light weight and easy to use

5 stars
Great
By , for WP 3.5.2

Great :)

5 stars
Excellently working here...
By , for WP 3.5.2

Excellently working here...

4 stars
Works Pretty Well
By , for WP 3.7.1

Simple, easy to use, and responsive. I can load pictures from my computer, media library, or even a NextGen gallery.

A couple of shortcomings:

  1. The captions in a slide are not clickable, i.e., while you can set up the slide to take the user to another page/address when the picture is clicked, the caption within the slide is not part of the link so clicking on the caption doesn't do anything. The caption should be moved inside the anchor link so clicking anywhere on the slide, including the caption, takes the user to the link target. This would be especially useful for slides where the caption takes up a good portion of the slide area when the site is being viewed with a smart phone.
  2. The captions don't support HTML. If I could add a link tag in my caption that reads "click here" or "read more," that would have partially alleviated the first problem.

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