A custom post type for choosing images and content which outputs Bootstrap Image Carousel (slider) from the [image-carousel] shortcode.
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First of all, install and activate the plugin. Go to 'Carousel' in the WordPress admin pages and add some images. Then, insert the carousel using the
[image-carousel] into the body of any page.
Absolutely - you just need to use the do_shortcode WordPress function. For example:
<?php echo do_shortcode('[image-carousel]'); ?>
This happens when the carousel is bigger than your images. Either upload higher resolution images, or select the "Use background images?" option in the settings (this will stretch the images though, so they may get a little blurry).
You can specify the order that the carousel displays images by changing the setting in the Settings page, or by using the
order shortcode attributes. The settings page has common settings, or you can use any terms described for the WP_Query orderby terms for the shortcode.
Yes - create a few categories and add your specific images to a specific category. Then, when inserting the shortcode into the page, specify which category you want it to display images from using the
category shortcode attribute.
The carousel shortcode has a number of attributes that you can use to customise the output. These are described on the main plugin Description page.
[image-carousel]shortcode in your page?
Try writing the shortcode using the 'Text' editor instead of the 'Visual' editor, as the visual editor can sometimes add extra unwanted markup.
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You need to make sure that each image is the same height. You can do this by setting an
Aspect ratio in the
Edit Image section of the WordPress Media Library and cropping your images.
Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-2-9
Active Installs: 10,000+
7 of 7 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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