Use jQuery Vertical Scroller plugin to display posts as a vertical scroll in a widget, post or page. Supports multiple instances.
jQuery Vertical Scroller plugin is our attempt to create a easy to use widget for adding vertical scrolling to your wordpress site. jQuery vertical Scroller is a versatile vertical scroller that allows you to scroll any post type or page.
You can scroll anything from your recent posts to custom posts you might have created for other plugins. The scroll is flexible to allow you to scroll in 2 vertical directions. Top-to-Bottom or Bottom-to-Top.
No problem with this plug-in. All you need to do is drag-&-drop another copy of the scroller into your widget area and set it up. No need to leave the widgets screen.
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Localization jQuery Vertical Slider supports full localization. Just place your .mo files in the languages folder and set your language code in the wp-config.php file.
Translation Files included:
Italian by Vamsi Pulavarthi (Google Translate)
Serbo-Croatian by Borisa Djuraskovic
Usage: [sgvscroller postcount="5" sortby="post_date" sortorder="DESC" category="1" posttype="post" width="250px" height="200px" startfrom="bottom" includecontent="excerpt" showdate="true" showdateformat="F, Y"]
postcount (optional, default value = 5): Sets the number of posts displayed by the scroller. Usage: postcount="5".
sortby (optional, default value = post_date): Set the Order By option for getting posts. Valid Values: 'none' - No order (available with Version 2.8). 'ID' - Order by post id. Note the capitalization. 'author' - Order by author. 'title' - Order by title. 'date' - Order by date. 'modified' - Order by last modified date. 'parent' - Order by post/page parent id. 'rand' - Random order. 'comment_count' - Order by number of comments (available with Version 2.9). Usage: sortby="post_date"
sortorder (optional, default value = DESC): Sorts the posts in ascending or descending order of post date. Usage: sortorder="ASC" or "DESC"
category (optional, default value = 1): Sets the category to be displayed by the scroller. Usage: category="1".
posttype (optional, default value = post): Sets the category to be displayed by the scroller. You can either use 'post', for normal posts. For scrolling custom post types, replace it with the custom post type Usage: posttype="post".
width(optional, default value = 1): Sets the width of the scroller. Usage: width="250px".
height (optional, default value = 200px): Sets the height of the scroller. Usage: height="200px".
startfrom (optional, default value = bottom): Sets the direction of scroll for the scroller. Usage: startfrom="bottom". Options: ‘bottom’ or ‘top’.
includecontent (optional, default value = none): Allows you to display excerpt, if desired. Usage: includecontent="excerpt". Optons: 'content', 'excerpt' or 'none'
showdate (optional, default value = false): Allows you to display the post date for each post displayed in the scroller. Usage: showdate="true". Options: 'true' or 'false'
showdateformat (optional, default value = 'F, Y'): Allows you to configure format in which the post date for each post is displayed in the scroller. Usage: showdateformat="F, Y". You can use any valid format described in the Date Formats page
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Requires: 3.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Active Installs: 3,000+
2 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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