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Just Fading Slider

Description

It can’t get more simple than this… Just upload photos, save changes, find a convenient place on your page, post or theme, paste shortcode and let them slide. Or in this case – fade…

The slider is responsive, but all photos should be the same size (width and height). If they are not, they will have the same size and aspect ratio as photo No. 1.

You can add up to 10 photos, but you don’t have to add them all.

When you upload photos, save changes, and copy and paste [jfslider] somewhere in your post or page…

To add slider to your template use this code echo do_shortcode("[jfslider]");

This plugin is my wordpress adaptation of Jssor – Simple Fade Slideshow.

Technical support

Dear users, this plugin is available for free download. If you have any questions or recommendations regarding the functionality of this plugin (existing options, new options, current issues), please feel free to contact me. I speak serbian and english.

If you notice any bugs in the plugin, you can notify me about it and we’ll investigate and fix the issue then. Please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Screenshots

  • Plugin options page.

Installation

  1. Upload the folder just-fading-slider to the directory /wp-content/plugins/.

  2. Activate the plugin via the ‘Plugins’ menu in your WordPress admin panel.

  3. You can adjust the necessary settings in your WordPress admin panel – “JustFading”.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the folder just-fading-slider to the directory /wp-content/plugins/.

  2. Activate the plugin via the ‘Plugins’ menu in your WordPress admin panel.

  3. You can adjust the necessary settings in your WordPress admin panel – “JustFading”.

How add JustFade to your posts, pages and template?

When you upload photos, save changes, and copy and paste [jfslider] somewhere in your post or page…

To add slider to your template use this code echo do_shortcode("[jfslider]");

On the place where slider should be only code is shown.

In posts and pages be shure to paste the [jfslider] in the TEXT section of the Editor.

In templates don’t forget to open and close <?php ?>.

Reviews

It works but…

You can only create and display 1 slideshow… that’s it. So if you want to create a second slideshow in another post… you’ll have to delete the first one. A limitation that makes this plugin useless. And more, it won’t display the slider where you paste the shortcode… it conflict with some content.

Perfect – simple and no fuss

Love it – sometimes you want a really simple plugin to do just one job really well, without 3000 options to configure, and this plugin is just that. Thanks!

EXCELLENT!

I’ve been looking high and low for a no-nonsense, simple, responsive, easy to use fading slideshow for a long time. Just Fading Slider satisfies all these needs perfectly. You can literally have this thing up and running in under 2 minutes. It’s just that simple. Thanks for hard work on this plugin my friend.

I will let others know.

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Contributors & Developers

“Just Fading Slider” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.0

  • First version.

1.0.2

  • Second version.

1.0.5

  • Speed, arrows and pagination settings.