Rift Slider – Show, Tell, Split then Rotate – Fully Web Responsive
The Rift Slider is an image slider plugin. You can create image slides with text and content and attach them to a carousel. You are able to display these
carousels on your website, displaying to your users exciting information in a unique way. The Rift Slider uses the latest transformation techniques to
split the image and use effects to give a unique feel to your slider.
The Rift Slider is fully web responsive so that you get the same effect on mobiles and tablets. With responsive design your slider will
not disappear off the edge of the screen but will elegantly shrink in size to fit the device it is being viewed on, keeping that all
important visual effect.
Requires WordPress 3.5 and PHP 5.3
You can use the slider to display:
- Or any other image and text.
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- There are currently no frequently asked questions
Although when there are some they will be placed here!!
Fixed the automatic update error which displays when searching for new plugins.
Fixed the height and width on the shortcode window.
Fixed the 404 error when you click on the slide title.
Fixed the issue reported on wordpress with the require_once (/includes/includes.php) error.
Improvements to the shortcode.
Updated the and cleaned up the shortcode tag.
Removed the anonymouse functions as this was causing custom post types to not be created, therefore not showing the menu in certain wordpress/php setups.
Fixed class naming conflictions and also updated the menu positioning.
Updates to the autoplay and opacity settings.
Automatically removes the lite version of the plugin during the installation of the advanced version of reift slider plugin. This also successfully updates the plugin without uninstalling the plugin settings.
Improvements to the text positioning control
Web responsive improvements.
Updated css for inline title and paragraphs.
Updated the css and shortcode for better layout or the title in wrap and responsive mode.
Removed namespaces for 5.3 – this was causing some problems.
**First Release 5th September 2013