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Slide Puzzle

Description

To add more interactivity, to make sites more fun. 🙂

See this video Install and use video, who instruct us, how to install and use

For more details and examples visit the plugin page on WordPress Sliding Plugin

How to use

Use the wordpress post shortcode [slide-puzzle] for default setup or with parameter for individualizing for each post.
Examples:

  • [slide-puzzle pieces=3 myimage=’http://puzle.colome.org/img001.jpg’ message=’You are an ace!’]
  • [slide-puzzle pieces=10 myimage=’/images/test.jpg’ message=’Happy birdday!’]

New in Version 1.1.0:
-you can add backcolor and endimage options like this:

  • [slide-puzzle pieces=10 myimage=’/images/test.jpg’ message=’Happy birdday!’ backcolor=’#400000′ endimage=’/images/tes2.jpg’]
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    Installation

    1. Upload ‘Slide Puzzle’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
    2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
    3. Go to the Slide Puzzle Options page under settings and save your prefered options.
    4. Use the Shortcode “[slide-puzzle]” to insert sliding puzzles into your posts/pages.

    See this video Install and use video, who instruct us, how to install and use

    Contributors & Developers

    “Slide Puzzle” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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    Changelog

    1.0.0

    • Initial release.

    1.1.0

    • Added tag ‘backcolor=’ (background color of the puzzle, “#rrggbb” format)
    • Added tag ‘endimage=’ (if you want to show another image instead of a message)
      It’s recomended to use the same image sizes for ‘end images’.