Slider Pro Lite

Description

The lite version of Slider Pro allows you to create simple image sliders which are fully responsive and mobile-friendly.

Available features in the lite version:

  • Fully responsive
  • Touch support
  • Clean and intuitive admin interface
  • Preview sliders directly in the admin area
  • Drag and drop slide sorting
  • Inline information for the admin settings
  • Captions
  • Add links to images
  • Keyboard navigation
  • Mouse wheel navigation
  • SEO-friendly
  • Publish sliders in any post (including pages and custom post types), in PHP code, and widget areas
  • Caching system for quick loading times
  • Optimized file loading. The JavaScript and CSS files are loaded only in pages where there are sliders
  • MultiSite support
  • Unlimited slides in a slider and unlimited sliders
  • Localized for translation
  • No ads

If you need more features, you can upgrade to the full version, which is now free and available for download at http://bqworks.net/slider-pro/.

Additional features in the full version:

  • Animated and static layers, which can contain text, images or any HTML content
  • Load images and content dynamically, from posts (including custom post types), WordPress galleries and Flickr
  • Pagination for the panels
  • Retina support
  • Lazy loading
  • Deep linking
  • Conditional images
  • Lightbox integration
  • Full Width and Full Window support
  • Carousel layout
  • Auto height
  • Fade effect
  • Breakpoints for changing the slider’s settings at different screen sizes
  • Action and filter hooks
  • Import and export sliders

These videos demonstrate the full capabilities of the plugin.

Screenshots

  • The list with all the created sliders.
  • The user interface for creating and editing a slider.
  • The preview window in the admin area.

Installation

To install the plugin:

  1. Install the plugin through Plugins > Add New > Upload or by copying the unzipped package to wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Activate the Slider Pro plugin through the ‘Plugins > Installed Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

To create sliders:

  1. Go to Slider Pro > Add New and click the ‘Add Panels’ button.
  2. Select one or more images from the Media Library and click ‘Insert into post’.
  3. After you customized the slider, click the ‘Create’ button.

To publish sliders:

Copy the [sliderpro id=”1″] shortcode in the post or page where you want the slider to appear. You can also insert it in PHP code by using , or in the widgets area by using the built-in Slider Pro widget.

FAQ

How can I add links to the images in the slider?

When you select an image from the Media Library, in the right columns, under ‘ATTACHMENT DISPLAY SETTINGS’, you can set the ‘Link To’ option to ‘Custom URL’ and then specify the URL in the field below.

How can I add captions to the images in the slider?

When you select an image from the Media Library, in the right columns, under ‘ATTACHMENT DETAILS’, you can use the ‘Caption’ field.

How can I set the size of the images?

When you select an image from the Media Library, in the right columns, under ‘ATTACHMENT DISPLAY SETTINGS’, you can use the ‘Size’ option to select the most appropriate size for the images.

Reviews

October 15, 2021
I was looking for around 4 hours straight trying to find a carousel plugin that didn't remove 90% of features without making you pay 200+$ for it, and that's when I landed on this plugin. The ability to actually customize your carousel, images, URLs, and MORE without paying a CRAZY amount of money is absolutely awesome. The amount of customization that you can with each slide alone is more that you can do within other carousel plugins in their entirety without paying money. THANK YOU!!!
August 26, 2020
I wanted an image carousel with all images perfectly aligned both top and bottom. I tested lots of widgets but Slider Pro was the only one that could make it exactly the way I wanted it. And the support was amazing, all my problems solved in no time! As a bonus it has a superb lightbox.
September 8, 2018
I migrated to WP about a year and a half ago. My first slider was Revolution as it came bundled with Avada. When tuning the site I discovered how slow Rev Slider was and went on to test about 8 new sliders. I'm a photographer so loading big slide shows is important to me. With that said, it doesn't matter how big, or how many slides you are loading to suffer a major speed penalty with most sliders (especially Rev). The code itself significantly slows page loads. I wound up with Slider Pro which was by far the lightest and fastest I was able to find and test. It's easy to use, and again, super fast. It's hard to imagine that anyone that cares about the UE, or SEO wouldn't make this same change. It's not true that it has not been updated in two years, I get regular updates. You can see all the updates and activity at codecanyon. The support has been amazing as well. The developer, David, is obsessed with speed and simplicity. You should be too, sliders can be so detrimental to load times.
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Contributors & Developers

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

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Changelog

1.4

  • fix styling for sidebar panels
  • update the upgrade text
  • update the website address

1.3

  • fix compatibility with Gutenberg
  • display a warning if the image size is smaller than the slide size
  • other fixes and improvements

1.2

  • fixed missing panel arrows in admin area

1.1

  • fixed some compatibility issues with WordPress 4.3

1.0

  • release of the lite version