The best responsive WordPress slider plugin. Made lite and free.
Soliloquy, the best responsive WordPress slider plugin, is now available in its Lite form! Soliloquy is audited by Mark Jaquith, lead developer of WordPress, for security and features the easiest to use and most performance optimized code for a WordPress slider plugin. By utilizing custom post types, Soliloquy allows you to create an infinite number of responsive WordPress sliders with an infinite number of images in each slider with a few clicks of the mouse. It's hard to go wrong with this WordPress slider!
Note: This is the lite version of the Soliloquy WordPress slider. Want even more WordPress slider features, including HTML/video slides, complete embedded video support for YouTube and Vimeo, widgets, and access to exclusive Addons (such as full lightbox support and image filters)? Click here to purchase the best responsive WordPress slider plugin now!
Beyond the features mentioned above, there are lots of other WordPress slider features inside of the plugin. You gain the benefit of an intuitive user interface that makes slider management easy, simple to understand slider options, and a plethora of hooks and filters to manipulate the slider output.
It's hard to go wrong by choosing Soliloquy as your all-in-one WordPress slider plugin solution!
Soliloquy is the best choice for a WordPress slider plugin because it is fast, extremely inuitive and super easy to use. You can get your slider going in just a matter of seconds. In fact, take a look at how easy it is to create a WordPress slider with the paid version of the Soliloquy WordPress slider in the video below:
Note: This WordPress slider plugin is provided as-is. Only critical bug fixes, future compatibility with WordPress versions and routine maintenance will be addressed in plugin updates. If you want support or access to more slider features, consider purchasing a support license.
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-6-25
Active Installs: 90,000+
13 of 16 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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