Testimonials

Description

Testimonials is a WordPress plugin that allows you to manage and display testimonials for your blog, product or service.
It can be used to build your portfolio or to encourage readers to subscribe / buy your products.

Free Features:

  • Responsive
  • HTML5 markup
  • Using Custom Post Type – Testimonial
  • There have 2 Layout – Listing & Slider
  • Slider with one style
  • 3 Skins
  • Sliding Testimonials using Flexslider

All functionality are driven by shortcodes. Here is the shortcode syntax:

  1. List View :
    [testimonials view=list style=”one|two|three” orderby=”date|rand|ID|title”
    order=”DESC|ASC” post_id=”” thumb=”small|medium|large”
    limit=”1|5|…|10|20|25|-1″]

  2. Slider :
    [sliding_testimonials style=”one” orderby=”date|rand|ID|title”
    order=”DESC|ASC” post_id=”” thumb=”small|medium|large”
    limit=”1|5|…|10|20|-1″ autoslide=”true” animation=”slide|fade”
    slideshowSpeed=7000 animationSpeed=600]

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PRO Features:

  • Responsive
  • 3 layouts – List, Grid & Table
  • 8 unique styles
  • Rotating testimonials (using flexslider)
  • 600+ Google fonts are integrated. So you can choose appropriate font for name, position and testimonials content
  • Testimonials Design Platte – You do not need any custom code for design of your testimonials.
  • Shortcode – You can put the code any places ( pages/post/custom post type page/sidebar/footer/header)
  • Slider Settings

Screenshots

  • List view Style One shortcode
  • 3 columns table shortcode
  • sliding testimonials at sidebar
  • Output of List view
  • 3 columns table view

Reviews

List Content

juanateyesore

I downloaded this hoping to save some time in displaying a few testimonials. However, the content in each p tag would run off the page. I didn't feel like digging too far into the css or what the possible conflict could be (I'm using Inuit). If you leave any fields unused, such as business link or business name, the plugin leaves the space empty, that would be used by those fields. It should at least check to see if they're empty.

2 stars because it could be an issue with Inuit but I don't think it is.

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Changelog

3.0.1 – 13/09/2014

  • Fix Flexslider JQuery Error
  • Fix Posts ID

3.0 – 09/02/2014

  • Feature – Responsive
  • Feature – HTML5 Markup
  • Feature – Custom Post Type
  • Feature – 2 layouts, 3 skins & Flexslider for sliding testimonials

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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