Add a jQuery Coda Slider to any WordPress post or page configured with custom metabox options, shortcode or template tag
0.3 is a complete code rewrite. You will now find a metabox on your post and page screens that give you complete control of all the slider options. Once configured the slider will be automatically added to the page. CSS options: You can control the css using the options and can even include a block of custom css.
shortcodes are deprecated but will still work as before
existing template tag function has been deprecated and replaced with a new one. The new one takes the arguments as an array.
The id argument is the div id that will be assigned to the slider. Make sure each slider has a unique id.
This is the WordPress post category the slider will pull from and display in your slider.
The short code will work on posts, pages, and WordPress 3.0 custom post types.
Copy the coda-slider-3.0.css file and move it to your themes root directory and rename it to coda-slider.css. When outputting the CSS the plugin looks for this file. If not found the defualt css will be added.
The full description of the shortcode arguments can be found on the new github Coda Slider repository at: https://github.com/KevinBatdorf/codaslider
Please post support questions to the wordpress.org support forums with the tag wp-coda-slider
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 800+
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