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WP-SlidesJS

Description

WP-SlidesJS adds wp-slidesjs shortcut function to WordPress in order to create Slides JS slideshow from posts of a category.

Usage

Place [wp-slidesjs] shortcode into anywhere in the post or a page. You can use the following to specify the posts to show:

  • category_id: ID of the category to show posts from
    or
  • category_slug: slug of the category to show posts from
    or
  • page_id: id of the page to show
    or
  • post_id: id of the post to show

    and (optional)

  • limit: limit the number of the posts to show

Example 1:
[wp-slidesjs category_id=12 limit=6]

This will create the slider from the last 6 posts of category #12. You’ll going to have 6 slides this way.

Example 2:
[wp-slidesjs page_id=3,211,1389,1121 ]

This will create the slider from pages #3, #211, #1389 and #1121. You’ll going to have 4 slides this way.

The number of sliders per page is unlimited.

Screenshots

  • With default CSS enabled

Installation

  1. Upload contents of wp-slidesjs.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
  3. Fine tune the settings in Settings -> wp-slidesjs menu in WordPress

Contributors & Developers

“WP-SlidesJS” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.4.1

2012.01.21

  • typo correction

0.4

2012.01.21

  • added functionality of adding multiple ids separated by ‘,’
  • added support for page_id & post_id to select exact pages as source of slides

0.3

2012.01.05

  • bugfixes, special thanks to Bardsart

0.2

2012.01.05

  • DO NOT USE THIS VERSION

0.1

2011.12.27

  • initial release