Support » Plugin: vSlider Multi Image Slider for WordPress » Automatically import larger featured images

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  • Plugin Author Mr. Vibe


    I wanted to inform that we’ve launched vSlider v 5.X and suggest you to try the 5.0.1 version and in case you face any issues, you can post them on our forums or email us at

    And YEs, the 5.0.1 version picks the largest image.

    Hi, I installed the latest version from the website and it will not automatically import the photos from the posts.

    The previous version did this pretty well.

    Please advise.

    Plugin Author Mr. Vibe


    It will now automatically import..
    Use the slide generator instead.

    How can you generate slides?
    1. Select Image source -> Generate Images
    2. Set the Number of Slides/Images you want to show.
    3. Select the Post Type, it works with your custom post types as well.
    4. Select the Taxonomy
    5. Select Taxonomy term.
    For example: In posts, I have a category called “Abc”
    So If I want to create a slider which takes featured images from category ABC then My settings are
    Post Type: Post
    Taxonomy: Category
    Taxonomy Term : Abc
    6. Select popular post entries or recent post entries.
    7. Generate.

    As soon as you click generate it generates slides in the Slides panel at the bottom.

    You get images and caption heading and caption text pulled from the posts. You can then alter any of the slide settings and click save.

    Post saving you can Live preview your slider and use the shortcode wherever you want it.

    Hi Mr. Vibe,

    I have installed vslider v5.0.1

    I am not able to set the image source as you described above.

    I don’t see options 6 and 7.
    6. Select popular post entries or recent post entries.
    7. Generate.

    See this link for a screenshot:

    I would appreciate any help on this. WordPress v3.5.1


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