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  • Plugin Author joerhoney

    (@joerhoney)


    In searching for a good slideshow plugin, I had a lot of high criteria. It had to be native to WordPress, preferably with its own content type and taxonomy. It had to enable me to add slideshows with a flexible shortcode. It had to provide a widget, so I could put slideshows in any widget area. It had to use classes and not style attributes, so I could have full control over its look, feel and animation transitions. It had to be clean and not overwhelm me with a slew of poorly thought out bells and whistles that could never be useful to me. It would not invade other parts of WordPress it didn’t belong in and it would just stick to what it is made for—slideshows.

    I couldn’t find that plugin. Indeed I couldn’t find any plugins that came anywhere near that description, even some which met a small handful of my criteria. So I made this one. I’ve been using AddFunc Slides for production projects throughout its entire development, so I can attest that it is reliable.

    I hope there are others in the community and the world who have a criteria similar to what I had, and who will greatly benefit from AddFunc Slides.

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