Support » Plugin: Easing Slider » Google Page Speed / Specify Image Dimensions

  • Resolved Haz


    Hi, I’m testing out your plugin and it looks really good. It works well, and I’m very much impressed. I have a few questions, though:

    1. When Optimizing for Google Page Speed, the plugin does not seem to let me specify image dimensions. I am using Twenty Twelve as a test theme, and I intend to use this plugin on a responsive site. Is there anyway to specify the image dimensions?

    2. Can I have more that one slider so I can have different sliders for different pages?

    3. I am interested in upgrading to your pro version, but I am unclear on what additional features the pro version offers.

    Let me know, thanks!

    John T

    The following image(s) are missing width and/or height attributes.
    • (Dimensions: 960 x 250)
    • (Dimensions: 960 x 250)
    • (Dimensions: 960 x 250)
    • (Dimensions: 960 x 250)
    • (Dimensions: 960 x 250)

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  • Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Hi @tvguy2000, the responsive nature of the slideshow (when enabled) means the images are resized to the greatest height (as set in the “Edit Slideshow” settings panel) and then resized within the browser on smaller devices. That’s a good as it gets really, not much improvement can be made unless we start introducing cookies and detecting browser viewports, which might be something for the future.

    Make sure the “Image Resizing” functionality is enabled in the “Settings” panel under the “Slideshow” tab, which should use WordPress’s built in resizing functionality.

    As for unlimited slideshows, this is a “Pro” only feature (can be purchased here). Some of the other additional features include:

    – Touch & Drag Support
    – HTML content on your slides
    – Link slides to Youtube/Vimeo videos that will play when clicked
    – Import & Export slideshows functionality (for transferring between sites, backups, etc.

    Those are the main feature enhancements 🙂

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