Support » Plugin: Easing Slider » only 1 slider?

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  • Yes, I agree!
    Surely there MUST be a way of saving different slideshows and inserting various ones in different locations on one website. Can anyone please advise?
    Thank you.

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Hi @genkilyn and @shaunspirit, unfortunately Easing Slider “Lite” has been limited to just one slideshow – for unlimited slideshows, you’ll need to upgrade to Easing Slider “Pro” here.

    There are some additional extra features as well, so have a look around the site to get a feel for it 🙂 Also, feel free to give the admin demo a try here 🙂

    Brilliant! Thanks Matthew, I’ll check that all out. 😉

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Awesome! 😀

    If you ever have any questions or need a hand with the plugin, don’t hesitate to ask through support page on the site. I’ll be sure to respond personally 🙂

    I LOVE it! Thanks Matthew. I love the whole experience, it’s brilliant. I’ve only just started to implement it into the site, but present, I’m wondering if it’s possible to:

    A) rearrange the order of images by dragging them (ie: without deleting them and/or adding one by one in preferred order?)

    B) To enable the dimensions to automatically scale proportionately when choosing a new size? (I’m jumping in to photoshop to see what the depth would be when changing the width, so as to retain the entire image without cropping or having a gap).

    C) have captions displayed (either the file name or preferably, a typed in caption).

    D) do you recommend disabling the ‘Lite’ version?

    Thanks again for a great plugin 😉

    E) can we set slider to ‘pause on hover’?

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Awesome, really glad to hear you’re love it 🙂 Means a lot!

    Regarding your questions:

    1) Yes, you should be able to do this by simply drag-and-dropping the slides in the “Edit Slideshow” panel. Is it not working?

    2) Do you mean make the slideshow responsive? If so, there is an option for this under the “width” and “height” settings in the “Dimensions” box. It’s allow the slideshow to scale down/up proportionally with your theme.

    3) Captions are a “Pro” feature. Documentation can be found here.

    4) Yes, best to have “Lite” disabled when “Pro” is active. No real need to have both activated 🙂

    5) Not natively, but it’s a feature we’re going to add soon. In the meantime, you can implement it manually. Have a look at this support topic.

    Hope that answers your questions. Feel free to ask more if you have any 🙂

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