Support » Plugin: WP Bannerize » tip: how to rotate your banners with jQuery Cycle

  • maxgx


    i think i’ve found a way to rotate banners using jQuery Cycle.

    the site is already loading the jquery.cycle.all.js script cos i’m using Meteor Slides – if yours doesn’t, find a way to load the script, probably through your functions.php or another slideshow plugin.

    all you need then is to set your WP Bannerize widget to show more than 1 banner (of course) and to target the group’s css class with the jQuery Cycle function:

    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    jQuery(document).ready(function() {
    fx: ‘fade’ // choose your transition type, ex: fade, scrollUp, shuffle, etc…

    (you could, of course, target all of your ad widgets by using the .wp_bannerize class)

    to insert the javascript above, i’m using the Enhanced Text plugin, introducing a widget right above the WP Bannerize one.

    to recap: install Metero Slides (or make sure jquery.cycle.all.js is loaded on your site), install Enhanced Text (or any other plugin that lets you add javascript in a text widget), set WP Bannerize widget “Max” to more than 1, insert the jQuery Cycle function with your desired effect right above it.
    that’s all.

    for more jQuery Cycle effects and settings, visit:

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  • Plugin Author gfazioli


    yep, we are building a huge ecosystem with wpXtreme.
    shortly you will see all plugin features on
    in the meanwhile you can download wpXtreme version of Bannerize once installed wpXtreme plugin.
    Stay tuned and thank you for the patience!



    I tried it, but new version of wpXtreme Bannerize is the same that previous, but slow-down my website.
    I’d like to install a separate version of Bannerize, improved with user’s feedbacks!


    I’m newbie for wordpress. I’m using Wp-Bannerize for my site. I’m trying to rotate the banner after an interval.

    I downloaded the jQuery Cycle function from this and added the file in header.php of theme. Now called a text widget just above the top banner widget and added the above code replacing the class name with “wp_bannerize” to make sure all gets effected. But this didn’t worked out.

    Any help in appreciated.

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