Easy to use, I solved mi needs in a couple of minutes
very quick and easy to set up and get running.
As I said, works great.
but... is ugly. A little control on formating, transparent background, margins/padding, AND centering is needed. I tried to 'fix' with css but the widget overrides the css.
The plugin was exactly what I was looking for: cycle through various images my sidebar and allow navigation when an image was clicked. Installation and configure is exactly what you would expect: add the widget to the location you want the images to display, choose options for basic settings related to how to display the images, and add the images. Better still is the support. After updating many plugins, I noticed that Image Rotator was having an issue loading the pictures. They promptly replied to me email, offered to investigate my particular issue, and ultimately solved my problem. I couldn't be happier.
Links to external sites is non existent. When I click the + sign to add pictures, I get looped back to my front page layout screen. So there is no way to add pictures for the plugin to rotate....
some images get cropped differently in safari than in firefox.
Image real size 528x140 (is size 475x126px in safari (retina issue?) and 528x140 in firefox)
Image real size 377x100 (is size 337x89 in safari (retina issue?) and 377x100 in firefox)
Absolutely good plugin. Fullfils my needs for displaying logos in the sidebar completely.
Thanks for the good work! Keep it up-to-date.
Thanks to Douglas Karr for the quick respons and knowledge.
It does what is advertised and that is all. It has no extra features. I wanted to generate a random image on every page load, as well as supply an external link if that image is clicked (say to go to a page I have on the site). It just rotates images and opens those images. Not too helpful.
doesn't work properly on Firefox and no support is available!
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