Simple, beautiful, responsive slideshows for WordPress. Upload images, add links & titles, & rearrange slides. Embed with a shortcode.
Very nice plugin, works great too, top of it its fully responsive!
Simpler and user friendly controls, just as per needs, no exaggerate gimmicks.
after trying allsorts of other sliders and getting annoyed and lost with them, then I found sliceshow...SO EASY TO USE!!!
Solid, easy to use, seems to use best coding practices. Well established jquery plug-in, custom posts.
You might want to use ONet Regenerate Thumbnails if you have already uploaded your images before you want to use the plug-in.
Soliloquy was having some very odd side-effects on a client's website, so I looked for an alternative responsive image slider. This plugin filled the spot perfectly.
I think that after a few usability improvements (adding more than 5 images takes forever, doing a bulk upload doesn't work, etc), this plugin could be more than the only free Soliloquy alternative.
Even though it has some problems, I give this a 5/5 because it's only on version 1.1
I used this plugin because it was simply good. But shortly before I wanted to launch the site I couldn't edit my sliders because the insert screen for the images was blank.
See the forum for more. The author hasn't answered!
I spent time trying to look for something simple and had a professional website with clean and neat implementation. One look at the website & I knew this was THE ONE. Great implementation, Simple & neat documentation. Just go for it.
We've been using this plugin for a few months now and chose to use this particular one because it's responsive.
We did have a bit of trouble with the plugin working in IE. After a few extremely helpful emails with one of the developers, we were up and running in no time. The issue in IE had nothing to do with the plugin but rather our WP site.
Thanks Tyler for all your help we really appreciate it!
I don't know the person that wrote the other review, but a sliceshow's ID is visible when you edit the sliceshow and look at the permalink field. It'll say something like "Permalink: http://www.website.com/sliceshow/111/", and 111 is your id number. From there, all you have to do is enter [sliceshow id="111"] on your page or post of choice, and the show appears!
I'd love to be able to have the entire image be clickable as a link, but for now, this is working nicely for me.
To insert this plugin to a page, post, or anywhere else to the template, you need to find the slideshow's ID, which is not a known value.
It might be more better, if I can insert this slideshow into my page with the slideshow's name or slug.
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