The best responsive WordPress slider plugin. Made lite and free.
Impossible to add pictures from your Library.
The only transition is fade, no slide.
There will be navigation arrows and dots, no option to deactivate it.
A very too simple slider to me. I need more options.
I had to replace the native slider of a theme and this one worked like a charm out of the box, responsive across all screens and looks great! WordPress demo here
If you want to quickly throw a few image sliders that are responsive, seamless, and smooth into your pages, Soliloquy is the best bet I've found so far. Most slider interfaces give me a headache--I rarely need so much customization. I like that it makes the slug for the shortcode very clear immediately upon publication. That being said, as other have noted, the Lite version is fairly barebones. Still, it works!
Better after update.
Can put it also in php file ?
Bought it - but unfortunately does not work every time correctly with Windows Phone, despite if mobile mode is enabled or not. It halts in rendering/loading the image in endless loop, when entering the site. did go through all the possible settings and tweaking... no luck.
While this does technically do what it says - there are some mind-boggingly poor decisions implemented in the plugin interface that makes using it much more of a chore than it need be (e.g. having no way to select images from existing uploaded library, having to re-upload EVERY single image / constant nagging about upgrading to PRO on every screen)...
EDIT: to further clarify on the point above about no access to the uploaded media gallery, the author specifically lists 'Use the same image for multiple sliders' as one of the features of the Lite option on his comparison page (http://soliloquywp.com/soliloquy-lite-vs-soliloquy/) - this is NOT one of the features...
I spent 1 hour trying to make a slider occupying the full width and it didn't work out. The images where either shrinked or cropped. It may be responsive, but it makes it uncontrollable.
Uninstalled it already.
The plugin works really well for most tasks, but the big flaw is that you cannot choose an existing image from your Library. You must upload an image at the time you are creating the slideshow.
Very impressive and easy to install and setup. I had it up and running in 5 minutes, customized and finished in 30 minutes. I wish all WP plugins worked this well.
The best slider available
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