I used this for a client website. I designed the site and with it in based strongly on the way it looks on SliderVillas own website, assuming it would be easy to customise to look like that example. So awkward.
If you want to use their default buttons and styes that's fine, but bespoke customisations are difficult. I had to edit plugin files, so have had to fix the version number to one way in the future so my client won't update it. If I had time, I would rebuild with another plugin, but unfortunately I'm stuck with this.
Also the interface is not very intuitive.
I won't use it again, but it might be ok for those not to fussed about its appearance.
The settings only allow for a fixed pixel height. This means that on smaller screens the bottom of the testimonial is cut off.
I installed the WordPress Testimonial Slider, after I was not able to get GC testimonials to slide on my homepage without using the widget. To my surprise, the WordPress Testimonial Slider automatically imported my testiminials from GC testimonials.
The bad news is that the slide is not working on my page, and I have not received any support.... The Slider list all of my testimonials at one time, and it does not slide.
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