A fullscreen background slideshow plugin
As the title says, the plugin does exactly this and saves you the time to having to do the work manually via custom functions in your theme's functions.php.
Everything is in the title...
You can use this plugin to create one or many slideshows to feature on any given page. It's easy to add multiple pictures at once. The plugin blends into WordPress well. The shortcodes are easy to generate and everything works as intended. Great plugin for full page background slideshows.
My Just what I was looking forfull screen slider
You can create easily a Slider and insert a Shortcode with its ID in a Page or Post.
I would like it even more if there would be a possibility to get a PHP code for inserting in a template.
You can work around by copying the resulting JS sourcecode from a page into the template. But that is annoying if you want to change the template slider.
I used a "Standard Slider" in the template and a per page slider for all pages I would like to have a different slider than the "Standard Slider". Looks like these two Sliders are working on one page although you can see sometimes the first image form the "Standard Slider" for a short time.
Perhaps it would be possible to code something for marking a Slider as "Global" and displaying this slider on all pages which do not have a shortcode in it?
>>> Solution: Use the WordPress do_shortcode function <<<
Thank you for the Plugin!
The UI is very intuitive and easy to use. The shortcode generator makes it easy for clients to add their own slideshow to pages/posts.
Fantastic plugin. I was debating spending $15 on something but it's all here. Excellent.
Hi, thanks for the plugin! I'm building my first WP site and not sure how to implement this plugin. I activated it, created a slide show (well 1 image that I want to be the full screen background), published it but it doesn't show. I copied the shortcode and inserted it in the "Theme options" in the header and the footer areas, when I refreshed the site I could only see the code on top and on the bottom, but no image. I'm sorry for my ignorance but I couldn't find any other help on this, so maybe you could help this newb and tell me exactly how to make this plugin work?
A breath of fresh air. Concise and efficient. no bloat.
It's there on the menu bar. Easy to add images, then drag and drop to order them. A Shortcode is generated for you to put where you like. Bang.. done.. have as many as you like.
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