Easily create responsive & lightweight image slider (rotator) widgets in any sidebar, post or page.
Simple, easy to use, and responsive. I can load pictures from my computer, media library, or even a NextGen gallery.
A couple of shortcomings:
Sometimes we can see some new plugins which are somehow special. Weptile is one of those kind of plugins with a working manner and easy interface. It's cool for those who are not sensitive about their site looking in different browsers, because the first eye-catching problem of this plugin is its challenges with firefox and IE; but it works relatively good with chrome and opera (mostly in case of image url, style and transitions). With a glance to the other reviews of this plugin we can understand that the main complaint is about PHP and CSS codes which are not tested enough to present an integrated always working composition. I myself -as a newcomer in wp world- am very interested to check the next versions of this plugin out! Hope the author do not make users heads over heels :)
Slides images in widget area and provides a link for each exactly what I needed for my project.
Just what I needed. Works like a charm. Easy, intuitive, clean!
Using it with "Responsive " theme.
Thank you so much for this I will use it a lot!1
I like this
Super easy to use, works perfect.
Just need to figure out how to show different images depending on the page or category.
Nice and intuitive, and works like a charm. Some small issues:
- layout of the widget in the WP backend is cluttered in W7+Firefox: the buttons don't align well;
- the slider isn't placed in a <p> tag, so I have to repeat all styling on a
.widget p on
- I'm really missing a 'swipe' transition option -- a 'slide in' where simultaneously the original image slides out.
yes, functional (fully responsive) slideshow which easily works with media library.
It took way more time to find a simple widget that would allow for a rotating image in my sidebar. I wanted to use images already in my media library, and I didn't want more options than a modern fighter jet. I found it here. I only took off one star for media library integration. Once it's possible to display existing captions (for images sourced from the media library) rather than requiring a second caption to be set, it'll be five stars. Very happy.
I like the plugin, but I'm running into problems when uploading images. At first I thought it was the extension. But I tried several things which all resulted in the 'broken image' icon. Have you guys got any idea what is going on?
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