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webfi-How to Easily Create a Responsive WordPress Slider with Soliloquy



Sliders are commonly used to show images on the front page of a website. There are many slider plugins out there that can be complicated but there is at least one that is not. In this video, we will show you how to easily create a responsive WordPress slider with Soliloquy.

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Summary of this Tutorial:

You will need to purchase this plugin.

Start by installing and activating the Soliloquy plugin.

This will add a new section to your admin area called Soliloquy.

Go to Soliloquy, Add New and fill in the title then add any images you want to use as slides.

With the images added you can edit their alt text, image title, hyperlink on the image, and the caption for the image.

When finished adding this, save the metadata.

Now we can configure the settings to edit the transitions, dimensions, the theme to use for the slider, and many more possible options.

With the settings how we like we can publish the slider and place it anywhere using the shortcode.

Related Links:

Soliloquy

http://soliloquywp.com/

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6 Comments

  • Nostravinci on August 20, 2014

    I like the longer video. It would be nice to see a few examples of the sliders in action after you adjust some of the settings.

  • Beantown Review on December 27, 2014

    I'm hoping there's one of these videos for Envira Gallery.

  • PATS2CENTS on February 25, 2016

    What works almost as well for those who can't afford the added expense of paying for one?

  • Romeo Richards on February 23, 2017

    Very instructive thanks

  • Mark Shirley on August 6, 2017

    No full width option so now rendered useless

  • Mohamed Abdel-Hady on January 13, 2018

    if i wanna create images for slider to look good on phone what are the optimum dimensions to put for images to look good on phone? the default is 600*200 .. should I leave it there?

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