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Meteor Slides 1.4
File ID: 97137






Meteor Slides 1.4
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License: Freeware
File Size: 245.8 KB
Downloads: 7
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Meteor Slides 1.4 Description
Description: This plugin makes it simple to manage a slideshow with WordPress by adding a custom post type for slides. The slideshow is powered by jQuery Cycle and has over twenty transition styles to choose from.

The slides are managed as featured images through the media library; they will automatically be cropped to the dimensions specified on the settings page. Optionally, each slide can link to any Post, Page, or external URL of your choice.
Features

* Easy integration: Add the slideshow to your site using a template tag, shortcode, or widget.
* Slideshow settings page: Control the slide height and width, the number of slides, and the slideshow speed and transition style.
* Slideshow transition styles: blindX, blindY, blindZ, cover, curtainX, curtainY, fade, fadeZoom, growX, growY, none, scrollUp, scrollDown, scrollLeft, scrollRight, scrollHorz, scrollVert, slideX, slideY, turnUp, turnDown, turnLeft, turnRight, uncover, wipe, zoom.
* Slideshow navigation: Optional previous/next and paged slide navigation.
* Multiple languages: English, French, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish.

Future Features

* Multiple slideshows.
* Choose which slides display.
* Reorder slides.

Installation :

1. Upload the meteor-slides folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
3. Use <?php if(function_exists('meteor_slideshow')) { meteor_slideshow(); } ?> to add this slideshow to your theme, use [meteor_slideshow] to add it to your Post or Page content, or use the Meteor Slides Widget to add it to a sidebar.

Before adding any slides, go to the Meteor Slides Settings page and set the slide height and width so that those slides are cropped to the correct size.
Meteor Slides Screencast

This short screencast explains how to set up Meteor Slides, create new slides, and add the slideshow to your site using the shortcode or template tag.

License: Freeware

Related: Slides, Slideshow, Slide, meteor, Transition, meteor slideshow, Settings, cropped, Width, Height, shortcode, Template, adding, Wordpress, styles, Multiple

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 245.8 KB

Downloads: 7



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