Easing Slider – WordPress plugin Free download

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Easing Slider

Description

Creating sliders with WordPress has always been a tricky business. Similiar plugins try to provide a solution but none really hit the mark. Easing Slider aims to fix that. This plugin focuses on achieving it’s core purpose – to create and manage sliders with ease. It aims to keep slider creation simple, require little to no learning curve, and fit into the WordPress admin area like it was included from the start.

Put simply, Easing Slider makes creating sliders simple by providing just the features you need.

Need additionals features? Easing Slider is fully flexible and can be enhanced with add-ons available to license holders only. Want to gain access? See Pricing.

Some of the best Easing Slider features include:

Primary Features

Responsive & ready for all devices
Seamless integration with the WordPress admin area
Full WordPress Media Library integration
Smooth transitions thanks to hardware acceleration
Professional & reliable code by experienced PHP developers
Lazy Loading for extremely fast page loading times
Lots of add-ons to enhance functionality greatly (See our Website)

Support

Need help & support? No problems. If you ever run into any trouble, don’t hesitate to Contact Us.

Additional Features

Easing Slider is highly focused to ensure a solid user experience. To ensure this, we offer our additional features as installable add-ons. This ensures that you’re using only the features you require, with nothing else to pollute your product experience. Some additional feature available include:

Simple Captions – Add captions to your slides with minimal effort!
Posts Feed – Source slides from WordPress posts, pages, or a custom post type.
Thumbnails – Use thumbnails as for slider pagination, instead of icons.
Video Slides – Add videos to your sliders from YouTube, Vimeo or Wistia.
Carousel – Turn your slider(s) into a carousel, showing multiple slides at once.
Lightbox – Link images to a jQuery Lightbox
External Images – Add images from external sites via URL

Contributing

Easing Slider is fully open source. We welcome all contributions, issues and criticism. Please don’t hesitate to follow & contribute through Github. You can find our repository here.

Screenshots

“All Sliders” admin page. This is where you manage your sliders.
Preview of the “Edit Slider” panel.
Modal window for managing the settings of an individual slide.
Preview of the plugin “Settings” admin page.
“Customize” admin page, which allows you to customize the styling of a slider.
Browse available extensions for Easing Slider from the “Extensions” admin page.
A preview of a slider. This is how is should appear on your WordPress site (may differ based on your settings).

Installation

Display a slider

To display the slider, you can use any of the following methods.

In a post/page:
Simply insert the shortcode below into the post/page to display the slider. Be sure to replace the “1” with the ID of the slider you wish to display.

[easingslider id="1"]

Function in template files (via php):
To insert the slider into your theme, add the following code to the appropriate theme file. As above, replace the “1” with the ID of the slider you wish to display.

<?php if ( function_exists( "easingslider" ) ) { easingslider( 1 ); } ?>

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Display a slider

To display the slider, you can use any of the following methods.

In a post/page:
Simply insert the shortcode below into the post/page to display the slider. Be sure to replace the “1” with the ID of the slider you wish to display.

[easingslider id="1"]

Function in template files (via php):
To insert the slider into your theme, add the following code to the appropriate theme file. As above, replace the “1” with the ID of the slider you wish to display.

<?php if ( function_exists( "easingslider" ) ) { easingslider( 1 ); } ?>

My slider continually loads. What’s wrong?

This can often be caused by a jQuery conflict. Many plugins don’t load jQuery correctly and as a result break the plugins that do.

Firstly, disable all of the other plugins you have activated (or as many as you can). If the issue persists, with just Easing Slider “Lite” active, it is more than likely a conflict with the theme.

If the slider works when it is the only plugin active, you’re experiencing a plugin conflict. Carefully enable each plugin, one-by-one, checking the slider each time. Keep doing this until you activate the plugin that breaks the slider.

After you’ve taken these two steps, make a support topic and we will get back to you as soon as you can. Otherwise, feel free to contact the developer(s) of the conflict plugin/theme also. They should also be able to provide you with assistance.

How can I edit a slide?

This is easy. When editing a slider in the “All Sliders” admin area, simply click an individual slide thumbnail and it’s settings panel will appear.

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