Place an amazing image slider in post/page/portfolio post. Image Slider is a beautiful shortcode with amazing flexibility that produces best results. This responsive slider gives you full control of the slider with 24 different slider style, pagination/navigation configurations, slider configuration with amazing Transition Styles, Auto play on/off, slider delay time settings and more.
Image Slider Style – Select an image slider style from 24 pre-defined slider styles. Each slider style has preview image, it will help you to select best style you like.
Show Pagination – Select ON to show pagination in slider.
Pagination Style – Select pagination style (Dot Style, Line Style or Round Style)
Pagination Color Style – Select Pagination Color Style (Dark Style or Light Style)
Show Navigation – Select ON to show navigation in slider.
Navigation Style – Select Navigation Style (Next/Prev Black Arrow or Next/Prev White Arrow)
Cursor Color Style – Select Cursor Color Style (White Cursor, Black Cursor or
Transition Style – Select Transition Style (Slide Style, Fade Style, BackSlide Style, GoDown Style or FadeUp Style)
Autoplay – Select TRUE to autoplay slider.
Stop On Hover – Select TRUE to stop autoplay when hover on slider
Slide Delay Time – Select slide delay time (1ms = 100)
Add Active Class – Select TRUE to add active class
Slider ID – Define element id (The id attribute specifies a unique id for an HTML element)
Slider Extra Class – Add additional CSS class to this element if you wish, you can define multiple CSS class with use of space like “Class1 Class2”
Step 6: Click on “+” button as show in below image to add slide for image slider.
Step 7: Click on “Add Slide” as showing in below image.
Step 8: Follow below inputs/settings and see “Image Slider” preview in frontend.
Slide Image – Select image for slide
Title – Add title text
Content – Add content or text description
Choose Button – Hide/show buttons in slide (Notes: It will only apply if your selected image slider style contains the button)
Title Color – Choose title color
Extra ID – Define element id (The id attribute specifies a unique id for an HTML element)
Extra Class – Add additional CSS class to this element if you wish, you can define multiple CSS class with use of space like “Class1 Class2”