- Completely Repsonsive
- Video Support – Embed Vimeo/Youtube/etc. Videos
- Multiple Sliders
- Fade/Slide Animations
- Works in all major browsers
- Slide Captions
- Slide Links
- Comprehensive Documentation
Built with FlexSlider by Woo Themes, meaning the slider will always stay up to date and be improved!
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We’ve made is so easy to use your sliders. After adding a slide through the new Slides Custom Post Type, you can also choose for that slide to be a part of a specific ‘slider’. Then, using the SHORTCODE or PHP, you can use any of your sliders in template files or through a page or post.
There’s plenty of settings to take better control of your slider, from changing to effect to changing the time each slide plays for – best of all, it’s all completely responsive. Just try the demo on your mobile!
Integration is really easy and can be done in 2 ways.
When creating your slider through Slides > Add New, you can also add a Slider for that slide to be assigned to. You can view all of your sliders under Slides > Sliders. After creating all yout slides, you can use the slider on your site either through PHP or Shortcode.
<?php echo nextslider_slider_template(''); ?>
A Specific Slider with ID 7: (ID found in the ID column under Sliders)
<?php echo nextslider_slider_template(7); ?>
A Specific Slider with ID 7:
There’s also a lot fo settings you can use to control the slider, found under Sliders > Settings.
- Which slider does Next Slider use?
- Can I have multiple sliders?
- Can I display multiple sliders on one page?
- My slider’s just not displaying!
- My slider isn’t displaying the specific slider I want?
- I’m getting the following error message when using PHP to display my slider (with all slides): Warning: Missing argument 1 for nextslider_slider_template(), called in etc. etc.
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Which slider does Next Slider use?
Tags:Next Slider proudly uses the lovely FlexSlider by Woo Themes.
Can I have multiple sliders?
Tags: slidersYep! When you create a slide you can assign it a 'Slider', and then using that Slider's ID, display a specific slider. Watch the video or read the documentation for more information on this.
Can I display multiple sliders on one page?
Tags: slidersWhy yes you can!
My slider’s just not displaying!
Tags: usage, jqueryIf you’ve done everything else right and it’s still not displaying, you’re probably having a jQuery conflict with another plugin/theme. Try reverting back to the default Twenty Eleven or Twenty Twelve theme and disabling each plugin one by one. If all else fails, please feel free to visit Captain Theme Support.
My slider isn’t displaying the specific slider I want?
Tags: usage, slidersMake sure that you’re stating the ID correctly like the examples above. Remember that you can find the slider ID under Slides > Sliders.
I’m getting the following error message when using PHP to display my slider (with all slides): Warning: Missing argument 1 for nextslider_slider_template(), called in etc. etc.
Tags: php, usageSome hosting set-ups may have this issue. Just give it an empty parameter like so - https://gist.github.com/3897131
Version: 1.0-Initial Release