Add specific posts to WordPress Carousel

Product:

WonderPlugin Carousel

Question:

I try to create a WordPress carousel of posts. How could i add some specific posts to the carousel?

Answer:

You could create a special category, assign these posts to it, then in the plugin, step 1, Add WordPress Posts dialog, select this category.

Or you could add a tag for these posts, then in the plugin, step 1, Add WordPress Posts dialog, enter the tag to the "Select posts by tags" input box.

You could view this tutorial for how to create a WordPress carousel by selecting categories and tags: https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-carousel-plugin/wordpress-posts-carousel-by-tags//

Lightbox effect not working with the WordPress theme Salient

Product:

WonderPlugin Slider, WonderPlugin Carousel, WonderPlugin Portfolio

Tutorial:

This tutorial will guide you how to fix the issue of the lightbox effect not working in the WordPress theme Salient.
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How to open an audio player in a WordPress lightbox popup

This tutorial will guide you how to open an audio player created with WonderPlugin Audio Player in a WordPress lightbox popup. We use the plugin WonderPlugin Carousel to create the carousel and the lightbox.
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WordPress Flip Carousel with Text

Product:

WonderPlugin Carousel

Question:

I am using the FLIP skin (which is why I bought it) - I really need the title of the post to appear in the carousel.

At the moment it’s used in the title property of the photo when flipped, but I need it to appear below the photo within the carousel, so people know what they are flipping.

Answer:

In the plugin, step 3, Options tab, Content template, add the following line to the end of the existing text:

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WordPress Carousel Click Event

Product:

WonderPlugin Carousel

Question:

Is there anyway I can have the callback from every click on carousel item?

I want to trigger something after every click on carousel item.

Please advice.

Answer:

The carousel itself does not have an event.

But you can directly add click event to the items. For example:

jQuery(document).ready(function() {
  jQuery(".amazingcarousel-image img").click(function() {

    console.log("image clicked ");
  });

  jQuery(".amazingcarousel-hover-effect").click(function() {

    console.log("hover effect image clicked");
  });
});

The first code adds click event to the images, the second code adds click event to the hover effect image.

Display title at all times for WordPress Carousel Stylish skin

Question:

We are using your Stylish skin on one of our pages and we would like the titles to appear at all times.

Currently the titles of the slides only appear when you hover your mouse upon them.

Is there a code to make this happen?

Answer:
In step 3, Options tab, Skin CSS, find the following code:

#amazingcarousel-CAROUSELID .amazingcarousel-text {
	position:absolute;
	left: 0px;
	bottom: 0px;
	text-align:center;
	width: 100%;
	display: none;
}

And change the code display: none; to display: block;

#amazingcarousel-CAROUSELID .amazingcarousel-text {
	position:absolute;
	left: 0px;
	bottom: 0px;
	text-align:center;
	width: 100%;
	display: block;
}

The demo is as following:

Scroll image one by one in responsive WordPress Carousel Slider

Question:

In Responsive wordpress carousel slider , the three image scroll at a time. I want to scroll image one by one. https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-carousel/

Answer:

In step 3, Options tab, Advanced Options, enter the following text to the Advanced Options field:

data-scrollmode="item"

The demo is as following:

Macro for link target in WordPress Carousel plugin

Question:

We are following the tutorial: https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-carousel/add-weblink-in-wordpress-carousel-content-template/

Is there a macro for the link target field? There are somethings we want _self and there are somethings we want _blank.

Answer:

Please upgrade the plugin to Version 3.0. The version 3.0 adds a macro __TARGET__.

Then in step 3, Options tab, Content template, you can use the __TARGET__ for the link target value you defined for each slide in step 1.

<div class="amazingcarousel-image">__IMAGE__</div>
<div class="amazingcarousel-title">__TITLE__</div>
<p class="amazingcarousel-readmore"><a href="__HREF__" target="__TARGET__">Read More</a></p>

A demo is as following: