Wonder Slider 13.1 or above
This tutorial will show you how to load image and video list from a JSON service in the plugin Wonder Slider.
Recently Asked Questions and WordPress Tutorials
This tutorial will guide you how to create a fullscreen background slider for your WordPress. At the end of the tutorial, we will create two kinds of full screen sliders.
The first demo shows the full screen slider in the background, while the page displays the normal content you entered in the page editor: WordPress full screen background slider.
The second demo just shows the page header, menu and the full screen slider, it does not display the normal page content: WordPress full screen slider.
If you want to create a WordPress full screen slider without the page header and menu, please view this tutorial: How to Create a Fullscreen WordPress Slideshow.
WordPress slider is a great way to highlight the contents of your website and call the attention of your website visitors. This tutorial will guide you how to add a slider to your WordPress website.
To add a slider to WordPress, please take the following 5 steps:
I've created an image slider using custom posts, and I wondered if there was a way to replace the post excerpt with a custom field? I'm using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin, as well as OpenHook if that might be needed. I'm seeing that %post_excerpt% is accepted in the description; is there something similar I can do to include custom fields I've created?
This tutorial will guide you how to add shortcode to the new Gutenberg editor. Since most Wonder plugins are based on shortcode, they work with the Gutenberg editor very well.
I am wondering if I can create a left side vertical thumbnail slider? Like this demo https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-slider/examples/wordpress-slider-with-vertical-tabs-id30/, but with the thumbnails on the left side.
This tutorial will guide you how to create a fullscreen WordPress slideshow. A demo created with this tutorial is as follows: https://www.wonderplugin.com/a-fullscreen-slideshow/
The full screen slideshow created in this tutorial has no page header, menu, sidebar and toolbar.
If you want to create a full screen slideshow as page background, or create a full screen slideshow with the page header and menu, please view the tutorial: WordPress full screen background slider.
I created a video slider with WonderPlugin Slider. When I preview the slider, it offers the play button to play the video. However, when I go to the live site it does not offer the play button and only shows the thumbnail photo. I am using the theme Ironfit from themeforest.