How to display custom fields in WordPress custom post type slider

Product:

WonderPlugin Slider, WonderPlugin Carousel

Question:

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?
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How to Create a Fullscreen WordPress Slideshow

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.

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Different sliders for desktop and mobile

Product

WonderPlugin Slider

Question

Some of our pages function better with different skins depending on whether we are using desktop or mobile.

Is there a way to use different skins for desktop and mobile?

Answer

You can create two WordPress sliders, one for mobile, one for desktop.

After you have created two sliders, you can add the following code to your post or page. Please be sure to change the ID value in the code to that of your own sliders.

<div id="largescreen">
[wonderplugin_slider id="1"]
</div>

<div id="smallscreen">
[wonderplugin_slider id="2"]
</div>

Then you can add the following CSS code to your WordPress theme style.css file to show the small slider when the screen width is less than 640px:

#largescreen {
  display: block;
}

#smallscreen {
  display: none;
}

@media (max-width: 640px) {
  #largescreen {
    display: none;
  }

  #smallscreen {
    display: block;
  }
}

8MB Upload Size Limit

Product:

WonderPlugin Gallery, WonderPlugin Slider, WonderPlugin Portfolio Grid Gallery

Question:

Is 8MB the largest upload size you offer with the WordPress portfolio grid gallery? I tried to add a video file but the video was way too large.

Answer:

8MB is a limit from your web server.

You need to change the web server PHP configuration file to change the limit. If you are using a shared web hosting, you need to contact your web hosting provider and ask them to make the change.

Or you can upload the video file to your web server via FTP client software, then add the video URL link directly to the plugin.