April 21, 2012

Responsive Slider – A New Free WordPress Plugin Release

Responsive Slider is a new free plugin release that will add a simple yet powerful slider to your WordPress-based website. It will let you upload images of any specific dimension that you decide into any page or post that you wish to place the slider at. You can control where you place it either by using a shortcode within a post/page or by placing a special code anywhere within your template files.

Responsive Slider Plugin Features:

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  • As the name implies, the slider will adjust itself depending on the width of the viewing device it is being displayed on.
  • The ability to add the slider at any posts or pages, or at any place within your template files.
  • The ability to control the slider dimensions, the duration and more settings from the dashboard
  • Plus much more…

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To download Responsive Slider, visit its official page at the WordPress plugin repository here.

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