Slideshow Reloaded provides an easy way to integrate a slideshow for any WordPress installation.
Any image or video can be loaded into the slideshow by picking it from the WordPress media page.
This is a fork (an updated clone) of Stenfran Boonstra’s Slideshow. I fixed several bugs, completed some feature requests from the original plugin’s support forum, updated deprecated code, and tested it in recent versions of WordPress and PHP.
- Image slides
- Video slides
- Text slides
- YouTube slides
- SEO friendly
- Works in posts, pages, and the sidebar
- Animations personalization
- Bulgarian (87% – bg_BG – Translated by Ilko Ivanov)
- Chinese (65% – zh_CN – Translated by Kevin Tell and Leo Newbiesup)
- Czech (81% – cs_CZ – Translated by Edhel)
- Dutch (100% – nl_NL – Translated by Stefan Boonstra (That’s me!))
- English (100%)
- Finnish (83% – fi – Translated by A. Nonymous)
- French (91% – fr_FR – Translated by Romain Sandri)
- German (99% – de_DE – Translated by Markus Amann and others)
- Hebrew (53% – he_IL – Translated by Eli Segev)
- Italian (83% – it_IT – Translated by Tecnikgeek)
- Japanese (82% – ja – Translated by Michihide Hotta)
- Norwegian (99% – nb_NO – Translated by A. Nonymous)
- Persian (100% – fa_IR – Translated by W3Design)
- Polish (83% – pl_PL – Translated by Wicher Wiater)
- Portuguese (92% – pt_BR – Translated by Piero Luiz and others)
- Portuguese (83% – pt_PT – Translated by Filipe Catraia)
- Russian (100% – ru_RU – Translated by Coupofy and Dmitry Fatakov)
- Serbo-Croatian (91% – sr_RS – Translated by Webhosting Hub)
- Spanish (51% – es_ES – Translated by Violeta Rosales)
- Swedish (91% – sv_SE – Translated by Åke Isacsson and Wilhelm Svenselius)
- Turkish (83% – tr_TR – Translated by İlker Akdoğan)
- Ukrainian (100% – uk_UK – Translated by Coupofy)
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Here’s what a default slideshow can look like.
Create a new slideshow. Slides and settings specific to this slideshow can be set here.
If you haven’t uploaded any images yet, you can do so on the WordPress media page.
Click the ‘Media Slide’ button in the Slides List to search and pick images from the WordPress media page. Click ‘Insert’ to insert the image or video in the slide.
The images you selected are directly visible in your Slides List, don’t forget to save!
When you understand the basics of creating slideshows, you may want to go a little more in depth and have a look at the General Settings page. As seen in the image above, privileges can be granted to user roles to give users the ability to add, edit or delete slideshows.
Default slideshow settings can be edited here. Slideshows that are newly created, will start out with these options.