The Tx Responsive Slider plugin allows you to create slides that consist images. The slider would then take those slides and present them as a jQuery slideshow – at a chosen location within your theme, page, or post. In whatever order you want them.
This plugin is only for use on Self-Hosted WordPress installations, not WordPress.com.
Tx responsive slider is shortcode base plugin.Even without any programming knowledge, You can fulfill your demand by using this plugin.
The directions of using the shortcode for registration in post or page are given below:
Directions of using registration shortcode in custom template
<?php echo do_shortcode( '[tx_responsive_slider]' );?>
- Upload the plugin folder
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress. A new item “Responsive Slider” would appear in the admin menu (under “Media”).
- Go to Responsive Slider -> Settings and configure the slider options.
- Go to Responsive Slider -> Add New Responsive Slider and create a few slides.
<?php echo do_shortcode( '[tx_responsive_slider]' ); ?>in your template – wherever you want it displayed. Alternatively you can use
[tx_responsive_slider]into a post or a page – just like any other shortcode.
- That’s it. Your site should now display the slider at the chosen location.
Contributors & Developers
“Tx Responsive Slider” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Initial release.