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How to create a WordPress RSS slider

RSS feeds an easy way to share a list of headlines, update notices, and content to a wide number of people. And it becomes, even more, easier to highlight your content with a WordPress RSS Slider.

So if you plan to highlight the RSS Feeds into the slider of your WordPress website, then SlideDeck is one of the best WordPress slider plugins out there to get the job done.

SlideDeck3 can help to beautifully present the RSS feeds into the sliders of your website.

So here is a quick setup tutorial on how to create RSS slider in WordPress. Let’s begin.

STEP ONE: Install SlideDeck

First, you need to install and activate the SlideDeck Plugin.

STEP TWO: Create WordPress RSS Slider

Now it’s time to create your first WordPress RSS slider.

Visit SlideDeck » Manage and select Create SlideDeck under Dynamic Slider

STEP THREE: Integrating RSS Feeds

Select RSS Feeds as a Dynamic Source

WordPress RSS slider

 

STEP FOUR: Configure RSS Feeds Source

You need to enter the valid RSS Feed URL in RSS Feed URL field. You can use W3C Feed Validator Service to verify your feed URL.

You can enter multiple feeds, one per line.

NOTE: Some servers are not configured to follow redirects, make sure you are using the feed URL’s final destination URL.

Select Preferred Image Source from the drop-down menu » Set Validate Images – Choose Yes/No » Apply

RSS feeds configuration

STEP FIVE: Save Slider

Click Save SlideDeck Button to save all the settings.

save_slidedeck

STEP SIX: Add the slider to a post or page

You’re almost done.  It’s time to publish your slider to the website. Select any of three available methods.

Publishing content on SlideDeck

By the end of this tutorial, you will have a slider with RSS Feeds that looks like this:

You’re all set with your WordPress RSS Slider. We hope this tutorial helped you in creating a responsive WordPress RSS slider on your WordPress website.

Also, check out our article how to create a WordPress Flickr slideshow.

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Responsive video slider

Did you ever plan to add a Video slider to your WordPress site?

Video sliders are a great way to engage with visitors on your site. They help make your website even more appealing and interactive. At the same time, they need to be responsive, so that they look perfect across all devices.

While there are of plugins available to create a responsive WordPress slider in WordPress, SlideDeck provides one of the most convenient and quickest ways to create a responsive video slider.

In this tutorial, we will explain to you how to create a responsive video slider in WordPress using SlideDeck.

Creating a Responsive Video Slider in WordPress

Step 1 – Create Slider

First, you need to install and activate the SlideDeck Plugin.

After activation, you need to visit SlideDeck » Manage and select Create SlideDeck under Dynamic Slider

Step 2 – Add Video Slides

SlideDeck can play YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion Videos inside the slider.

Select the Source for your slider – Youtube Video/Vimeo Video/Dailymotion Video

Responsive video slider

As per your choice, enter all the required fields :

Dynamic video slider

You can also add multiple video slides at one time by selecting ADD SOURCE button on top

Select the Save SlideDeck button to save your video slide:

Save SlideDeck

Step 3 – Insert Your Video Slider

Finally, it is time to add your slider to a post or page.

As soon as you click on Save SlideDeck Button, you will get the options to insert the slider into the post/page. Select the Method of your choice .
Publish your SlideDeck

You are all set with your video slider. Publish it on your site to make it more appealing and interactive.

We hope this tutorial helped you create a responsive video slider for your WordPress site. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know in the comments.

Also, check out our blog on creating a Google plus image slider in WordPress.

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Google Plus image slider

Are you looking to create a Google plus image slider?

In that case, SlideDeck is the best WordPress Slider plugin to generate beautiful image sliders in minutes. There is no knowledge of programming required in any way. This plugin is best suited for your requirements to create a slider. You can simply fetch images from Google plus and show them directly in your slider.

Here, is a quick setup tutorial for you on how to create Google Plus Image slider in WordPress.

Creating a Google Plus Image Slider:-

STEP ONE: Installation

You will first need to install and activate the SlideDeck Plugin.

STEP TWO: Create Slider

Now it’s time to create your first slider.

Visit SlideDeck » Manage and select Create SlideDeck under Dynamic Slider

STEP THREE: Integrating Google Plus Images

Select Google Plus Images as a Dynamic Source

Google Plus image slider

STEP FOUR: Configure Google Plus Images Source

To configure Google Plus Images Source, you need Google+ User ID  – This is either the first part of your Gmail address *****@gmail.com or the number in the URL when you visit: Your Google+ Profile

Once you add Google+ User ID, you need to save the SlideDeck. Once it’s saved, you would be able to see the album names in a drop-down list, you can select the name of the album which you want to show in the slider.

Select desired Image Size and Apply.

Google Plus images source

STEP FIVE: Save Slider

Click Save SlideDeck Button to save all the settings.

Save SlideDeck

STEP SIX: Add the slider to a post or page

You’re almost done.  It’s time to publish your slider to a post or page. Select any of three available ways to publish the slider on your site.

Publish methods - SlideDeck

By the end of this tutorial, you will have a slider with Google Plus Images that looks like this:

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You’re all set with your Google Plus Image Slider. We hope this tutorial helped you in creating a Google Plus Image slider on your WordPress website. If you have any queries or feedback, please let me know in the comments.

Also, check out this blog to create a WordPress RSS slider.

If you have any queries or feedback, please let me know in the comments.


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Zenfolio gallery slider

Do you want to add a Zenfolio Gallery slider to your website? You can easily import the gallery images from your Zenfolio account and create a beautiful responsive WordPress slider for your site using SlideDeck.

Create a beautiful slideshow out of Zenfolio gallery or a collection and embed it into your website.

In this article, we will show you how to create Zenfolio Gallery Slider in just 30 seconds.

Creating a Zenfolio gallery slider in WordPress

STEP ONE: Installation

You will first need to install and activate the SlideDeck Plugin.

Before you create your first Zenfolio Gallery slider, you need to have an account on Zenfolio and must have the image gallery setup in it with public access.

Note: If you do not have images with public access, it will show the message – Content Protected by Owner

Zenfolio Gallery Slider

STEP TWO: Create Slider

Now it’s time to create your first Zenfolio Gallery slider.

Visit SlideDeck » Manage and select Create SlideDeck under Dynamic Slider

STEP THREE: Integrating Zenfolio

Select Zenfolio as a Dynamic Source

Content sources - SlideDeck

STEP FOUR: Configure Zenfolio Source

Now it’s time to create your first Zenfolio Gallery slider. Give a name to your slider. Add Username & Password of your Zenfolio Account. Then select the Zenfolio Gallery name which you want to show in slider.

Zenfolio - setings

 

Zenfolio - Source configuration

STEP FIVE: Save Slider

Click Save SlideDeck Button to save all the settings.

Save SlideDeck

STEP SIX: Add the slider to a post or page

You’re almost done. It’s time to publish your slider to a post or page. Select any of three available ways to publish the slider on your site.

Publish methods for SlideDeck

By the end of this tutorial, you will have a slider with a Zenfolio Gallery images that looks like this:

Hope this article helped you setting up the slider with Zenfolio images. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know in the comments.

Also, check out the article on creating a responsive WordPress video slider .

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Mixed content slider

Do you want to quickly create image/video/text/HTML slides in WordPress? SlideDeck allow you to mix a variety of slide types into a single presentation such as photos, videos, text and HTML documents to create a mixed content slider.

Slidedeck plugin’s custom content feature allows you to create a responsive WordPress slider based on your website’s content.

In this article, we will guide you on how to create a mixed content slider with photos, text, video and HTML using SlideDeck. So, let’s begin.

Creating a mixed content slider in WordPress:-

STEP One: Installation

First, you need to install and activate the SlideDeck Plugin

STEP Two: Create Slider

Upon activation, you need to Visit SlideDeck » Manage » Create SlideDeck under Custom Content

Custom content

Give a name to your slider and select any slide type as you require in your slider.

Mixed content slider

It’s time to add some slides. Let’s go one by one.

Image Slide Click Image Slide button, a lightbox will appear where you can upload images and make settings for that particular image slide.

Mixed content slider

There are three options available to add images. You can choose to upload images from your computer or select images you’ve already uploaded in Media Library of your WordPress site, or you can simply specify the URL of the image.

Great, now that you’ve selected an image, select the Upload button to add these images to your slide. Once done, click Apply.

Upload image - SlideDeck

You’ll immediately see the images you added/selected appear in the Slide.

Image slider

Text Slide – It’s time to add the next slide. Click Add Slide Button and choose Text Slide, a lightbox will appear where you can add the text you want to show into the slide.

Text slider

Once you are done with all the settings, click Apply to save the slide. You would be able to see the text slide into the slider.

Text slide preview

Video Slide – To add a video slide, Click Add Slide button and choose Video Slide. A lightbox will appear where you have the options to add Youtube, DailyMotion, and Vimeo Video and also HTML5 videos.

Simply add the URL of the video and click Apply to save the slide.

Video slider

HTML Slide – To add an HTML slide, Click Add Slide Button and choose HTML Slide. A lightbox will appear where you can put any HTML code. It can be an image, map, text, video, etc.Once you are done, click Apply to save.

HTML slider

STEP Three: Save Slider

Click Save SlideDeck button to save all the settings.

Save SlideDeck

STEP Four: Add the slider to your WordPress site

Finally, it is time to add your slider to a post or page. Select any of three available ways to publish the slider on your site.

Publish your SlideDeck

By the end of this tutorial, you will have a full-width mixed slider that looks like this.

Mix content image, video, text WordPress slider

Showcase any text into the slider of your site. It can be the testimonials, your favorite quotes, your site description etc.

Easily add Video Slide into the Slider of your Site.

Play Video
Click To Play

Add Text beside the Image 

All slider mix content for WordPress slideshow

Hope this tutorial helped you setting up the slider with mix content on your site.

Check out our other tutorial on creating a Zenfolio slider in WordPress.

If you have any feedback or questions, please let me know in the comments.