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:

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.

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

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