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How to Add a Theme to Your WordPress Slider by using Soliloquy

by Kevin Gates on August 12, 2014
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When it comes to quickly designing your WordPress Slider, Soliloquy simplifies the process by letting you add a theme. By adding a theme to your WordPress slider, you can quickly have customized navigation arrows, transitions, and more.

Soliloquy makes it easy for you to customize and design your slider by providing the Themes addon, available for those with a Multi license or higher.

In this walkthrough, we are going to guide you on how you can add a theme to your WordPress slider.

Check out the video walkthrough below or proceed ahead to the text walkthrough.

STEP ONE: Confirm your license key is verified

The first step is incredibly easy; make sure your license is verified. If you are just getting started, follow our guide on how to verify your license.

STEP TWO: Install and Activate the Themes Addon

Next, you need to install and activate the Themes addon.

Soliloquy – Themes Addon

Once your Themes addon is activated, you are ready to quickly design your slider.

STEP THREE: Set Your Theme

Choose the slider you are wanting to edit and make sure you are on the Config tab. Go to the Slider Theme option and choose the theme that best applies for your needs. Your default theme is the Base theme, but you can test out the other themes to see which best represents your style and brand.

Soliloquy: Choose Theme

After you select the theme you want, you can apply any tweaks you want if you add some Custom CSS.

STEP FOUR: View Your Design

Next, you will need to Publish or Update your slider. Then add your slider to a post or page if you have not yet done so. Finally, check out your slider!

Soliloquy: Metro Theme Applied

Great job! You just learned how to add a theme to your WordPress slider by using Soliloquy! If you have any other questions, don’t forget to check out our great documentation!

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Comments

    ktrusak

    August 12, 2014

    Is there any documentation/tutorial on making a custom theme?

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    freshmint

    August 12, 2014

    I’m with ktrusak I would love to be able to move the elements around (i.e. excerpt on top). I’ve found a way to modify the plugin file to do so but it get overwritten every update. Custom Themes for the base and featured content plugins would rock!

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    David

    August 12, 2014

    This request is over a year old. Anybody at Soliloquy monitoring these comments?

    Reply

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