Soliloquy Blog

WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

25% Off Fall Sale + Instagram Addon

I’m going to make this short and sweet: the best responsive WordPress slider pluginĀ is going on sale for this week only! That’s right – to celebrate the Fall season, you can get 25% off Soliloquy (new licenses and upgrades) by using the offer codeĀ FALL2012 at checkout. Deals like this don’t come around often, so make […]

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Thesis 2.0 and Headway Users Rejoice!

Now that Soliloquy 1.4.0 and the Featured Content Addon have dropped, I thought it would be a good time to create some extra value for Soliloquy customers that use either the Thesis 2.0 or Headway themes. Utilizing the APIs that each theme provides, I’ve created special addons that can be used by any license holder […]

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Soliloquy 1.4.0 + Featured Content + Examples

For all of those who did not know, Soliloquy 1.4.0 dropped yesterday. To date, Soliloquy 1.4.0 is the most anticipated release, and here’s why: It features ajax preloading of slides to make your sliders load super fast Both the Gallery and Media Library tabs have now been opened up and can be utilized for inserting […]

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The Featured Content Addon and the Content Addon API

The #1 most requested feature I get for Soliloquy is to be able to create a slider from featured images from posts. Featured content sliders seem to be abundant in the WordPress world, but they all lack one key feature: query power. Sure – you can move the caption here and there, select 5 million […]

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Soliloquy is Celebrating 10k+ Downloads!

That’s right – in just a few short months, all the Soliloquy properties have received an accumulative download count of more than 10,000! I believe that’s a great achievement considering that the plugin has only been available for 5 months, and so I wanted to do something special related with this milestone. To celebrate 10k+ […]

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Soliloquy is Getting a HUGE Makeover!

Soliloquy is getting a huge makeover. The logo says it all. I will be the first person to admit that I am not a designer. I really stink at design. I’ve got an eye for content layout and that’s about as good as it gets in the “design” perspective for me. Thankfully there are a […]

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