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How to Make a Pinterest WordPress Image Slider by using Soliloquy

by Kevin Gates on August 5, 2014
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Being able to share your slider images from WordPress to Pinterest is a must-have feature for today’s world of social networking. Soliloquy easily enables your sliders to allow visitors to pin your slider’s images to Pinterest with the click of a button. The Pinterest addon is available for all those with a Multi License or higher.

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

In this walkthrough, we are going to guide you on how you can use Soliloquy to pin your WordPress slider images to Pinterest.

STEP ONE: Confirm your license key is verified

The first step is incredibly easy. Any veteran user of Soliloquy almost certainly already has their license verified.  But if you are just getting started, follow our guide on how to verify your license.

STEP TWO: Install and Activate the Pinterest Addon

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

Soliloquy — Pinterest Addon

With the addon activated, you now have the option to enable a “Pin It” button on your images.

STEP THREE: Configure Your Pinterest Settings

Once you choose the slider you want to be able to be shared on Pinterest, go to the Pinterest tab. From there you will see a few settings. Soliloquy – Configure Pinterest

After you choose to Enable the Pin It Button, all you have to do is is decide which corner to add the Pin It Button and its color — Gray, Red, or Black. 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! Good job! You just made a Pinterest WordPress image slider by using Soliloquy!

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    IndiasJob

    August 5, 2014

    Nice Article Thank you sharing

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