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WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

10 Sliders with Strong Typography

Want to see some sliders with awesome typography? Strong imagery may be essential to a slider, but don’t underestimate the power of words. Well-designed typography can be the difference between a boring slider and one that makes conversions. Here’s what good typography can do. Make a bolder statement than an image alone can Call attention […]

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8 Sliders with a Great Call to Action

Need some examples of sliders with effective calls to action? A CTA is a phrase like “Buy Now” or “Shop Deals” with a link, usually in button form. When you’re pitching your product or asking your visitors to do something, you’re going to need a strong call to action that makes a few things clear. […]

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Should You Remove Slider Navigation Controls?

Should you remove navigation controls on a slider, or keep them? This question is more important than you might think. A slider without obvious navigation controls can be an aesthetic addition to your website — or an annoyance for visitors. There are times when both are appropriate choices. Use a slider with no navigation for […]

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How to Create a Hero Image Slider

Do you want to add a rotating hero image to your WordPress website? A hero banner allows you to introduce your company or explain what your website is all about. They often feature a call-to-action and bold visuals. However, sometimes one hero image just isn’t enough. What you need is a hero image slider, so […]

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Do You Need a Plugin to Add a Slider to WordPress?

Are you wondering if you’re able to add a slider to WordPress without a plugin? It’s true: there’s more than one way to include a slider on your website, each with their own benefits. In fact, there are three different methods! Add sliders with a plugin like Soliloquy. Install a theme with a slider included. […]

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11 WordPress Plugins That Can Speed Up Your Site

Is your WordPress site slowing down? To start, you should check out our guide on optimizing WordPress, because this could be a problem no amount of image compression can fix! But once those common issues are out of the way, there’s always room for improvement. The faster your site loads, the better! This is how […]

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