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Soliloquy is Here!

by Thomas Griffin on April 9, 2012

Finally, after 5 long months of planning, preparation, development and testing – Soliloquy is here.

I know what you are thinking – “not another jQuery slider plugin”. Trust me – Soliloquy is different.

After countless unsuccessful attempts to find a jQuery slider plugin that gave me the flexibility to extend it for client projects, I decided it was time to create my own solution. And the rest, they say, is history.

Soliloquy is not your average slider plugin. In fact, it blows the competition out of the water. Soliloquy is designed with both designers and developers in mind, and here’s how:

  1. The interface and UX of the plugin integrates seamlessly with WordPress. Couple this with filters and you can make this plugin look like it was custom made for your client.
  2. It features both PHP and Ajax API’s for addon integration.
  3. It keeps everything neat and to itself, from smart object loading to resource handling to slider output.

The ultimate litmus test for anything I create is asking myself “If I were in their shoes, would I be using this product?”. I can say confidently over and over again “YES” to Soliloquy.

And I hope you can say “YES” to Soliloquy with confidence, too. I’ve longed to put an end to bad slider plugins, and I promise you that Soliloquy will not disappoint. 🙂

So go ahead – check out the features and then grab yourself a copy so you can start enjoying the power and flexibility of Soliloquy today.



    April 12, 2012

    This looks flippin’ awesome. I’ve been waiting for a decent WP responsive slider plugin (who would’ve thought there wouldn’t be any good ones before now?), and particularly one that uses FlexSlider. Question: how soon do you think you’ll be transitioned to FlexSlider 2 once it launches (which apparently is happening very soon)?


      Thomas Griffin

      April 12, 2012

      Thanks Daniel! Unfortunately, there have just been lots of bad slider plugins created, and even worse none of them have been responsive. As for transitioning to FlexSlider v2, I plan to do it as soon as possible because I’ve got a few addons that are going to need it to run properly. 😉


    Chris Burbridge

    April 23, 2012

    Great! I am glad I came upon this. I have had the *same* experience—Like Oh My God! Why can’t someone realllly think it through, and make it the right way !!?

    —Of course … it’s a lot of work!! But it feels like you have the right spirit behind it. Sometimes with for-pay things, there is a lack of communication or openness. And of course, sometimes with free stuff, there’s just a lack of the polish necessary to make the thing you really need.


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