Soliloquy Blog

WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

How to Edit Slider Content

Want to edit the content of a Soliloquy slider you’ve already made? Once you’ve created a slider, you might want to go back and change something. Maybe you need to add new images, change the size, or update a slider with a new addon. Let’s learn how to edit Soliloquy sliders so you can make […]

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9 Product Showcase Sliders

Looking for some inspiration for your product showcase? A slider is a great way to show off products on an e-commerce site. Whether you’re using it to display multiple items, as a carousel on the product page, or any other way, sliders allow customers to browse your products easily. Here are a few examples! Display […]

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How to Change Slider UI Color

Do you want to change the color of your slider’s UI elements? Soliloquy comes with a lot of customization features, among the ability to change your slider UI theme and tweak the colors. All you need to do is change some CSS and your slider can be any color under the rainbow! Just follow these […]

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13 Eye-Catching Animated Sliders

Need inspiration from sliders with fancy animations? These sliders use animations to do their job well: attracting your attention to the content within the carousel. Animations are fun and add liveliness to a website They pull attention toward the slider Animations encourage people to play with, look at, and interact with the slider Animations can […]

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12 Stylish Monochrome Sliders

Want to see some beautiful monochrome sliders? Sometimes it’s best to keep your website’s color palette simple. Single tones and shades of gray can look stylish while not overloading your visitors with garish colors. Neutral color palettes on websites are more professional and relaxing Black and white can instantly make your site look more vintage […]

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Fundamentals of a Landing Page

Landing pages are by far one of the most important aspects of your website. A bad landing page means a high bounce rate, and leaving a bad impression can cause users to never return once they leave. If you’re not sure how to design a winning landing page that will keep customers coming back, this […]

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