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WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

9 Cute Sliders

Do you want to see some sliders on websites with a cute design? There’s a lot of reasons to make a cute website, whether you’re catering to a younger audience or just want to try out a different design. And an interactive slider always makes a great addition. “Cute” design can appeal to children with […]

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13 Snowy Winter Sliders

Looking for some beautiful winter sliders? These bright carousels are great at adding some wintry cheer to a website. And they’re great for branding during the colder season! If you’re looking for some inspiration for your winter- or snowy-themed website, you’ll love this slider compilation. Chasing Ice Check out the cool ripple transition effect! At […]

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How to Find Illustrations for Your Slider

Do you want to find artwork and illustrations to use in your slider? Illustrations are a great way to add some originality to a website and strengthen your brand. There are many ways to find illustrations — you can get an artist to create one for you, find images online, or use a photo editor […]

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How to Publish a Soliloquy Slider

Do you want to learn how to publish a Soliloquy slider to your website? So you’ve made your slider, tweaked the settings, and put on the final touches… Now how to get it onto your site? When you’re ready to publish your slider, you have a few options. Let’s go over a few methods. Method […]

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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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