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WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

How to Change the Slider Transition Speed

Do you want to change the transition speed of your slider? Soliloquy comes with quite a few options that will let you customize your carousels, down to the transition speed in milliseconds. If you’ve noticed your sliders transitioning too quickly or slowly, we’ll show you how to change this small but important feature! To change […]

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How to Add Alt Text to Your Slider Images

Do you want to add alt text to images in your Soliloquy sliders? It’s a good idea to add alt text to all pictures on your website, and slider images are no exception. Besides providing a slight boost to SEO, alt text helps screen readers navigate your site and provides a fallback when images fail […]

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How to Create an Instagram WordPress Slider by using Soliloquy

Do you want to create a slider that pulls images from your Instagram account? The photos you create on Instagram can be amazing images to use for your slider in WordPress. With Soliloquy’s Instagram addon, you can create an Instagram WordPress slider in under five minutes! If you have a Multi license or higher, you can […]

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How to Add a Slider with Thumbnails in WordPress

Want to add thumbnail images as your WordPress slider navigation? Does your slider look good on a mobile device?  You can generate responsive thumbnail images as navigation for your slider.  In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to add a slider with thumbnails in WordPress. With a responsive thumbnail slider, you can: Determine where to position […]

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How to Add Blurbs with Icons in WordPress

Do you want to add blurbs with icons to your WordPress website? A blurb is a small bit of text that can be used in a feature or product list or to direct users to parts of your site. They’re often placed in rows or columns. Adding icons to these blurbs can help draw the eye […]

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How to Add Google Analytics in WordPress

Analytics are a big deal. Whether you’ve just launched your first website or your company has been popular for years, it’s extremely important to gather data from your visitors and customers. Once you know who your main user base is, where they’re coming from, and what they’re interested in, you can put this information to […]

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