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WordPress slider tips, Tutorials and Resources.

Plugins to Pair with Soliloquy

Looking for plugins that go great with Soliloquy sliders? You might think there’s not a lot to combine with a slider plugin, but you’d be wrong! With the right plugins, you can do all sorts of cool things! Embed forms, buttons, and other elements into your slider Create e-commerce product galleries Speed up your site […]

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How to Avoid Slider Image Theft

Do you want to protect your slider images from theft? When you run a website, image theft can become a big problem. While anyone determined enough can get at your images, there are a lot of ways to protect your photos from theft. This will deter most people and keep your images off of thieves’ […]

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Create Dynamic Sliders for WordPress with Soliloquy

Are you ready to start creating dynamic sliders? With the release of the Dynamic Addon, it is now easier than ever to create dynamic slider for WordPress using Soliloquy. If you are wanting to create an awesome WordPress slider fast, you can couple Soliloquy with the Dynamic Addon to create sliders in seconds. Literally – […]

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How to Add a Client Booking Form in WordPress

Do you want to allow clients to book with you through WordPress? Whatever type of business you may run, it can be very helpful to give people a way to schedule appointments online. With a form plugin, it’s very easy to set up appointments with your WordPress website. We’ve chosen WPForms, as it’s very easy […]

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How to Manually Update WordPress Plugins via FTP

By default, WordPress comes with a fabulous plugin updater right on the admin dashboard. It tells you when something is out of date, as well as handling the updates and installation for you. This applies to plugins, themes, and even WordPress itself! Usually, this functionality works perfectly and you won’t need to do anything but […]

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14 Examples of Responsive WordPress Plugins

In the emerging mobile-first era, responsiveness is more important than ever. But while most people make sure to use responsive themes and web design, not everyone realizes that it’s just as important to use responsive plugins. A mobile-unfriendly plugin can completely undo a perfectly responsive theme. If your website isn’t optimized for mobile, you’re missing […]

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