In recent years, it has been very popular to use Sliders in WordPress to present featured content in an eye-catching way. Let me say, it’s still a vast majority of users who use the sliders on their websites. Sliders are an excellent way for both beginners to more advanced users to display your content.
A very popular WordPress plugin for this purpose is SlideDeck 3. With this popular plugin, you can build stunning and elegant WordPress responsive sliders without writing a single line of code. No knowledge of coding is needed.
Slide Deck 3
Furthermore, SlideDeck 3 supports images, text, video, and custom HTML, as well as integration with content from your favorite platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, NextGEN, RSS feeds, and more. As a result, it makes the plug very flexible and tailored for social media users.
With slide deck 3 it is easy to create custom responsive sliders and jquery sliders using images, video, text, and HTML with the slide-by-slide editor.
HTML – Create custom HTML slides
Content Your Way – How you add content is up to you. Mix and match, upload photos or add video URLs. You can even embed your own HTML Code, including forms, maps, and more.
Visual Slide Editing – Add your own captions or text to each slide. Choose from multiple layout options, premium lenses or take complete control of your slider design with your own custom HTML.
Easy Slide Reordering – Add or remove slides with ease, or drag and drop to rearrange the order — all in seconds.
Lenses really make your WordPress sliders stand out. With a dozen lenses available in SlideDeck, you have more control and flexibility in customization than ever before.
Lenses are like WordPress themes, but in this case especially for your sliders. With Lenses you can create a wide variety of different appearances in just a few clicks. Use highly-configurable Lenses to make your slider your own. See live examples.
SlideDeck 3 is an affordable premium WordPress plugin to create attractive and creative sliders and supports images, text, video, and custom HTML. Integration with content from your favorite platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, NextGEN, RSS feeds, therefore make it a popular plugin.
Do you use sliders on your website? I would love to hear all about it in the comments below!