Advanced post slider template one is designed to use thumbnail with title and excerpt in overlaid design. Also it’s possible to use only title with thumbnail by excluding excerpt. For template one your selected post should have featured thumbnail.

You can easily change overlay color, size and position from admin panel. Also there are lots of other options to manage your slideshow like selecting post for slideshow, choosing slideshow type (from standard, carousel and ticker), effects, speeds; changing size and feel of container, title and excerpt; managing slide link and pagination.

Template one slideshow examples:

All the following slideshows created with template one by changing only the options available at admin panel. No hard code.

Slider Example 1:

Post slider title 3

Post slider title 3

Advanced post slider supports multiple slideshow in a single page or post. It’s supports post,custom post type and even page content.

Post slider title 2

Post slider title 2

Advanced post slider is powered with three built-in design template, lots of easy customizable options and many more for you to explore. Just try it.

Post slider title 1

Post slider title 1

Advanced post slider is an awesome multipurpose responsive slideshow plugin for your WordPress site.

Slider Example 2:

Post slider title 3

Post slider title 3

Advanced post slider supports multiple slideshow in a single page or post. It’s supports post,custom post type and even page content.

Post slider title 2

Post slider title 2

Advanced post slider is powered with three built-in design template, lots of easy customizable options and many more for you to explore. Just try it.

Post slider title 1

Post slider title 1

Advanced post slider is an awesome multipurpose responsive slideshow plugin for your WordPress site.

Slider Example 3:

Post slider title 3
Post slider title 2
Post slider title 1

Slider Example 4:

Slider Example 5:

This article has 1 comments

  1. larrypatrick Reply

    I love your plugin! I was wondering if it could search for multiple post-types (Post, Pages) in one Template Query? If so, how do you set that up?

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