CodeCanyon RoyalSlider - Touch Content Slider for WordPress | 1,09 MBFrontend Features:
RoyalSlider for WordPress is a cross-device jQuery content slider with touch-based navigation and fluid layout. It has user-friendly admin area where you can manage slides, change slider settings, customize interface and add blocks-captions using custom WYSIWIG editor.
RoyalSlider for WordPress is created based on HTML version, selling here on CodeCanyon with over 750 happy buyers and five star rating.
Touch navigation for mobile and desktop
Hardware-accelerated CSS3 transitions for supported touch devices.
Multiple sliders per page is allowed, even with different skins.
HTML blocks with custom effects (fade, move top, move right… or none).
Image and/or HTML content for each slide.
Smart lazy-loading — preloads nearby images after current (optional).
Move or fade transition for slides. View demo with fade transition.
SEO — each block can contain any HTML tags (h2, p, img, ul).
Thumbnails or bullets for navigation.
Fluid(responsive) layout — size can be set in percents.
Three unique skins that can easily be editable using CSS . Photoshop files included.
Slider files are included only to WordPress pages where it is (if shortcode is used).
Autoplay support, interval times can be set in the settings panel.
Customizable slides transition — set custom duration and easing for animation.
Optional keyboard navigation and much more…
RoyalSlider is tested on Mac, PC, iPad 2, iPhone 4, HTC Desire, Blackberry PlayBook and even on Kindle Keyboard ;). If you’ve found that something works incorrectly on your device, so please contact me through my profile page.
Easy to use admin area with default WordPress style and inline help.
Simple embedding using shortcode or PHP function.
WYSIWIG blocks editor — add unlimited blocks-captions to each slide and edit their content inline.
Optional automatic image and thumbnails resizing with TimThumb.
Set custom move and fade effects, duration, easing and delay for each animated block.
Live slider preview in admin.
Add images via WordPress media uploader or paste a url.
Manage sliders and slides — delete, duplicate, drag and drop to sort.