This is the official Flux Slider plugin for WordPress. Creating stunning image sliders powered by CSS3 transitions has never been easier! Manage your image sliders from within the familier WordPress environment and then easily deploy them to any of your posts or pages.
Creating an image slider couldn't be easier, simply:
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Flux Slider has to be worth a few thousand at least.The Next Web
FluxSlider will save you hours of hassle, as you no longer need to implement your own slideshow functionality. I love that you can have many different slideshows, each with a selection of photos. Ideal for showing different images on different pages! I had FluxSlider working within my theme within 5 minutes, and it works flawlessly.Dan Harrison, WordPress Doctors
The Flux Slider WordPress plugin is a premium plugin and is not available from the default WordPress plugin repository. You can buy a licence to use the plugin on your website starting from the low price of £14.99.
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If you'd like to use the Flux Slider WordPress plugin in a commercial theme please contact me to discuss a theme licence.
With the Flux Slider WordPress plugin you get all of the following:
It is highly recommended that you install Flux via the WordPress admin UI:
If you install using the WordPress UI then permissions should already be setup correctly. If you decide to install manually, please ensure that your
plugins/flux-slider folders are writable by the apache user.
First check that your file permissions are setup correctly. If not then once you've changed them deactivate and reactivate the plugin. If uploads still do not work please contact me on the Support Forum.
Any browser that supports CSS3 transitions. As of writing this includes recent versions of Safari, Chrome, Firefox & Opera. CSS transitions are due in IE10.
3D transitions require browsers that support 3D. As of writing this includes Safari & Chrome.
In unsupported browsers the slideshows will gracefully degrade and still function, they just won't look as impressive as they do in supported browsers.