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Timestamp:
10/16/16 17:13:28 (12 months ago)
Author:
sazzadh
Message:

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Location:
testimonial-slider-shortcode/trunk
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  • testimonial-slider-shortcode/trunk/readme.txt

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    77Requires at least: 4 
    88Tested up to: 4.6 
    9 Stable tag: 1.1.3 
     9Stable tag: 1.1.4 
    1010License: GPLv2 or later 
    1111License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html 
     
    2020 
    2121= Shortcode Example = 
    22 `` 
     22` 
    2323[tss_testimonial_slider align="center" padding="0 40px" loop="1" autoplay="1" dots="1" nav="1" class=""] 
    2424[tss_item text="Abelson has been an amazing firm to work with. Lorem changed the company.”" name="—  JOHN SAMPSON, LEONARD GREEN & PARTNERS, LP" link="#"/] 
     
    2626[tss_item text="333 Abelson has been an amazing firm to work with. Lorem changed the company." name="—  JOHN SAMPSON, LEONARD GREEN & PARTNERS, LP" link=""/] 
    2727[/tss_testimonial_slider] 
    28 `` 
     28` 
    2929= So what are the arguments of the main shortcode? = 
    3030**align** you can sent the slider alignment here, support values are `left`, `right` or `center` 
     
    5252 
    5353Below is the example of the shoercode. 
    54 `[tss_testimonial_slider align="center" padding="0 40px" loop="1" autoplay="1" dots="1" nav="1" class=""] 
     54` 
     55[tss_testimonial_slider align="center" padding="0 40px" loop="1" autoplay="1" dots="1" nav="1" class=""] 
    5556[tss_item text="Abelson has been an amazing firm to work with. Lorem changed the company.”" name="—  JOHN SAMPSON, LEONARD GREEN & PARTNERS, LP" link="#"/] 
    5657[tss_item text="2222 Abelson has been an amazing firm to work with. Lorem changed the company." name="—  JOHN SAMPSON, LEONARD GREEN & PARTNERS, LP" link=""/] 
    5758[tss_item text="333 Abelson has been an amazing firm to work with. Lorem changed the company." name="—  JOHN SAMPSON, LEONARD GREEN & PARTNERS, LP" link=""/] 
    58 [/tss_testimonial_slider]` 
     59[/tss_testimonial_slider] 
     60` 
     61``There is a literal backtick (`) here.`` 
    5962 
    6063= So what are the arguments of the main shortcode? = 
    61 * "align" you can sent the slider alignment here, support values are `left`, `right` or `center` 
    62 * "padding" Possible value is pure CSS. Example `0 40px` 
    63 * "loop" Enable or disable loop by adding `0` or `1` 
    64 * "autoplay" Enable or disable autoplay by adding `0` or `1` 
    65 * "dots" Enable or disable dot nav by adding `0` or `1` 
    66 * "nav" Enable or disable left right arrow nav by adding `0` or `1` 
     64* **align** you can sent the slider alignment here, support values are `left`, `right` or `center` 
     65* **padding** Possible value is pure CSS. Example `0 40px` 
     66* **loop** Enable or disable loop by adding `0` or `1` 
     67* **autoplay** Enable or disable autoplay by adding `0` or `1` 
     68* **dots** Enable or disable dot nav by adding `0` or `1` 
     69* **nav** Enable or disable left right arrow nav by adding `0` or `1` 
    6770 
    6871 
    6972= So what are the arguments of the Sub shortcode? = 
    70 * "text" this is the text of the slider item 
    71 * "name" name of the testimonial author 
    72 * "link" full link 
     73* **text** this is the text of the slider item 
     74* **name** name of the testimonial author 
     75* **link** full link 
    7376 
    7477 
  • testimonial-slider-shortcode/trunk/testimonial-slider-shortcode.php

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    22/** 
    33 * @package testimonial-slider-shortcode 
    4  * @version 1.1.3 
     4 * @version 1.1.4 
    55 */ 
    66/* 
     
    99Description: <strong>Testimonial Slider Shortcode</strong> is a lightweight Testimonial Slideshow plugin for WordPress. It lets you create a beautiful responsive Testimonial Slideshow. 
    1010Author: Sazzad Hu 
    11 Version: 1.1.3 
     11Version: 1.1.4 
    1212Author URI: http://sazzadh.com/ 
    1313 
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