WordPress Plugin: Jumbotron 3D Slide Rotator

♦ The Jumbotron 3D Slide Rotator plugin is currently still in beta, but I invite anyone willing to download and use it. I have tested the this a decent amount, but, when needed, I will be very happy to fix any bugs that might pop up. Just get in touch with me. ♦
Whatis it? Jumbotron 3D Slide Rotator uses motion and a 3D experience to tastefully tease the next and previous slides. Why is this needed? A typical slider will have a large center image and then tease the next and previous images be showing a tiny image or one that is cutoff or squished in some way. Some don't tease the previous or next image at all. Jumbotron 3D Silde Rotator uses the 3rd dimension to show the images completely and naturally while using a quarter of the space. The rotator can then turn to cycle through the images in a very expected and natural manner. Along with all of this, 3D shapes and movement are eye catching and, at this point, not common so the entire page can become more memorable.

For a demo of Jumbotron 3D Slide Rotator, check out the front page of this site ⇒

Download the beta version of Jumbotron 3D Slide Rotator and try it out ⇒

How To Use Step 1| Install the plugin. WordPress' installer tool works great for this, or download and install manually, if you prefer. Step 2| From the JumboSlides area, create a new slide by clicking the "Add New" button from the "Jumbotron Slides" screen. Step 3| Input the desired title in the standard WordPress title box. Step 4| Use the special custom link section to point that Jumbotron slide to the desired page. Step 5| Add a Featured Image. This is the main image used for the Jumbotron background. The best ratio is a standard widescreen 16:9. The ideal size is 1100 pixes wide and 618.75 pixels high. Step 6| You can set the order the Jumbotron slides are shown on the rotator. This can be helpful to make sure the desired start slide starts in the front on screen load. Step 7| The are two special options available they may be used if desired. The first is to hide the title from the slide. This can be helpful when the picture used has the title in it, or when displaying a photo. The second option is to ass special slide-specific styling to either the title or body text. Keep in mind, the body text is not display by default. The Body CSS section here can be used to move the body text and position it on the screen, if desired.