This plugin enables you to easily make slideshows of images in your posts. Just put some tags around a list of images in your post, and you’re done.
The plugin adds a <slideshow> tag-button to the text-editor in the ‘Write’ section of your wp admin interface. All images between the open and close tags will be put in a slideshow with pagination.
Optionally, you can add captions to the images by simply inserting text between the img-tags in your post.
There is a stylesheet in which you can style all elements.
The plugin was developed for Jonathan Maghen of textfield.org.
2006-11-15 : Version v1.00 (zipped, 4 Kb)
How to install
Unzip the download.
Place the rf_slideshow folder in your wordpress plugin folder.
Go to the plugins page in the WordPress admin interface and activate the plugin.
You can play around with the stylesheet to style the images and pagination.
This slideshow was generated with the following code:
<img id=”image8″ height=”150″ alt=”bruce 1″ src=”http://www.boxofchocolates.nl/log/wp-content/uploads/bruce17.JPG” />
This is Bruce Lee
<img id=”image8″ height=”150″ alt=”bruce 2″ src=”http://www.boxofchocolates.nl/log/wp-content/uploads/bruce20.JPG” />
<img id=”image8″ height=”150″ alt=”bruce 2″ src=”http://www.boxofchocolates.nl/log/wp-content/uploads/bruce111.jpg” />
Yep, it’s Bruce.