This plugin is a simple way to build, organize and display slideshow into any existing WordPress theme. Using template file to embed your theme.
Insert slideshow anywhere on your site using a custom post type. Powered by jQuery Flexslider with some transition styles to choose from.
Adding Uix Slideshow to Web Pages
There are two different ways you can add the Uix Slideshow widget to your site’s pages:
(1) Shortcode – Embed a shortcode into the editor of any post, page, or custom post type.
[uix_slideshow_output show="-1"] to add it to your Post, Widgets or Page content. Now this shortcode has one attributes. Uix Slideshow show at most can be customized using the “show” parameter. Show all items if value is ‘-1’.
Go to your WordPress admin panel, edit or create a new post (or page). You’ll see a Uix Slideshow button in the toolbar.
(2) Template tags – Add a simple PHP function to one of your theme’s template files.
<?php get_template_part( 'partials', 'uix_slideshow' ); ?> in your templates.
You can overview the original styles to overwrite it. It will be on creating new styles to your website, without modifying original .css files. Go to “Uix Slideshow” in the WordPress Administration Screens, then link to a specific tab like “Custom CSS”.
There is a second way, make a new Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) document which name to “uix-slideshow-style.css” to your templates directory (/wp-content/themes/your-theme/). You can connect to your site via an FTP client, make the changes and then upload the file back to the server. Once you have created an existing CSS file, Uix Slideshow will use it as a default style sheet to your WordPress Theme. Of course, Uix Slideshow’s function of “Custom CSS” is still valid.
Note: Making a new javascrpt (.js) document which name to “uix-slideshow-custom.js” to your templates directory. Once you have created an existing JS file (uix-slideshow-custom.js), Uix Slideshow will use it as a default script to your WordPress Theme.