VG PostCarousel - Post Carousel for WordPress

VG PostCarousel - Post Carousel for WordPress

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VG PostCarousel – Responsive Post Carousel for Wordpress

This plugin will help you to show more Post of Wordpress in beautiful responsive carousel slider. It has options for setting the pagination/sliding speed, enabling/disabling autoplay, showing bullet navigation and more.

Also, it is possible to define the number of items to be shown on desktop, tablet, mobile separately and VG PostCarousel will handle that automatically. It supports responsive design and works well on touch devices.

You can use this plugin to show specify post from a category, you also can choose to show Latest Posts, Order Posts or Featured Posts.

Need support?! We have a dedicated support center for all of your support needs. It includes our Documentation, Community Forum and an advanced Ticket System for any questions you have. We usually get back to you within 14-16 hours. (except holiday seasons which might take longer).

Plugin Demos:

Plugin Features:

  1. Fully responsive and mobile ready.
  2. Enable/Disable Touch Swipe by Finger/Mouse.
  3. Unlimited carousel anywhere by use Shortcode, PHP Code.
  4. Query post from Latest Posts, Order Posts or Featured Posts.
  5. Control Number of Post display in a Row and a Column.
  6. Control Data will display in carousel like: Post Title, Post Image, Post Description, Read more link …
  7. You can set background color, item background color, text color, link color, button color.
  8. You can create new theme, override theme on your wordpress theme.
  9. And much more features. Please check live demo to see more!

Plugin Requires:

  1. Wordpress 4.0 or higher

Plugin Notes:

  1. This plugin can’t show content from Visual Composer or Page Builder, it’s only work with normal WordPress Posts.

Change logs:

#####VERSION 1.0 - November 07, 2015#####
- First release.
#####VERSION 1.1 - November 17, 2015#####
- Fix bug: Display message when no carousel found.
- Improve: replace function wp_reset_query() by wp_reset_postdata()

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