Soliloquy is a premium slider plugin for WordPress offering ease of use and superior performance. We bought the unlimited developer license and have since used the Soliloquy Premium WordPress Slider Plugin on several client sites and love it.
On multiple sites we’re currently working on — and the new www.fabulousafter40.com that we just took live — we needed the ability to have multiple sliders with different settings on the same site, and to create both image sliders and video sliders (See screenshot at end of article). Unlike many free slider plugins, Soliloquy handled multiple sliders on a single WordPress site with ease, and it is super easy for our clients to use and update.
Soliloquy’s Features Include:
- Easy To Use: Soliloquy utilizes the native WordPress image uploader and familiar back end to make editing and creating sliders feel like a normal WordPress feature.
- Simple Integration: You can add sliders to your site in multiple ways including using widgets, shortcodes, or functions.
- Video Support: Soliloquy sliders natively support YouTube and Vimeo videos by simply adding the URL; no embed code needed.
- Responsive: Soliloquy is built on jQuery making it mobile friendly and allowing it to resize itself to different screen dimensions.
- SEO Friendly: Each image and link can have its own title, and images can have their own alt tags.
- Fast: Unlike many slider plugins, Soliloquy only loads its files when it needs to display a slider resulting in a faster site.
- Secure: Soliloquy’s code has been audited by one of the leading WordPress security experts.
- Scalable: Add as many sliders as you want on a page or throughout your site.
- Add-Ons: The developer license includes all current and future add-ons: Carousel, Light Box, Featured Content, Filters, and Preview. Instagram will be released soon as well.
- Developer Friendly: Soliloquy is loaded with hooks, filters, pluggable functions and even has its own API to extend it even further.
Soliloquy is available with two licensing options, developer and single site. For image and video sliders, a single site license will work great for most people. To get all of the add-ons or to be able to use Soliloquy on multiple sites, a developer license is necessary.
Oh, and here’s the screenshot of the site I mentioned with Soliloquy in action: