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Promotion Slider is a jQuery slideshow populated by the promotions you enter into the WordPress admin area. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Promotion Slider is a jQuery slideshow populated by the promotions you enter into the WordPress admin area.

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Promotion Slider

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Here is a list of all the hooks available to advanced users: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Here is a list of all the hooks available to advanced users:

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You can easily insert ad code into the slider by using the meta box below the content editing area when creating or editing a promotion in the WordPress admin. There is a box where you can insert your third party code and a checkbox which will make it actively display for that particular promotion. We recommend only using this feature when you know the exact size of the ads that will appear. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

You can easily insert ad code into the slider by using the meta box below the content editing area when creating or editing a promotion in the WordPress admin. There is a box where you can insert your third party code and a checkbox which will make it actively display for that particular promotion. We recommend only using this feature when you know the exact size of the ads that will appear.

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When creating or editing a promotion, you can easily change the linking behaviour for that particular promotion from the meta box displayed below the content editing area. You can have the links open in a new window, define a custom destination URL and disable the links altogether. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

When creating or editing a promotion, you can easily change the linking behaviour for that particular promotion from the meta box displayed below the content editing area. You can have the links open in a new window, define a custom destination URL and disable the links altogether.

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We provide a filter which allows you to customize the get_posts() query. You can use any of the <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/get_posts#Parameters:_WordPress_2.6.2B">documented parameters</a> in your query. Here is an example of how you could control the order: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

We provide a filter which allows you to customize the get_posts() query. You can use any of the <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/get_posts#Parameters:_WordPress_2.6.2B">documented parameters</a> in your query. Here is an example of how you could control the order:

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By default, the slides appear in order by publication date. You can change the order by changing the publish date for a promotion. This is the simplest way, but you can also use the more advanced method below. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

By default, the slides appear in order by publication date. You can change the order by changing the publish date for a promotion. This is the simplest way, but you can also use the more advanced method below.

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<code>&lt;?php echo do_shortcode('[promoslider id="my_id" post_type="post" category="my_category"]'); ?&gt;</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

<code>&lt;?php echo do_shortcode('[promoslider id="my_id" post_type="post" category="my_category"]'); ?&gt;</code>

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If you want to use any of the shortcode attributes when hardcoding your theme, you may do so like this: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you want to use any of the shortcode attributes when hardcoding your theme, you may do so like this:

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<code>&lt;?php echo do_shortcode('[promoslider]') ?&gt;</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

<code>&lt;?php echo do_shortcode('[promoslider]') ?&gt;</code>

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Hardcoding the slider into your theme is just as simple as using the shortcode. All you do is insert the following line into your theme where you want the slider to appear: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Hardcoding the slider into your theme is just as simple as using the shortcode. All you do is insert the following line into your theme where you want the slider to appear:

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All you need to do is add a text widget to your sidebar and include the shortcode as described earlier. Most likely, you will need to adust the height of the slider in your sidebar by using the shortcode attribute. You may also want to use a more space-saving navigation option, or remove the slider navigation altogether. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

All you need to do is add a text widget to your sidebar and include the shortcode as described earlier. Most likely, you will need to adust the height of the slider in your sidebar by using the shortcode attribute. You may also want to use a more space-saving navigation option, or remove the slider navigation altogether.

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If you would rather not have the slides advance automatically, users can still browse through the promotions in the slider with the slider navigation. To disable the automatic advancement of slides, just click on 'Promotions' in the WordPress admin area and select the 'Slider Options' page. You can disable automatic slide advancement from here. To change the automatic advancement for just one instance of a slider, just use the shortcode attributes described previously. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you would rather not have the slides advance automatically, users can still browse through the promotions in the slider with the slider navigation. To disable the automatic advancement of slides, just click on 'Promotions' in the WordPress admin area and select the 'Slider Options' page. You can disable automatic slide advancement from here. To change the automatic advancement for just one instance of a slider, just use the shortcode attributes described previously.

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Just click on 'Promotions' in the WordPress admin area and select the 'Slider Options' page. You can change the default time delay for all your sliders from here. To change the time delay for just one instance of a slider, just use the shortcode attributes described previously. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Just click on 'Promotions' in the WordPress admin area and select the 'Slider Options' page. You can change the default time delay for all your sliders from here. To change the time delay for just one instance of a slider, just use the shortcode attributes described previously.

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More advanced users might want to display extra content on one slider, but not on another. This can be done by using the id attribute available in the shortcode and using the action hooks to add custom functions. Here is an example: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

More advanced users might want to display extra content on one slider, but not on another. This can be done by using the id attribute available in the shortcode and using the action hooks to add custom functions. Here is an example:

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