I’ve been getting a ton of feedback about Meteor Slides lately, and seeing some really awesome looking sites using my plugin.
Meteor Slides recently broke 5000 downloads on WordPress.org and got its eleventh 5 star rating, thanks everyone for trying out my plugin and leaving a rating or feedback. And I want to give a special thank you to the users who have been kind enough to support this plugin with a donation.
I just released Meteor Slides 1.2.3, which includes paged slide navigation. The paged buttons goes together with the left/right navigation and neither will be added to your slideshow unless you enable navigation in the settings.
You can see how the paged navigation works on my homepage. The buttons can be easily modified or even hidden completely with CSS if you would prefer a different design.
Support for multiple slideshows coming soon!
Quite a few users have requested multiple slideshow functionality, and I am pleased to announce that Meteor Slides 1.3 will included this feature.
I have an alpha version of 1.3 put together with multiple slideshows working and I am hoping to release it by the end of September. This will be a pretty big update with a lot of little changes to make multiple slideshows easy to use, so I would like to get a few beta testers involved before I release it as an update if anyone is interested.
Also, if anyone would like to sponsor this next release of Meteor Slides, please let me know.
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Meteor Slides 1.2.3
Centered slides, fixed navigation bugs, and added slideshow navigation buttons.
Slide images that have a smaller width than the slide dimensions will now be centered.
A few of the transitions caused the slides to drop or become cropped when the navigation was enabled. The navigation should now work fully with all transitions.
The slideshow navigation now includes paged buttons which highlight the current slide, and allow direct navigation to any slide in the show.