The Sliper is a powerful responsive slider Elementor widget for WordPress sites that can help implement all your creative ideas. Flexible settings and an intuitive interface will help you easily create beautiful slides without a single line of code. You can choose a custom image/text for or use WordPress posts and even Woocommerce products as the source for content.
Create the required block layout by displaying only the necessary elements and arranging them in the desired order with the customization section. The slider is fully responsive and also has additional settings to adapt it personally for different devices, be it a mobile, tablet, or desktop. The Sliper supports keyboard navigation, dragging and flicking along with the regular navigation of arrows or dots.
The slider supports two types of display to suit all your needs and wishes: overlay and card. Every heading, text, image, the button can be edited easily with the customization options. Change all the details that really matter in typography and style.
The item package includes 5 prepared templates to help you get started quickly with the Imager and will inspire you to create your unique project.
Each block element of Sliper widget has flexible and straightforward style settings, and you can customize everything according to your needs. Change the color, typography, background color, border, margins, padding, or apply CSS filter for images to get the unique result. All this can be configured directly from the Elementor’s interface and does not require additional code knowledge.
Sliper for Elementor is exceptionally compatible with all modern browsers. It does not matter which browser users view your site: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, or Edge. Everything will look great on all devices and in all browsers.
The plugin installation takes only a few seconds. Also, you do not need to make any additional settings. The plugin is ready to work immediately after installation – you only need to install and activate it in WordPress. Read more about capabilities and settings in the Online Documentation.
1.0.1 – 11 January 2020 Improved initialization for multiple sliders on the page
1.0.0 – 4 January 2020 Initial release