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KMO Slideshow


This plugin generates a gallery from a folder and displays using a shortcode.
The folder must be uploaded (using FTP) to the wp-content/upload folder.

To include a slideshow in a post or a page, use the following shortcode:

[kmoslideshow folder="local_path_to_folder"]

You can customize the slideshow using the following attributes:

  • Slideshow width (width) in px
  • Image border (border) in px (default 0)
  • Image padding (padding) in px (default 0)
  • Slide duration (interval) in milliseconds (default 4000)
  • Pagination display (pagination): true or false (default true)
  • Transition effect (effect): fade or slide (default slide)

Default slideshow width is set to the width of the container unless the width attribute is set.
The height is calculate from the first image.

[kmoslideshow folder="path" width="500" padding="5"
        border="1" interval="5000" pagination="false" effect="fade"]

This plugin uses SlidesJS 3.0.3 by Nathan Searles –


  1. Upload the kmo-slideshow directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Upload a folder of pictures to ‘wp-content/upload/gallery’
  4. Insert the following short code in post or page:

    [kmoslideshow folder=”wp-content/upload/gallery”]


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