LayerSlider Responsive WordPress Slider Plugin v6.2.0 is a premium multi-purpose slider for creating image galleries, content sliders, and mind-blowing slideshows with must-see effects, even from your WordPress posts and pages.
It uses cutting edge technologies to provide the smoothest experience that’s possible, and it comes with more than 200 preset 2D and 3D slide transitions. It has a beautiful and easy-to-use admin interface with supporting modern features like drag n’drop WYSIWYG slider builder, real-time previews, timeline view, Google Fonts and transition builder for custom animations.
It’s device friendly by supporting responsive mode, multiple layouts, touch gestures on mobile devices, and uses techniques like lazy load and conditional script loading for optimal performance. You can add any content into sliders, including images, text, custom HTML, YouTube and Vimeo videos or HTML5 self-hosted multimedia contents. It’s also SEO friendly by allowing you to build semantic markup with custom attributes that search engines can index easily.
LayerSlider Responsive WordPress Slider Plugin v6.1.6 comes with 13 built-in skins, and it has tons of options to entirely customize the appearance and behavior of your sliders at the smallest detail.
LayerSlider Responsive WordPress Slider Plugin v6.2.0 Changelog
Changes in LayerSlider 6.2.0
Introducing a new premium feature: Blend modes. Blend modes are an easy way to add eye-catching effects and is one of the most frequently used features in graphic and print design.
The admin UI now warns against potential issues when selecting certain options, which are commonly misunderstood and would result unexpected behavior.
Added OSD notifications for certain keyboard shortcuts (e.g. Ctrl/Cmd + S for saving the slider) and a corresponding setting under Screen Options to enable/disable this feature.
Added layerslider_root_url filter to override paths. Check the Developer Documentation for more information.
Improved compatibility with older sliders.
Improved handling of font variants when importing Google Fonts from templates.
Certain number input fields are now stepping in more appropriate intervals when pressing the arrow buttons.
Updated and extended some parts of the documentation.
A massive update for multimedia layers:
Fixed video size and positioning issues, which was present in rare edge cases.
Fixed occasional playback issues with videos being on the first slide.
Fixed the slideshow not progressing forward in cases when there was only one video layer on the slide.
Hiding a media layer with the Device support feature will now also disable media playback on the corresponding devices. In addition, background videos will also show the video poster image as a fallback. This enhances user experience on mobile devices that has limited playback capabilities due to OS/browser restrictions.
Various minor bug fixes and improvements.
Fixed image chooser when using the “Use post image” option.
Fixed the “Use post URL” option in linking fields.
Fixed the Slider Settings -> Appearance -> Global background image option to always use the appropriate URL.
Fixed the “Use GreenSock (GSAP) sandboxing” option not always taking effect.
Fixed an issue that could empty your Google Fonts collection when reinstalling the plugin.
Fixed a rare issue that affected users trying to change settings in the Advanced Settings section without having sliders.
Fixed issues caused by applying text transitions on non-text layers
General UI and under the hood improvements and bug fixes