Slick for WordPress Released

The MaxGalleria team working in partnership with Ken Wheeler is pleased to announce the launch of the Slick for WordPress. By adding The Slick for WordPress Addon to the MaxGalleria addon library, you can make full use of the fully responsive, fully functioned carousel/slider on a WordPress platform.

“Bob, John and the team from Max Foundry did an amazing job of building the Slick addon for MaxGalleria. I’ve wanted to craft a WordPress solution for Slick for some time, and when they came to me, and I had seen their previous work, I figured I’d leave it to the pros. They did a phenomenal job with this and I can’t stress enough how happy I am with the finished product.” said Ken Wheeler, the creator of Slick Carousel.

“Working with talented programmers like Ken to bring their jQuery plugin to life in a WordPress Gallery platform is what MaxGalleria is designed to do. “ said John Hartley of Max Foundry, the creator of MaxGalleria. “We worked to fully implement every feature in Slick so that you would get all the massive functionality of the jQuery plugin in a WordPress environment. We’re glad he’s as pleased with the results as we are.”

The Slick for WordPress Addon is for purchase today on the MaxGalleria site.

MaxGalleria is the leading WordPress Gallery platform. Built with developers in mind, it is easy to get just what you want through our many well-documented hooks. In addition to our Flickr Addon announced last week, MaxGalleria has Addons for Albums, Facebook, Instagram along with video Addons for Youtube and Vimeo.

“Working with the team at Max Foundry was a pleasant, frictionless experience” added Ken Wheeler. “They didn’t deviate from my vision of Slick and I was really pleased with how it turned out. They basically built what I would have built if I had built it myself. In fact, they did a better job than I would have been able to. These guys are WordPress plugin wizards.”

Ken is also the creator of Instalax, JTab, BrowserSwipe and several other frameworks and plugins. You can view all of his work, with links to source and demos, here.

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