Flexible Quote Rotator Plus

Flexible Quote Rotator

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The Flexible Quote Rotator Plus WordPress plugin makes it pretty easy for a webmaster to add quotations to a site. The plugin includes the ability to add, edit, and delete quotes, and assignn a user-defined category to each quote. Also includes a page to set options, and the ability to control the look of the quotes. Supports multiple widgets and multiple shortcodes per page.

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Flexible Quote Rotator

Installation Instructions

  1. Upload ‘flexible-quote-rotator-plus’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Usage Instructions

To enter quotations, go to Tools > Flexi Quotes Plus.

To display the quote rotator on a web page you have two options:

1) Add a shortcode, examples below, to a page (more than one is ok). All options are optional.


[QuoteRotatorPlus title="Vince Lombardi Quotes" delay="1" fade="1" fadeout="1" random="No" openquote="“" closequote="”" height="100" width="600" fontsize="12" unit="px" textcolor="blue" category="Vince Lombardi"]

[QuoteRotatorPlus title="Testimonials" delay="8" fade="4" fadeout="2"]

[QuoteRotatorPlus title="Testimonials" delay="8" fade="4" fadeout="2" titleweight="bold", titlecolor="red",  widthunit="px", fontstyle="italic", openquote="“",closequote="$rdquo;"]

If using “em” as fontunit: use in combination with fontsize, e.g. fontsize=”1″ and  fontunit=”em” to use default fontsize). 

The shortcode options can also be edited at Settings > Quote Rotator Plus Options. If a shortcode does not included a short-code option, the default will be taken from the Options page.

2) Create a widget(s) got to Appearance > Widgets

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I add my quotes? 
Hover over the “Tools” section of the Administration page, then click “Flexi Quotes Plus”.

Can I select by category the quotes I want to display in a particular widget/shortcode? 

Can I include more than one shortcode on a page?
Yes, the plugin is designed to handle more than one quote area on an individual page.

Can I have more than one Flexible Quote Rotator Plus widget on my site?

Can Flexible Quote Rotator Plus make my quotes look exactly like I want them to? 
Maybe not. It’s likely you’ll want to add some CSS to your site to get it to look exactly the way you want. If you don’t know what CSS means, well, that’s going to be a problem. CSS is a bit confusing. Start here. 

It IS possible to change the look of each widget component  (the quote area  and title) without affecting the  others on  the  page/sidebar.  Each  title/quotearea  created by a widget or short-code has a unique class associated with it. Therefore, it’s possible to use CSS to get the affect you want. Here are a couple examples to get you started.

To change the title area of a quote generated via a shortcode, add CSS like below. The “19031” bit (which is the Page-ID – 1903 – concatenated with the number of the shortcode on the page, in this case the first) will be unique to your site – use “inspect element” in your browser to find it.

h4.title19031 {
color: purple !important;

Similarly, you can change the title of a widget area (again, use “inspect element” to find the widget id (flexi_quote_plus_widget_2) used to create the class id:

h4.flexi_quote_plus_widget_2 {
color: purple !important;

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