Source Management

The Source Management page is where you will find an overview of your installed sources and their capabilities and upload new sources.

Source Cards: Each Source is represented by a card on this page that shows a thumbnail, the source Title, the source description.

Source Card

Uploading Sources: You have the option to upload new Sources. Click the Upload source button, locate the .zip source package, and click “Install Now.” The new source will now be available for use.

Upload Source

Installing Sources

The following steps outline how you can install the SlideDeck Source

  • Once you have done with the purchase process, you will receive a mail with My Account Link in it.

    Open My Account link.

  • Login to your SlideDeck account and Download the copy of the slidedeck-sources.zip file of your plugin(s)

  • Save the plugin slidedeck-sources.zip file to your PC.

  • Extract the .zip file.

  • Visit your SlideDeck Plugin Setting page and click “Sources“.

  • Click “Upload sources“.

  • Select “Browse“, and then select the particular source zip files that you want to upload from slidedeck-sources.zip file.

  • Click Install Now

Now you can see the list of installed sources in sources tab.

Dailymotion Videos

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab

  • Select Dailymotion Videos Source see screenshot below –

Configure your Dailymotion Videos source

  • Give a Name to your SlideDeck.

  • Put username in Username Field option

  • Select Playlist

    See Screenshot below-

  • And you are Done!

Dribbble

  • Login to Dribbble.

  • Navigate to this link – http://developer.dribbble.com/v1/

  • Click on register application.

  • Fill in this Registration Form.

  • You can find the Oauth key(client access token) once you fill in the form/

  • Copy and paste it in Advanced options -> “Last used Dribbble OAuth Key” and click on Update Options. (See Screenshot below)

  • At the backend, select Dribbble as a Dynamic Source. Insert your Dribbble username. (See Screenshot below)

That’s it. You are all set to have a slider with photos or videos sourced from Dribble. Note : Dribbble Source works with all lenses.

Facebook Pages

If you’re working with clients that have Facebook Pages, or you maintain one yourself, you’ll be glad to know that you can now import your Facebook Page posts into your SlideDeck. With the new feature, you can connect to any Facebook Page you manage and then specify whether to pull just your Page posts or all posts on a Page into your SlideDeck.

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Facebook as a Dynamic Source.

  • Put Page name in Page Name Field say SlideDeck.

  • Select which posts you want to show into the slider. Posts by Page/All Posts.

  • Apply. (See Screenshot below)

  • Done !

500px

SlideDeck enables you to create a deck using 500px. You can choose where you want to Fetch the images from My Photos, Photos I’ve favourited, Photos from my friends.

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab

  • Select 500PX as a Dynamic Source.

  • Configure your 500px source

  • Give a Name to your SlideDeck.

  • Put Username whose images you want to fetch.

  • Select from which Source images needs to be fetched. ( See Screenshot attached )

  • Filter by Category. ( See Screenshot below )

  • Apply.

  • Click Save Slidedeck.

Flickr

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Flickr as a Dynamic Source.

Configure your Flickr source

  • Photos to get: Select the source from where you want to fetch the photos and show them into the Slider.

  • User or Group?: Select photos which are associated with User or Group.

  • User/Group ID:

    Put the Flickr ID, you can get yours from here – http://idgettr.com/ (make sure to put ID not Username)

  • Tag Mode:

    Choose Tag mode.

  • Flickr Tags: Enter one or more tags separated by commas.Please note, tags can only be used with recent photos..

  • Apply.

  • Click Save Slidedeck.

Google+ Public Posts

You need to create your Google+ API key. Here are the steps involved to create an API key:

  • Go to the Google Developers Console.

  • From the project drop-down, select a project, or create a new one.

  • Enable the Google+ API service: i) In the list of Google APIs, search for the Google+ API service.ii) Select Google+ API from the results list.iii) Press the Enable API button.

  • When the process completes, Google+ API appears in the list of enabled APIs. To access, select API Manager on the left sidebar menu, then select the Enabled APIs tab

  • In the sidebar under “API Manager“, select Credentials.

  • In the Credentials tab, select the New Credentials drop-down list, and choose API key.

  • From the Create a new key pop-up, choose the appropriate kind of key for your project: Server key, Browser key, Android key, or iOS key.

  • Enter a key Name, fill in any other fields as instructed, then select Create.

Once you have created the Google+ API Key, Follow below-mentioned Steps

  • Go to SlideDeck -> Advanced Options->And put the API Key in Last used Google+ API Key Field option.

  • Click Update Options to save. ( See Screenshot below )

  • Apply.

  • Click Save SlideDeck to Save.

Google Plus Images

To use Google Plus Images as source, please follow these steps

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Google Plus Images.

Configure your Google Plus Images source

  • Set Google+ User ID and Update. This is either the first part of your Gmail address *****@gmail.com or the number in the URL when you visit: Your Google+ Profile.

  • Select desired Image Size.

  • Apply.

  • Save SlideDeck. ( See Screenshot below )

Instagram

  • Login to your instagram account.

  • Navigate to this link – https://www.instagram.com/developer/

  • Click on register application.

  • Fill in this Registration Form.

  • You can find the access token once you fill in the form.

  • Copy and paste it in Advanced options -> “Last used Instagram Access Token” and click on Update Options. ( See Screenshot below )

  • At the backend, select Instagram as a Dynamic Source. Insert your instagram username. ( See Screenshot below )

That’s it. You are all set to have a slider with photos or videos sourced from Instagram. Note : Instagram Source works with all lenses.

NextGEN Gallery

You need to install and activate NextGEN Gallery Plugin to showcase its images in Slider.

  • Install and Activate NextGEN Gallery Plugin.

  • Create a Gallery by adding few images and name it.

  • Click on SlideDeck Menu in Dashboard.

  • Give a Name to your SlideDeck.

  • Manage -> Choose NextGEN Gallery name from drop-down menu which you want to show in slider.

  • Apply. ( See Screenshot below )

Pinterest

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Pinterest as a Dynamic Source.

Configure your Pinterest source

A Pinterest URL: Once you’re on the Dynamic Source Editor screen, simply paste the URL of a user’s profile page or the link to the actual board.

eg: A user – http://pinterest.com/dtelepathy/ eg: A board – http://pinterest.com/dtelepathy/innovation-inspiration/

Hit Apply and boom, you’re done!

RSS Feeds

  • Enter RSS Feed URL-(you can enter multiple feeds, one per line) Needs to be a valid RSS feed. See the W3C Feed Validator Service to check your feed.

    NOTE: Some servers are not configured to follow redirects, make sure you are using the feed URL’s final destination URL.

  • Select Preferred Image Source from the dropdown menu.

  • Set Validate Images – Choose Yes/No.

  • Apply ( See Screenshot below )

Tumblr

  • Login to Tumblr.

  • Navigate to this link – https://www.tumblr.com/oauth/apps

  • Click on register application.

  • Fill in this Registration Form.

  • You can find the OAuth Consumer Key once you fill in the form.

  • Copy and paste it in Advanced options -> “Last used Tumblr OAuth Consumer Key” and click on Update Options. ( See Screenshot below )

  • At the backend, select Tumblr as a Dynamic Source and choose either photos or videos option. Insert your Tumblr blog name. ( See Screenshot below )

That’s it. You are all set to have a slider with photos or videos sourced from Tumblr.

Note: Tumblr Source works with these lenses: Tool Kit, O-Town, Block Title, Fashion, Half Moon, Proto, Proto Video, Prime, Classic.

Vimeo

The Vimeo video content source allows you to integrate any user’s public videos into your SlideDeck.

Configuration Options:

Vimeo Username: Insert a Vimeo user’s username in this field and click the Update button to get an updated list of that user’s available Albums (if they have any).

Vimeo Album: If a user has Albums, they will show up as available options in this drop-down. By Default, the user’s recent videos are displayed.

WooCommerce

SlideDeck is integrated with WooCommerce. You can create a slider to showcase your products along with the specifications. Here’s how –

Note: First of all you need to install and activate WooCommerce Plugin and then add few products in it.

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select WooCommerce as a Dynamic Source ( See Screenshot below )

  • Configure your WooCommerce source

  • And its done. You have an awesome product slider at the front-end.

You can create a WooCommerce Product Slider and display any or all of these product attributes

  • Product Name

  • Product Price

  • Product Image

  • Product Rating

Your Posts

With this feature. You can Showcase your WordPress Posts/Pages right into the Sliders.

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Your Posts as a Dynamic Source.

  • Configure your Posts source.

  • Preferred Image Source – Select which image you want to display in the slider . There are four options from which you can select. ( See Screenshot below )

  • Select Post type from the drop-down .

  • Select Post Order from drop-down

  • Use Custom Excerpt? – Select Yes/No

  • Filter by Taxonomy? – Select Yes/No

  • Apply

YouTube Videos

You need Youtube’s API Key to access your youtube videos. To generate API code:

  • Go to Google Developers Console and log in with your Google account.

  • Create the new project (name does not matter for the plugin).

  • Go to your project (by clicking on its name in the list).

  • In the sidebar on the left, expand APIs & auth. Next, click APIs. In the list of APIs go to YouTube Data API (v3) and make sure that it’s enabled (Enable API).

  • In the same sidebar click Credentials. Then click on Create New Key and choose Browser key.

Copy API key and paste it to Slidedeck Advanced Options “Last used Youtube API Key”

  • Go to Slidedeck >Manage

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab

  • Select Videos From , Search Terms & Apply ( See Screenshot below )

Zenfolio

Pull Zenfolio gallery and collection photos, onto your sliders!

  • Go to Slidedeck > Manage.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under New Slide Tab.

  • Click on Create Slidedeck Button under Dynamic Source Tab.

  • Select Zenfolio. ( See Screenshot below )

Configure your Zenfolio source