There have been a few occasions now when somebody wanted to have the Jellyfish Counter total increase by a number other than 1 every interval. Previously this hasn’t been possible, but now you can!
Another Jellyfish counter style example based on a WordPress forum question. There are a few ways to do something like this. This is a quick and dirty approach, dirty because it relies on !important, which generally should be avoided if possible, but it’s just a quick example…
Cloudy titles, courtesy of Jellyfish Backdrop. Just a quick demo rather than anything too aesthetic, you probably don’t actually want to do this on your website but if you do come up with a creative use for this do let me know!
The Jellyfish Counter for WordPress has a whole heap of options to configure the look and feel of the counter digits, but what if you want to finish it off with a frame or fancy border? Time to dive into some CSS, but don’t be afraid it’s easier than you think!
A demo of the Jellyfish Backdrop plugin using the container element option. Left is a div that was added to this page with some styling to give it a size. It’s then just a case of using the id of this div as the slideshow container option when adding images to Jellyfish Backdrop admin panel… Read more »