Introduction to Testimonials Premium plugin for WordPress
Testimonials Premium is the most amazing and incredibly full-featured WordPress testimonials plugin there is. It lets you randomly slide or list selected portfolios, quotes, reviews, or text with images or videos on your WordPress site. You can insert Testimonials content via shortcode, theme functions, or widgets with category and tag selections and having multiple display options such as random or specific ordering. Also, [Review schema](http://schema.org/Review) for improved search engine results is built-in.
Further, Testimonials Premium offers caching, excerpts, ratings, read more links, more selection options, and advanced capabilities like using custom post types as testimonials. Additionally, testimonials support ratings and users can submit their own testimonials via a front-end form shortcode or widget.
## Testimonials Premium is Way More than a WordPress Slider!
* Slide Images – responsive image slideshow
* Slide Videos – video slideshow
* Slide Text – useful for rotating testimonials
* Slide Mixed Content: slideshow having video slides, images slides, and text slides. Each individual slide can also have mixed content.
* Shortcode compatible – slide content that is rendered using shortcodes. i.e. stock Worpdress Galleries and Gravity Forms
* Widget ready
* Shortcode ready
* Random display
* Fade and slide transitions
* Filter slideshow content by WordPress’ built in categories, tags, or post-ID
**View a [Live Testimonials Demo](http://aihr.us/testimonials-examples/)**
More than one Testimonials shortcode or widget instance can be displayed at a time pulls from the `testimonials-widget` custom post type. Additionally, with shortcodes and theme functions, you can display a short or long list or rotation of testimonials. Each Testimonial widget has its own CSS identifier for custom styling.
Widgets display content sans `wpautop` formatting. This means no forced paragraph breaks unless the content specifically contains them. You can enable `wpautop` via the “Keep whitespace?” option.
Through categories and tagging, you can create organizational structures based upon products, projects and services via categories and then apply tagging for further classification. As an example, you might create a Portfolio category and then use tags to identify web, magazine, media, public, enterprise niches. You can then configure the Testimonial instance to show only Portfolio testimonials with the public and enterprise tags. In another Testimonial instance, you can also select only Portfolio testimonials, but then allow web and media tags.
The single testimonial view supports image, source, title, location, email, company and URL details with optional Review schema.
User submitted testimonials are marked as “Pending” in WordPress Admin, Testimonials listing.