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SlideDeck is a WordPress plugin that’s supposed to make it easy for publishers to add “content sliders” (basically a gallery/slideshow interface for browsing content) to their sites, and it’s already attracting some positive notice from tech bloggers. Today Digital Telepathy, which makes the plugin (as well as the Hello Bar), is releasing a preview version of its latest update.

CEO Chuck Longanecker and Product Director Jason Amunwa say version 2.1 has three major new features, all built in response to user requests. First, SlideDeck users can now incorporate multiple content sources into a single SlideDeck — so if you want your slider to incorporate photos from Instagram and videos from YouTube, that’s doable. Users can also customize the appearance of each slide and embed their own HTML. For example, Amunwa says this allows publishers to add elements like Google Maps into their slides.

Collectively, Longanecker says the new…

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