WP Screens plug-in
Digital Signage made easy



The friendliest free narrowcasting (digital signage) system as a WordPress plugin or ready-to-use when working in the cloud. In an instance you will have an attractive on-screen presentation for your waiting room, shop window and/or at your reception desk.


WPScreens has been developed with everyone in mind. You don’t need to be a technician or designer to create excellent screen presentations. Do you have a WordPress website? Then use WPScreens. The sliders you create for your narrowcasting can also be used on your website. So no more double work!

Manage your media and other website content from one location.

The advantages of WPScreens

  • User-friendly and easy to manage environment: you don’t need to be a programmer or designer.
  • Manage your media and other website content from one location
  • Linked to your WordPress website.
  • Download one of the four sliders (free or paid-for)! You will not be tied to or restricted by the limitations of a slider with a fixed format.




  • WordPress 5.2 or later version.
  • (TV) screen which can run the Google Chrome browser or which you can cast to via Google Chrome cast.
  • Smart Slider, Revolution Slider, WP Layer slider or (Free) Depicter Slider.



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  1. Upload plugin to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Activate Licence

  1. Go to Setting; WPScreens.
  2. Add your licence-key and from now on all pro-features are available in the WPScreens plugin.


You can submit a “ticket” by filling out this form or emailing info@wpscreens.com


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Frequently Asked Questions

How to activate my license?

Yesss, you bought WPScreens Pro! Thanx for that.
You can activate you license in the Wordpress backend. Go to Setting; WPScreens. Add your licence-key and from now on all pro-features are available in the WPScreens plugin.

Go to Settings (of Wordpress backend); Permalinks; click on 'save changes' button
Can I cast my slider using my mobile device?

Absolutely! You can cast from your (android) phone or (apple or android) tablet.

Why doesn’t WPScreens come with a own slider?

Using WPScreens means you use the best sliders on the market. The self-developed sliders other narrowcasting systems use really don’t match the quality of these top sliders. Each individual slider also has its own advantages. Download a free or a paid-for slider offering the functions you require. With WPScreens you’ll have a competitively priced narrowcasting system that suits your requirements best.

What size of screen do I need?

Any size of screen will suffice, even the one you have! Portrait or landscape, no problem.

The url of my display results in a 404-page

Go to Settings (of Wordpress backend); Permalinks; click on 'save changes' button

Does this digital signage system work with any WordPress theme?

WPScreens runs in tandem with your WordPress website. The theme and WPScreens do not influence each other. The content is available to both systems.

How to create a new license key?

Login to ‘my account’ at the wpscreens website

Go to the menu-item ‘orders’ and click on the ‘license manage’ button.
Delete the current license key and generate a new license key.

Activate the license key at your website:
In your Wordpress backend go to: Settings; Wp Screens and activate the license key.


How often do i have to refresh my screen with WPScreens?

The free version has to be refreshed every day on the remote screen/device. From the Pro version, this only needs to be done once a year.

You can refresh the presentation with every change you make.

With the plugin Easy Auto Reload you have 100% control over the frequency of the content refresh.

How to show WPScreens in fullscreen (without taskbar)?

Activate full-screen mode in Google Chrome for MacOS:

  • From the menu bar, select View > Enter Full Screen.
  • Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Command+F.

Activate Full-Screen Mode in Google Chrome for Windows:

  • Press F11 on the keyboard. The other way is through the Chrome menu:
  • Turn off the option “View -> Always show toolbar in full screen

Safari for MacOs:

  • Open Safar in fullscreen
  • Choose View > Hide Toolbar