NOTE: The plugin does not work with Boostrap 5.x so you need to have Bootstrap 4.x installed.
The plugin creates a custom post type for choosing images and content which outputs a carousel from Twitter Bootstrap using the shortcode
[image-carousel]. First thing to do is to do is to go to Plugins in the WordPress dashboard, click on Add new, then search, install and activate the CTP Bootstrap Carousel like in the screenshot:
As the plugin says, you have to have a Bootstrap theme. You can add Bootstrap to any WordPress theme quite easy, so you should do this first. After you activate the plugin, a new menu will appear in the dashboard:
Now you can go ahead and create the first carousel and add a few images. Click on Add New and add the image title. To upload the image you should use the regular “Set featured image”, then you can have some additional stuff for each individual slide: Image URL if you want to let people click on the image and redirect them to a different page, the button text if you need to have buttons on slides and you can even add videos in the slides.
You’re mostly done at this point, but the good news is that there is an interface where you can adjust most of the Bootstrap Carousel properties and features without coding. You can for example set the slide interval, showing slide titles or captions, adding slide controls, and many more.