Silky smooth hardware-accelerated transitions work a lot better than jQuery ones, specifically on devices
That is a tremendous amount of configurations that you can tweak, including enchanting transition effects and vibrant flat designs, prev/next navigation, bullets with thumbnails, autoplay, pause/stop, full width, full screen and alternatives.
cssSlider is totally compatible with all mobile devices and will work just as well on your iPhone, iPad, Android as it does on your home desktop.
User-friendly, you only assign various skins, colors and transitions from the collection to your own slider. There's zero understanding of programming required in any way. You wont have to write a single line of code!
Liquid slider suits nicely to your website, in spite of the screen dimension
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Many slider designs look extremely similar, and it is hard to find one that stands out and is memorable. This theme from cssSlider avoids that problem by being extremely unique in every aspect, whilst still looking professional and modern.
The first thing you notice about this slider is the green border around the main images. This helps it stand out against both a dark and light website background and gives it a distinctive appearance.
Each image within the slideshow transitions to the next by sliding in from the right. This slide starts fast and slows as the image settles into place. When the slideshow reach the end, it quickly rushes back through all the slides to the right. The result gives the slider a surprising amount of weight and presence.
Hovering over the slideshow brings up three navigational buttons. These drop into place from above. Each icon comprises of a large transparent circle with a thin white border, and a white icon. The icons are simple, clean and instantly recognizable. Hovering over the icon causes a solid green fill to cascade down from the top and fill the circle, including hiding the border. This is a unique and stylish rollover effect that is used to great effect.
The other navigation icons are visible at all times. These are the transparent circles with thin white borders at the bottom-center of the slider, each one of which symbolizes one of the images in the slideshow. As each new image is loaded, the appropriate circle is highlighted by turning a solid green. This mimics the style and colors of the other navigation items and links them together.
If the user hovers over a circle, a preview image appears in a green frame with an arrow indicating the appropriate circle. If the user then clicks on the circle, that image will load into the slideshow.
The final element on the slider interface is the caption in the lower-left corner. This is a transparent rectangle with rounded corners and a thin white border. There is a line of white text in the rectangle. Because the rectangle is completely transparent, the images used in the slideshow should be dark or colorful to allow the white text to stand out. The font used in the caption is ‘Ubuntu’, a distinctive and contemporary font that is the perfect match for this slider theme.
This slider would be perfect for websites that want to be memorable but still look professional and trustworthy. Financial websites would benefit from it’s clean and authoritative look. Overall this slider design is grown-up, trustworthy and memorable — working for any site that has an adult audience and discusses serious topics.
As with all cssSlider designs, the theme is fully responsive, fast-loading and reliable. There are no images used in the interface, which helps ensure the slider always works perfectly.