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The non-jQuery photo gallery is created using solely CSS and it provides a great way to showcase your photos and to let visitors to your website see the very best of what you have to offer. It has a beautiful transition effect, with a slow and steady pan toward the center of the photos, so your audience will have a chance to see every detail that you want them to. Between its visual appeal and its full complement of controls for the viewer, this jQuery-free gallery will be a surefire hit with anyone who comes across your site.
An easy-to-spot set of navigation arrows are on the left and right sides of the image panel, but they appear as unobtrusive and transparent circles until the user’s mouse hovers over them. They turn blue at that point and they offer a fast and easy way for your viewer to scroll through your photos at their own pace. If there’s a specific image that they are looking for, or if they want a preview of your entire zero-jQuery gallery, there is a low-profile set of circles at the bottom of the image panel that will provide them with previews of your individual slides whenever the mouse is held over them. Once they find an image that they would like to see more of, they can click on the dot that corresponds to it and the slideshow will go to that image right away.
The caption boxes have a white background and rounded corners, for a softer look that goes perfectly with the slower pace of this slideshow. Featuring a blue font that is simple and timeless, the caption box flashes into the upper left corner of the photo and holds there until the change to the next slide, when it disappears to make room for the new caption box. Meanwhile, simply by holding the mouse over the caption box, your web visitors can keep the show locked on the current slide for as long as they like, giving them the opportunity to inspect any photo that captures their attention.
With its relaxed pace and versatile look, this demo is the perfect CSS photo gallery for an artist’s website, an online clothing store or a site dedicated to travel. It has absolutely everything that you need in order to introduce new website traffic to your business and its services in a visually striking and exceptionally user-friendly way!