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Basic Image Slider is a DotNetNuke module, it can be used to slide images using nice looking transition effects. Eleven unique transition effects are supported, special feature of this slider module is that you can choose transition effect for each slide.
This slider is based on Java-script and CSS only. This nice looking module lets you to create an effective & beautiful slider for images or banners of any size. The only limitation is that all images in the slider should be of the same size.
11 transition effects are supported. This will help you to make the banner section more interactive and will allow you to show multiple images in the space of one image. This module can also be used as a product show-case. You can choose the effect on per slide/image level, these slide level effects can overridden from module settings page.
Following different transition effects are supported:
- Square Out Moving
- Square Moving
- Square Out
- Square Random
- Bar Bottom
- Bar Fade
- Bar Fade Random
- Bar Top
- Row Interlaced
This module is built using HTML, CSS and Java-script only. No Flash is used.
You can review the product terms and license details here.
You can access live demo here
Following screenshots describe the functionality of this module:
Module Settings Page:
You can see it working in the live demo URLs, mentioned above.
You can find a blog post on how to use this module here.
Transparent images may give problem in IE.
Note: This slider slides images using java-script on client side. All images added to the slider should be of the same size. You can resize the slider area according to image dimensions from module settings page.