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crankSlider the Jquery DIV and Image Slider Script

I was looking for a simple Jquery DIV slider the other day and took a while before I found anything but they were too heavy and clunky. I just decided the best way was to write my own. Sometimes you may want a slider for not just images but for Divs as well, that way you can include other elements inside the div or create more animations inside.

Without further ado head over here to grab the crankSlider Jquery Div and Image Slider.

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6 Responses to “crankSlider the Jquery DIV and Image Slider Script”

  1. Jerry Jerry Low says:

    Hey Matt,

    Sorry for the late response as I have been away. I'm glad it worked out for you.

    Check back after the weekend, I'll see what I can do.

  2. Matt Matt says:

    Thank you Jerry Low. I actually just saw your response and I really appreciate you got back to me. I did end up figuring out to just slide divs which gives you the freedom to do whatever. I am even using it with Wordpress to call page previews inside the different sliding divs.
    Again, I love this slider. I am a noob and this is just perfect for me.
    What I am tackling now is adding a "next" and "prev" arrow. Any ideas to add that feature? I dont care too much about the feature myself, but some people dont realize you can click the circles and look for the arrows.
    I am not sure if I have the knowledge to get this one done but if I do I will let you know.
    If you know yourself let me know. I will be monitoring the site better this time.
    Thank you.

  3. Jerry Jerry Low says:

    Hey Matt, at the stage its in currently it works. Instead of using the image method use as your slides instead and post images and absolute position divs inside for text (parent div needs to be relative)

  4. Matt Matt says:

    Thank you! This is perfect for me.
    I have a question. Have you thought about adding the option to add text with each image? I use another slider when I need to have text but I like your slider better and would love it if I could use it for those instances too.
    Thank you for sharing!

  5. Magento Magento says:

    that is perfect! thanks for sharing!

  6. Chetaru Chetaru says:

    Hi..
    Thanks for sharing this information and resources it's really help full for me with the help of this we can improve our designs and development I really inspire with this information thanks

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