190+ Best! jQuery Slider tools – Part IV


Guys here is the Fourth & last part of 190+ best! jQuery slider tools and thank you for your comments and emails on our 190+ best! jQuery slider tools – Part III. Keep reading…

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SlinkySlider

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The Slinky Slider loads a user defined number of HTML files into “panels”. The panels are stacked up horizontally inside a nominated container. Once the panels have been loaded, all bar one are collapsed to a clipped small size. An automatic animation cycles through the panels showing the content of each in turn. When the user mouses over a panel, it expands and the automatic animation stops. The panel content can be full HTML, flash or other media, or just plain image references. This plugin was released under the GNU General Public License

Carousel WordPress Plugin

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This plugin main goal is to be applyied in WordPress script, its an open Source under the MIT license. Please use the comments to make suggestions for updated versions, or contact the author.

MopSlider

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This is essentially a slider box that can fit anything. On its version number 2.5 more than one can be placed on one page. Added features Otomubu. Tested and works with Safari4, Firefox3, Opera9, IE6, IE7, IE8, Google Chrome.

Horizontal Acordion

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This is quite an jQuery plugin, it has no dependencies, it offers you the optional use of easing plugin, an close and open content one after the other and at the same time. You can choose trigger and it’s easily to control through external calls It open content on load and open content through hash tags in the url position of handle (left, right).

jQuery Feature Carousel

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This plug-in was intended to be used to display feature stories on a home page of a website, but can be used for any reason and is highly customizable. It will always display three images at the same time, with all the rest hidden behind the center image. The developer has detailed instructions for using the plug-in, as well as a list of all the options and some frequent questions. Works in Chrome, FireFox, Safari, and IE7+. Limited support for IE6.

jQuery Liquid Carousel plugin

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Liquid carousel is a jQuery plugin intended for liquid designs. Every time the container of the carousel gets resized, the number of items in the list change to fit the new width. It’s quite dynamical and givves a attractive look.

Modern Carousel

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This carousel widget for jQuery makes use of modern CSS to keep panels within the normal flow of the document. This means there are no positional calculations required in the JavaScript, and no float clearing in the CSS.

iCarousel

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One of the most common problems a web developer usually face is related to continuously rotate a fragment of content. It can be a presentation of headlines, small fragments of news or a list of thumbnails. The nature of the thing being rotated doesn’t matter too much here because all those kind of applications share always the same idea: Rotating. This objective can be achieve in different ways like fading and scrolling. Well here is iCarousel becomes useful. It’s a one step forward trying to generalize all those types of widgets providing a rich presentation and making the task easy to be done.

jQuery MS Carousel

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jQuery Carousel can be auto slide, you can play with pause/play method, it can be start from any counter. Slide starts from zero, you can directly move to on any counter, one page can have multiple carousel, each carousel can be controlled by their own object, is vertical and horizontal enabled, you can have a callback method and on top of all that it’s very light weight. Just 4 KB, now I think you ran out of excuses and wanna try it, right?

rCarousel

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This is a Carousel with a really special transition effect, you just need to see the demo for love it, it was released under the MIT license, so it’s free and you can use it freely.

Theatre

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The author refers to it as “the only carousel you’ll ever need” and he might be right, if this is what you’re looking for. Just see the demo and you’ll be able to fully appreciate all the features it has and start thinking on al the cool things you’ll be able to do.

FancyBox

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FancyBox is a tool for displaying images, html content and multi-media in a Mac-style “lightbox” that floats overtop of web page. It was built using the jQuery library. Licensed under both MIT and GPL licenses and can display images, HTML elements, SWF movies, Iframes and also Ajax requests, it{s fully customizable through settings and CSS. Groups related items and adds navigation. If the mouse wheel plugin is included in the page then FancyBox will respond to mouse wheel events as well it support fancy transitions by using easing plugin and adds a nice drop shadow under the zoomed item. It was last updated on November 11, 2011.

The LoF jSlider

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In the list sliders, each item is HTML content uses arrows to next or prevour slider, it’s easy to customize navigation tabs dynamically (such us images of sliders, number of sliders) and items auto slide. Auto-playing (optional feature, can start playing or stopped) it allow indicate a item via its index to display in first. Support the wheelup and wheeldown to previous|next item in the list and preload images before play a slideshow. This is great for any kind of use.

Mead Miracle Sliding

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The idea behind this plug-in is to display a varying number of images in an attractive and easy to use manner. The inspiration for this plug-in this iTunes album viewer. The SlidingGallery plug-in will take a group of images and turn them into a cyclical gallery of images which the user can click through. One image will be centered on the screen, with two smaller images off to the sides. The user can click either of the smaller images to bring them to the center, or the center image to enlarge it.

Moving Boxes

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Many of the concepts presented in others tutorials are the same with this slider, the big difference here is that there are buttons to change panels and the panels zoom in and out. It was udated on July 15th, 2010 (Rob G): Moved to GitHub Turned into actual plugin with more features

AD Gallery

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This is a gallery plugin that’s a bit different than plugins like Thickbox and Lightbox. You can see it here (it’s a work in progress, please be gentle). After quite a lot of tweaking, bug fixing and making sure it works in popular browsers, the developer released the version 1.0.0. If you find any bugs, or have any features you’d want for it, please don’t hesitate to send a comment.

Panel Gallery

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The PanelGallery is a free jQuery plugin, distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License, which means that you are free to use and modify it for any purpose. If you choose wisely your photos it will add a special effect, like addeing colors to the images in panels, just like in the example.

Panorama Viewer

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This small plugin for jQuery offers to display as an interactive panorama, all images on your page that contain the class ‘panorama’ The advantage of this version, it is no longer just for TO USERS CMS SPIP and especially that it is based on the available library jQuery, which makes integration easier.

Gallery

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The jQuery Gallery Plugin take a grouping of images and turn it into an flash-like image/photo gallery. By simply looking at the demo you’ll see that it’s complete, is easy to use, its neat and have elegant effects. It has all the basics in.

LazyLoad

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This jQuery Script was created by Mark Tuupola, Lazy loader is a jQuery plugin written in JavaScript. It delays loading of images in (long) web pages. Images outside of viewport (visible part of web page) wont be loaded before user scrolls to them. This is opposite of image preloading. Using lazy load on long web pages containing many large images makes the page load faster. Browser will be in ready state after loading visible images. In some cases it can also help to reduce server load.

Image Cube

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The image cube functionality can easily be added to a division with appropriate default settings. It then displays the images contained within the targetted division in a cycle every two seconds. A random rotation is chosen each time to move to the next image. Highlights and shadows are used to enhance the 3D effect. Stop and restart the automatic rotation with the appropriate commands. You can also remove the image cube functionality with the ‘destroy’ command if it is no longer required.

Hovering Gallery

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With this tutorial you are going to create an awesome image gallery which leverages the latest CSS3 and jQuery techniques. The script will be able to scan a folder of images on your web server and build a complete drag and drop lighbox gallery around it. It will be search-engine friendly and even be compatible with browsers which date back as far as IE6 (although some of the awesomeness is lost).

Next GEN

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This plugin for WordPress is a new Gallery plugin called NextGEN Gallery. It’s named “NextGeneration” to echo the development of games consoles . Hopefully you can see how it exploits some of the tremendous possibilities of JQuery and AJAX/Web 2.0 technologies. Some of the existing image and gallery plugins for WordPress are really good and well designed, but the gap filledwith this plugin was a simple administration system at the back end which can also handle multiple galleries.

Awesome Box

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Awesome Box is a very simple and unobtrusive Javascript that loads images in the same window, overlaid over the page’s content and the new v2 delivers internet Explorer 6 Support, key navigation using ‘n’ for next, ‘p’ for previous and ‘x’ for close, faster and smoother animation and a even better image dimension calculation.

Horinaja

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Horinaja is a ready-to-use slide-show implementation, utilizing either scriptaculous/prototype or jQuery, allows you to use a mousewheel for navigation.When the mouse is outside of the slide-show area, it scrolls. When hovering over the slide-show, the scrolling pauses. Can automatically create slide indices (pagination), if required, to manually scroll, either click on the slide index links (pagination) or use your mouse wheel. This plugin was developed by D. Massiani.

ThickBox 3.1

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ThickBox is a webpage UI dialog widget written in JavaScript on top of the jQuery library. Its function is to show a single image, multiple images, inline content, iframed content, or content served through AJAX in a hybrid modal.

Hover Intent

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Hover Intent r6 (2011) has all the same functionality of r5 (2007) except that the Google Chrome defect (known defects) is fixed once you upgrade to jQuery 1.5.1. Translations ?????????? courtesy Martha Ruszkowski examples jQuery’s hover (for reference)

Space Gallery

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Attach the Javascript and CSS files to your document. Edit CSS file and fix the paths to images and change colors to fit your site theme. Important: be sure to include Javascript files in the specific order. Prepare a block level element with some images inside. All you have to do is to select the elements in a jQuery way and call the plugin.

Image Gallery Powered by Picasa

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This tutorial will help you to create a simple image gallery powered by Google’s Picasa Web Albums. In order to enhance the user’s experience, it also includes some jQuery and create a scrollable album carousel.This uses PHP’s SimpleXML extension to sort and access the data inside the XML feed provided by Picasa Web Albums. jQuery will be responsible for the DOM manipulation and AJAX request.

Really Cool Image Gallery

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One of the main benefits of using a popular java script library, such as jQuery, is the incredible number of available plug-ins that will kick-start any development project. With this you’ll be able to build a custom gallery that scans a folder of images and outputs a slick gallery, utilizing PHP, CSS, jQuery and the jQuery Lightbox plug-in. There is no need to download the plug-in because it’s included it in the demo files.

Smooth Gallery

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This script provides containers of id “myGallery” that contains several “imageElement” items, each item is composed of four values: The first value is enclosed in an h2 tag and defines the title, the second one is the current element’s description and is enclosed in a paragraph tag, the third is the image link (url in the “href” part of the tag and title in the “title” part). (Only specify it if you have decided to show links in your gallery), the fourth one is the full size image file, and last but not least, there is finally the thumbnailed image file (Only specify it if you have decided to show the carousel in your gallery. By default, thumbnails are 100px wide and 75px tall).

EnlargeIT!

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EnlargeIt! is a little Javascript you may use in your HTML pages. It enlarges thumbnail images beautifully with a mouse click. You can use different animations if you like. You may add AJAX content to your files. This great script is really easy to integrate, works for pictures, flash files, FLV videos, YouTube videos, DivX videos and iframea, enlarge several files at the same time, is really lightweight – the javascript file is only 11 – 22 Kbyte in size it works with any web browser of the last years and it’s under GNU GPL 3.0 license for free software

PixelPost Photo

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Pixel Post Photo is free to download and use in accordance with the GNU license. The application can do a lot more though, you just need to be creative and push it in the direction you have in mind. By default, it’s a fully functional photoblog. It’s a project developers work on in their spare time, and it’s come a long way in the last few years. If you have any questions or want to help, please join the community and start posting!

jQuery Multimedia Portfolio

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the 2010 version is available

Shine Time

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This plugin will show you how to create an animated Shine Effect with jQuery & CSS3 and then use it to create your very own Shiny Gallery ‘ShineTime’. This effect is useful in making your user interface elements look like they’re a real polaroid photo (or made of glass) and the best part is, it’s not that difficult to achieve. You’ll also learn how you can successfully use layering in your designs to give your gallery that extra bit of detail that can make it stand out from the others.

MLB Switcher

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Although this is not a step-by-step tutorial, for those interested in the JavaScript/jQuery used, the author provided extensive commenting in the JavaScript file, so you can see exactly what each section of the code does. The data is contained in a JavaScript object in order to keep the code clean, and to separate it from the main code. This version uses CSS3?s border-radius, RGBA colors, opacity, and a small use of a gradient, and still looks acceptable in non-supportive browsers (although the jQuery is not as smooth in IE6 & IE7).

jQuery Image Scroller Plugin

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The idea is that you have a container (.image-scroller) with a fixed height and width, an image that is taller than the container (.feature-image), and a container (.preview) for the thumbnail of that image, some times large individual images work great for products like shoes, but when we needed to introduce clothing items we couldn’t fit the entire product in without shrinking the image down until it was too small. The given solution was to have a small thumbnail preview that you could drag over to view different sections of a larger image.

Image Gallery in 4 lines of jQuery

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This script will let you build image gallery with thumbnails for websites. It’ll allow you to show large image and few thumbnails bellow that. Also, large image will have bar with description. When user click on thumb large image and description should change. The idea is to use alt tag of thumb image for large image description.

Micro Image Gallery

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The following jQuery plugin transforms a set of images into a tiny gallery with several options. The Micro Image Gallery allows to switch between a grid view which shows a preview of the images as thumbnails and a single view showing one image only. The navigation bar can be hidden and sliding out when hovering over the gallery, or visible. A total of nine thumbnails are shown in the grid preview. The plugin will automatically resize the image according to the chosen gallery size.

jQuery Image Scale Carousel

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What Makes jQuery Image Scale Carousel Different? It auto scales the images you put into it to the appropriate height and width keeping their aspect ratio in place. When working with imagery online keeping the integrity of an images aspect ratio is as important as anything else. This is what’s so nice about this jQuery plug-in; you don’t have to worry about all of your images being perfectly sized for this slider. The jQuery Image Scale Carousel auto scales all of your images making implementation super simple.

Zooming Image

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Zoomimage plugin allows you to reach different design ideas with images resizing. It preloads images, images can by grouped in galleries, scales the image to fit the viewport and allows keyboard gallery navigation. It’s pretty simple and with it, you can achieve great things.

Exposure

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Exposure is an image viewer plugin easy to use default setup. It support sideshow and image carousel, keyboard navigation, support for captions and additional meta data, JSON (over AJAX) as alternative input source, is cross-browser, really lightweight footprint and it’s an free open source.

Simple Accordion with jQuery and CSS

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The developer’s name is Soh Tanaka, and he knows that when designed and implemented with usability in mind, the accordion can be incredibly useful when organizing a good chunk of content. Since a lot of people found his toggle tutorial useful, he’s now going over how he approached building an accordion from scratch. Please keep in mind that this tutorial requires basic knowledge of CSS and jQuery, please be sure to learn the proper foundations before attempting to take this tutorial.

Zoom Info

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Question: Have you ever wanted to neatly display a few lines of text about an image in your site but didn’t want to compromise on the design of your overall layout? The answer, is by hiding that information in your interface, but keeping it accessible. In this jQuery script you’ll learn how to create a useful information-rich jQuery Image Gallery that solves that problem.

Zoomooz.JS

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Some of this plugin greatest feature ideas might be to make it work in older IE versions, have zooming out return to the same scroll position, support for 3d transformations, hide elements that are not shown while transforming and awesome kinetic scrolling.

Visual Lightbox for android

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Visual LightBox JS is a free wizard program that helps you easily generate web photo galleries with a nice Lightbox-style overlay effect, in a few clicks without writing a single line of code. Just drag&drop your photos into Visual LightBox window, press “Publish” and your own web gallery with beautiful LightBox 2 effects will open in the browser instantly! No javascript,css,html coding, no image editing, just a click to get your gallery ready. Visual LightBox is available as Prototype or jQuery plugin, for Windows and Mac. You can also use it to show a public Flickr set or all public Flickr user photos.

jQuery MB Gallery

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Now the version 2.0.2 it’s available but, what’s new in 2.0.2? Completely rewritten code, support for Flickr sets and User photos, fully customizable via CSS, really fast display, show as overlay or in place gallery.

Gallerific

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Galleriffic is a jQuery plugin that provides a rich, post-back free experience optimized to handle high volumes of photos while conserving bandwidth. Sadly, the author says he’s not so great at spelling, and it was much later that he realized that the more appropriate spellings would be Gallerific or Gallerrific, but is too late now for a name change, so Galleriffic remains.

jPhoto Grid

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Nearly all of the styling for this plugin is done in CSS.The trick is to layout the grid by floating the list items. The first thing the plugin will then do, is convert these all to absolutely positioned. This is what allows the plugin to zoom in on an individual image and then return it to its place. This depends on the browsers ability to scale images. In the stylesheet, the images are set to width: 100% and simply animate the size of the container.

Malihu

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Simple and elegant image gallery made by a combination of some previous scripts/tutorials posted on this blog. As of 23/01/2011 the gallery features next/previous image functionality via buttons and keyboard arrows. Thumbnails scrolling function has been optimized significantly. The demo and .zip files are updated.

Infinite Scrolling Web Gallery

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When working your way through a web gallery, don’t you find annoying when you must change pages? so with this tutorial, you will learn how to create an auto-generating, one-page, infinite scrolling gallery with PHP and AJAX. Full of awesomness!

Horizontal Box Slider

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Works well in Chrome 6, Firefox 3.5, Safari 5, Opera 10.60, and IE 8. IE 6 and 7 have some issues with examples, but the script itself works. The horizontal_box_slider.js is using native scrolling. There are a lot of “carousels”, but none of them is using it.
Well, and this is how this list end, jQuery is absolutely a helpful tool for you to use and take fully advantage of, don’t be afraid of trying new things with this and try to mimic any cool effect you’ve seen and liked, i really hope you enjoyed it and find something that picked your mind, check out the demos, download your favorites and let us know how it worked for you. Really looking forward to your comments.

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