8 Amazing Pure CSS3 Image Sliders

In the field of web designing and development it is good to remain up-to-date with new technologies and approaches. Nowadays many rich content websites use to apply different techniques in order to show large content in some way on single page not on the cost of readability. Today in our post we are going to talk about a way that can help you in making your website carry large contents in a stylish way. The technique we are going to present is creating a content slider and it will use CSS3 properties.

A Pure CSS3 Cycling Slideshow


Thanks to CSS3, we can create effects and animations without using JavaScript, which will facilitate the work of many designers.

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Galery CSS

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Gallery CSS: An interactive gallery carousel written entirely in CSS

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Pure CSS Slideshow


Design Made In Germany, a website listing creative works of German agencies and designers, is sharing a slideshow created with pure CSS. It has a nice slide effect that works in all modern browsers -which also degrades gracefully when needed- using the CSS3 transition property and transform property’s translateX function.

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Sliding content


Often used as part of an image gallery or to show additional information, again this can be done in javascript by gradually changing the padding of elements. This often looks choppy on mobile devices, and frames can be missed if the animation is quick. CSS transitions plus transforms help out to make this a simple effect to create.

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Gallery pre/next pure Css


A very useful and wonderful technique, pure CSS3 responsive gallery stack slider using three labels for pre/next and no links. Who said that every input must have only one label?

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The Pure CSS3 Content Slider

A free, slick content slider developed with pure CSS3 by Caleb Jacob. Look ma! No JavaScript!


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CSS3 Responsive Slider / Carousel Using Radio Buttons.


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Pristine Slider: Pure CSS3 interactive slider


Pristine Slider is a unique product, the first of it’s kind. It’s a fully interactive slider, written entirely with CSS , no JavaScript. That makes it incredibly light and snappy, it works on all modern browsers. And for our beloved Internet Explorer there is a JS fallback included, so no worries there. The slider comes with a PHP compiler that lets you customize everything related to the behavior and the interface and it generates all files that you need. And about the looks – you can easily style it with just CSS .

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Solitary CSS3 Slider


In this transition, I used CSS3’s rotateZ property to rotate the image to 10 degrees once the respective navigation button is clicked and then fade it away. This looks really beautiful. We can also use rotateY and rotateX properties to create a “flip” effect instead of the “rotation” effect shown here.

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Last Updated on by Henri Wijaya
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  • http://ahd-media.com/ Hugo Luna

    Good work!