Here are 10 amazing pure CSS3 image sliders that can help you in making your website carry large contents in a stylish way.
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CSS3 Image Slider
This slider used radio input buttons and their labels with the :checked pseudo class to control the sliding images.
CSS3 image slider with stylized thumbnails
Learn to make a fade-in-out image slider with thumbnails which have active styles. The slider does not have any page jump when you click on the thumbnails.
CSS image slider w/ next/prev btns & nav dots
A 100% pure CSS image slider with next/previous buttons, nav dots and image transitions.
Pure CSS Slider
Pure CSS Slider. No JS. Because it is possieble!
A Pure CSS3 Cycling Slideshow
Gallery css started as an experiment to build interactive, fluid componentry without the need for jQuery, or a jQuery carousel script. Use this library, or don’t — either way, hopefully you’ll learn from the techniques used within.
Pure CSS Slideshow
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.
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.
CSS3 Responsive Slider / Carousel Using Radio Buttons.
Solitary CSS3 Slider
Solitary CSS3 Slider 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.
Hi, Thats great list. I love with CSScience because it simple and creative. You cover almost all the slider but may be you can add this one as well https://codeconvey.com/pure-css-image-slider/ 🙂 Thanks.
As a learning exercise, I think this is great—I’ve done a few CSS drawings myself and it really does help learn the basic concepts. However CSS drawings are completely impractical beyond a learning exercise. If you’re going to do illustration on the web, use SVG.
This is great, I followed along with you the whole way and it worked perfectly the first time! I’ve been hassling with this trying to figure out how to get an image slider to work as I’m a beginning student myself.
Some really great examples here ! With some small adjustments I can use this as a logo slider as well as a testimonial slider! many thx. i saw some other awesome post on this blog. will definitely check them out as well! thnx for post.
Hey thank you for sharing these. These sliders could be useful for my web project !!