This carousel plugin pack contains a large variety of carousels or sliders meant to serve different purposes. When you purchase it, you get access to over 200 pre-built examples and layouts.
The carousel is fully responsive and it has been designed with mobile devices and tablets in mind.
Some features of this plugin are:
use of the Bootstrap grid system
40+ text and layer animations
8+ slide transitions
The plugin is compatible with both Bootstrap 3 and Bootstrap 4. If your website already uses Bootstrap, using this plugin will get rid of any compatibility issues that might have been caused by plugins which don’t specifically target Bootstrap.
Also, Font Awesome files and complementary Google fonts are bundled with the project.
This custom slider plugin has all the basic features that you might expect in a slider. What really sets it apart though, is the ease of setting it up. The plugin download comes with a tool that even generates the code that you have to add to your website.
Here is a list of its features:
caption boxes for each slider
support for swipe gestures
push and fade effects for transitions
responsive and SEO-friendly design
Since the plugin does not rely on any 3rd party libraries, there is no detrimental effect on your website speed.
This simple jQuery slider maker can help you create your own sliders with a nice Ken Burns effect in no time. The subtle panning and zooming of each image makes the slider much more dynamic.
The plugin comes with an admin area where you can simply log in and create your own sliders by setting different options. Then just click on the Publish button get the code to be added to your webpage.
Here is an incompleted list of features for this slider:
Here is one more Bootstrap carousel that makes it possible to create your own sliders in a couple of minutes.
Here are some of its key features:
beautiful animations and transitions
use of Font Awesome icons to create UI elements
fade, slide, rotate and zoom effects for the carousel
fully responsive with touch support
The download comes with templates for creating sliders with contents ranging from images and user testimonials to product listings for eCommerce websites. It also comes with templates for animation of text layers, videos and other elements.
The interface is very user friendly with a lot of configuration options. Though it is up to you to make the slider responsive or give it a fixed width.
You can use it to create a banner rotator, thumbnails banner, banner with playlist, content slider or a carousel. Each of these have their own unique set of possible settings and configurations to alter their behavior.
Here are some nice features of All In One Slider:
3 predefined skins and 16 photo transition effects
animate text from any direction you like
control color, size and transparency of circular timer
randomize the image order
add multiple instances of a slider on same page
The recent update of this plugin added a new feature that lets you create banners in the sidebar.
Just give the different types of sliders on the demo page a try. Who knows, one of those might be exactly what you are want.
This plugin gives you the opportunity to implement sliders on your website in a unique way.
There are 4 different versions of sliders that you can create with this plugin. They are: Classic, Perpetuum Mobile, Mouse Interaction and Ultra.
Here are some of the slider pack’s key features:
unlimited number of layered elements
control motion of a layer between two points
let layer elements interact with mouse
move multiple backgrounds asynchronously
animate the text layers in any direction
All these features make it possible to create a unique slider experience for your visitors. You can also specify if the sliders should have a fixed width, full width or responsive layout.
Just take a look at the demos and I am sure you will be impressed. The asynchronous movement of backgrounds in the Ultra version of the Parallax Slider is very subtle but it completely changes the way you perceive the motion of different slides or images.
All of them are responsive and come with touch support. However, most of them also focus on one key area to set them apart. For instance, the Royal Slider focuses on performance while the Layer Slider is more like an animation platform which can be used to created anything from sliders to pop ups.
The best way to choose a slider plugin from the list is to simply list your goals and pick one that checks the most boxes. Let us know in the comments which plugin you ended up using in your projects.