So I wrote a simple jQuery slider. http://unslider.com/
about 2 years ago
Thanks! Will use it somewhere for sure :)
Excellent! Not so keen on the logo to be honest, but the slider is great. Although I seemed to reach an 'end' of the slider and slid away into nothingness. Then I reached the end of the internet and almost never made it out but the cats let me come back for a second chance. Thank goodness.
Whoops, that was a typo. Fixed now, @Jonathan Ogden & @I'm Charlie - TheIssland!
Dear Visual Ident,
This slider slides really nicely, especially when I view in my Netscapes browser file.
However, I cannot view in my Internets Explorer (version 5.5) I am thinking this is because I am on new beta version and you may not be able to support me.
I'm looking forwards to your works in next time.
@Dan ...IE 5.5? XD
@Visual Idiot ...Very awesome slider you've there. The only thing I'm missing is a tab-navigation like that of the Nivo Slider. I will definitely use it when this feature is added. :D
@Thom van der Weerd Then go right ahead and use Nivo. There's not going to be any more features added. This is a barebones slider, which is what makes it different.
@Visual Idiot Amen. More power to you ;)
Haha, I'm sorry @Visual. Never meant to hurt you. ;)
One does not simply walk to the end of the internet.
easy, clean and stylish - what do you need more? thank you dear, will use that for sure
Love the arrow support, but no love for iOS finger swipe? :(
Totally dig this!
just tried it, what the hell?! Alien code man; so simple Thanks man
I was just looking for something like this. Perfect!
already using it!
Is there any way to restyle the arrows via CSS to use my own images?
almost 2 years ago
@Javin Ladish for sure!
Is this broken or am I just dumb?
Did everything the "read me.md" file said. Added jQuery 1.7.2 and still nothing. Going to tinker with this more, I hope to have it working soon.
over 1 year ago
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