Create a Rotating Image Slider
Have a rotating image gallery on your home page is a widely used trend right now. It just seems to make sense. You can convey a lot of information in a small amount of space. It isn’t away easy to implement a jQuery image slider in your own site. Sometimes the code just doesn’t work, or you have a script conflict, which means that it doesn’t work well with other scripts. In the video below, I will show you how the slider works in Foundation 5, its advantages, its disadvantages, and how easy it is to control with a few simple parameters. In the video below, I will show you how to create a rotating image slider with Foundation 5.
As you can see, it is easy to control the html. You can use all of the html and css you want to create very own slider in CSS and jQuery. What I like is that you can easily implement slides. The only issue I ran into was changing the path for the images, so I didn’t end up with a blank screen.
Learn to Control the slider by using built in code to determine how the slider behaves. it will control how often the slider rotates, whether or not there is a caption, and which animation plays in between each cycle. You can place the rotating image gallery anywhere in your site, because it is called via simple html.
Were you able to implement the Rotating Image Slider in your site?
How did you do with adding your own rotating image slider into your site? Did you run into trouble. Remember, if you don’t have foundation.min.js at the bottom of the file, you will have to call the script of the slider itself into your site. If you don’t, your slider won’t work.