A heavily modified version of the responsive slider by w3cwidgets. Incorporating a sticky responsive menu this has been pretty well tested out on most modern desktop browsers, mobile iOS products and Android Chrome. Animations, swipe and pagination feature in this nicely featured ready-to-go site.
This is a great slideshow. The images are uploaded from your Google (Picasa) account once it is "Shared" to the public. Thumbnails are created automatically and best of all - the slideshow is responsive.
An app-style website that gloriously shows off products in two blocks. Adopted from the great article and tutorial from CodyHouse, this deveopmental site also features the off-canvas menu first seen on the Codrops site. Slick, responsive and very very nice to look at.
An HTML5/SEO friendly slider that is fully responsive to retain width and proportion of the images. Retina friendly with 2x resolution possible. Touch enabled and keyboard navigation finish it off. The slideshow pauses on hover and also shows the navigation arrows at the same time. Nice.
A simple background slideshow with swipe capability that pulls images using the data attribute into a slideshow
A nice full-width responsive slideshow with swipe capability and pagination.
Also check out this Piccante-tailored version with navigation arrows left and right
A beautiful, responsive lightbox. Youtube and Vimeo integration is possible. Commercial licences may be necessary.
Note that the close ('x') icon is very small on some devices
This versatile gallery has slide show, numerical pagination, caption or thumbnail options. Modified and shown in the Piccante Web Design.co.nz website as our special limited edition photography site for sale
Full page width, serving only the image size required by your device to save on bandwidth and reduce page load time. A sweet solution for a high-end website. Image costs per slide may be more than HKD$28 per image as each image must be edited into 8 suitable sizes. Remember that your minimum image size must also ideally be at least 2560 x 1800 px
This slideshow also uses the excellent picturefill.js plugin, thanks to Scott Jehl.
A nifty grid using Masonry that has several options for viewing, including a lightbox.
A nifty grid using Masonry that enlarges into a slider. Responsive - another beauty from Codrops.
Note that the images are truncated in landscape orientation of some mobile devices, a better option might be the Masonry plugin
A responsive carousel-style slider with non-infinite looping. There could be the possibility to integrate a modal popup or lightbox style image to view a larger picture, untested at this time.
Note that the buttons (controls) are rather difficult to use on smaller devices
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