Get hand-picked CSS slideshow collections. Demos and Tutorial links are available.
1) Slideshow Owl Carousel + YouTube
Slideshow Owl Carousel + YouTube
2) Responsive Multi-image Slideshow
A slideshow with multiple images per slide that split into individual slides on mobile, and merge back on tablet or desktop. It also utilizes the picture element for responsive images that change to portrait proportions on mobile. Adapted from slick.js.
3) Responsive Vanilla JS Slideshow
A simple responsive Vanilla JS slideshow with different forms of navigation.
4) Slideshow 3d showcase
Simple slideshow using css3 transforms 3d to showcase website layouts or anything else you want.
5) Slideshow presentation
Navigate using the up and down arrow keys.
6) Split-screen Slideshow
7) Pure CSS Slideshow Gallery
Responsive slide gallery Navigation and PREV-NEXT buttons created and nothing but CSS
8) Geometrical Birds – slideshow
83 triangles morphing and changing color into different birds. Polygonal birds Free Vector in Animals by freepik.com
9) Parallax Slideshow
Parallax Slideshow with arrow and auto slideshow
10) Bubble Slideshow Component
This is a Vue component that uses clip-path for an interesting slideshow transition effect.
11) Silhouette zoom slideshow
Slide show where the person in the current frame is used to zoom into the next frame
12) Responsive slideshow with Tabs
A full-width, responsive and easy to customize slideshow.
13) Slideshow Parallax with TweenMax
Slideshow Parallax with TweenMax
14) Fullscreen slideshow with menu
Fullscreen slideshow with Slick Carousel with navigation buttons and burger menu.
15) Simple Image Slider
A simple JQuery image slider! Features: – Automatic slideshow – Pause on hover – Dynamic slide counter – Show/Hide controls on hover
16) Automatic infinite slideshow with jQuery
An automatic infinite slideshow made with 4 lines of jQuery.
17) Cycle Slideshow Slider
Cycle Slideshow Slider build on top of Cycle2 jQuery plugin. Declarative nature of plugin is very convenient (custom data-attributes).
18) SlideShow Animated
19) Slideshow in a button
Slideshow in a button. Uses some heavy css3, some light jQuery and some messy html. It works fine in desktop browsers
20) Mobile First Product Slideshow Widget
Built with Mike Alsup’s (malsup) Cycle2 plugin for jQuery, this experiment features a mobile first product slideshow with some neat typography.
21) Table Cell Slideshow
Creating a slideshow with fancy effects based on table cell.
22) Slideshow CSS with image preview
here a full Css slideshow w/out js
23) Basic HTML Slideshow
24) Slideshow Concept (No JS)
CSS and HTML Only Slideshow Concept
25) Responsive Slideshow Concept
This concept for a responsive slideshow was built with Mike Alsup’s Cycle2 plugin for jQuery. The thumbnails are dynamically generated using a little DOM traversal!
26) CSS Infinite Slideshow
CSS Infinite Slideshow
27) ScrollMagic Tutorial – Fullscreen Slideshow
Learn how to use ScrollMagic’s triggerHook, triggerElement, setPin, addIndicators and setClassToggle.
28) Vanilla JS Lightbox Slideshow
A simple vanilla js lightbox slideshow script
29) CSS Slideshow text
CSS Slideshow text
30) CSS3 Slideshow with Image Panning and zooming Effect
CSS3 Slideshow with Image Panning and zooming Effect
31) Greensock animated slideshow
A fullscreen, sort of responsive, slideshow animated with Greensocks TweenLite/Tweenmax. This is work in progress, currently working on how to best pevent the slidein animations from firing when users click the next/prev button repeatedly.
32) Automatic / Manual Slideshow
Automatic Jquery Slideshow that switch to manual when you hit the arrows.
33) Fading Slideshow
A slideshow that fades on the transition.
34) Slick Slideshow with blur effect
Slick Slideshow with blur effect
35) Fullscreen CSS Background Image Slideshow
Taking advantage of Sass with Bourbon, and refactored the original Codrops demo of a Fullscreen Background Image Slideshow to be a little more compact and efficiently managed.
The markup for the slideshow is an unordered list that houses spans which will function as the elements for the background images of the slideshow.
A variable, $animation-delay, is defined as the duration of each slide. This variable will be used to calculate the slideshow’s cycle, and makes adding and removing slides a little more manageable.
The first instance of the variable is found tied to the spans that define the background images for each slide. Here, the variable should be multiplied by the total number of slides in the slideshow to set the full length of the cycle.
Where the background images for each span of the slideshow are defined, the variable is further used to set the delay for each slide and ensure that a continuous cycle is created.
Keyframe steps also need to be calculated based on the total number of slides and slide duration. First, divide slide duration by the total cycle time. The resulting percentage will be the base step, and where in the animation the image will begin to fade. An ‘in-between’ step is also needed preceding the base step, and is calculated by dividing the base step percentage by 2. This step is where the image will be completely shown. Finally, the step at which the image is to disappear completely will be following the base step, and is calculated by multiplying the base step by 1.5.
36) Dual Slideshow Demo
Just playing around with a dual pane slideshow concept.
37) A better simple slideshow
38) Scroll Down Slideshow
The essential of it could be made using html/css only but the css attr function doesn’t support custom datatypes currently, to use it as an url. This slideshow supports permalinks with anchors. Basic keyboard support (left and right arrow keys).
39) Slideshow using CSS only
A simple slideshow made in css only
40) Split Slick Slideshow
Vertical slideshow in split screen