Responsive jQuery slider, featuring modular architecture, CSS3 animations, touch swipe, animated layers, retina, lazy loading and much more.

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A modular, responsive and touch-enabled jQuery slider plugin that enables you to create elegant and professionally looking sliders.
>The slider is also available in Vanilla JavaScript and as a WordPress plugin.
Main features:
  • modular architecture
  • responsive
  • touch-swipe
  • CSS3 transitions
  • animated layers (and static)
  • infinite scrolling
  • carousel layout
  • different sized images
  • full width and full window support
  • thumbnails
  • deep linking
  • lazy loading
  • retina-enabled
  • fade effect
  • full-screen support
  • CSS-only navigation controls (no graphics) for easy customization
  • video support
  • conditional images (different images for different screen sizes)
  • JavaScript breakpoints

Check the plugin's presentation page for examples and more details of the available features.

Getting started ##

  1. Get a copy of the plugin ###

You can fork or download the plugin from GitHub, or you can install it through npm or bower.
$ npm install slider-pro

$ bower install slider-pro

  1. Load the required files ###

Inside the page's head tag include the slider's CSS file.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="dist/css/slider-pro.min.css"/>

In the page's footer, just before </body>, include the required JavaScript files.
<script src=""></script>
<script src="dist/js/jquery.sliderPro.min.js"></script>

<link rel="stylesheet" href=""/>
<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

  1. Create the HTML markup ###

<div class="slider-pro" id="my-slider">
	<div class="sp-slides">
		<!-- Slide 1 -->
		<div class="sp-slide">
			<img class="sp-image" src="path/to/image1.jpg"/>
		<!-- Slide 2 -->
		<div class="sp-slide">
			<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet</p>
		<!-- Slide 3 -->
		<div class="sp-slide">
			<h3 class="sp-layer">Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet</h3>
			<p class="sp-layer">consectetur adipisicing elit</p>

The structure you see in the code above (slider-pro > sp-slides > sp-slide) as well as the class names used are required.
If you add an image to the slide and you want it to behave like a background image you need to add the sp-image class to it.
More about the supported content (i.e., layers, html, video) in the Modules doc.

  1. Instantiate the slider ###

<script type="text/javascript">
	jQuery( document ).ready(function( $ ) {
		$( '#my-slider' ).sliderPro();

Slider Pro has 50+ options which you can pass to the slider when you instantiate it. More about this in the JavaScript API doc.

Detailed usage instructions ##

* [1. Properties](docs/
* [2. Public Methods](docs/
* [3. Callbacks](docs/
* [1. Fade](docs/
* [2. Caption](docs/
* [3. Full Screen](docs/
* [4. Lazy Loading](docs/
* [5. Retina](docs/
* [6. Conditional Images](docs/
* [7. Layers](docs/
* [8. Deep Linking](docs/
* [9. Autoplay](docs/
* [10. Touch Swipe](docs/
* [11. Buttons](docs/
* [12. Arrows](docs/
* [13. Keyboard](docs/
* [14. Thumbnails](docs/
* [15. Thumbnail Touch Swipe](docs/
* [16. Thumbnail Arrows](docs/
* [17. Video](docs/

Support ##

If you found a bug or have a feature suggestion, please submit it in the Issues tracker.
If you need help with implementing the slider in your project, I recommend using Stack Overflow instead of the Issues tracker.

License ##

The plugin is available under the MIT license.