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A combination of an automatic slideshow with fading transitions and a gallery with scrollable thumbs.
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Jquery Image slider Script allows you to make images look pleasant and impressive in responsive layout.
Zoomber is a jQuery image zooming plugin for presenting your images in the highest detail for user.
Simple Css3 cover flow slideshow gives a nice flow of images.
This script lets you view an "after" version of any image as an overlay of the original one in dramatic fashion.
The carousel does what you would expect and it is nice and smooth. It looks nice but it is not re
I was looking for a jquery image slideshow for long time. There are many free ones out there but thi
Was looking to have multiple images with fade transitions on a page- this script does the trick! And
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