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Easy Slider jQuery Plugin - Easy Image or Content Slider

Easy Slider jQuery Plugin is brought to you by CSS Globe. Easy Slider is the easiest jQuery plugin for sliding images and content. The Easy Slider plugin enables images or any content to slide horizontally or vertically either continously or upon click. It is configurable with css alone. So, basically you link to plugin file, set the content up and style it with css.

Easy Slider jQuery Plugin

Easy Slide jQuery Slider allows to put multiple sliders on a page and you have freedom to place any type of content in your content slider.

Easy Slider Features
  • Auto slide
  • Continuous sliding
  • Numeric navigation (as an alternative to next/previous buttons)
  • Continuous scroll instead of jumping to the first (or last) slide
  • "go to first" and "go to last" button
  • Giding controls
  • Optional wrapping markup for control buttons
  • Vertical sliding
  • Multiple sliders on one page
Because of it’s simplicity and light-weight it is much easier to deal with this slider plug-in and configure it.

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