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Remember that these demonstrations are often in their most basic, uncustomised form and may often not look that 'polished'. You may need to use a little imagination to see how they could work on your website with your images, colours or fonts.
This combo scroller / viewer is something different. Browse different products (images) and then view the gallery for each - it is possible to show many images per product. Not bad huh? Please note that navigation arrows for the sub-items (hover) do not appear on touch-devices such as iPad, tablets and smart phones.
Lightboxes work by expanding a box to fit the size of your image over a greyed-out or transparent background. Previous / Next image buttons enable the next or previous photo in sequence to be viewed along with a caption box.
Very versatile lightbox that not only displays images but all types of media, including audio and video files and even other webpages..
A similar product to the PhatFusion multibox, showing images, video, audio or webpages. Operable also by keys as well as mouse navigation (for galleries).
A good lightbox option that has a more modern appearance than some. Unobtrusive 'next' and 'previous' arrows for the successive image appear when you mouseover close the photo border. Another nice feature of this lightbox is that the caption is not limited to just a single line or paragraph. It also features an image counter for improved useability.
A versatile slider / gallery that features an auto-play function (with countdown timer), thumbnails on hover and multiple transition effects. It also supports other media, not just images. Multiple style captions round off this very capable gallery slider / viewer.
A lightweight slider that has the advantage of dots (pagination) or prev / next arrows. Simple and effective.
An intersting take on a fullscreen slider. Beware of slow internet connections and bandwidth requirements when using this slider... but it makes an impression! Note that it is also not a true resizing background but a large left-top positioned image.
jQuery 1.5 min
A simple but versatile slider. Auto plays but has selectable number pagination too - nice effect by hovering instead of clicking to select the slide.
jQuery 1.4.0 min
Another simple but versatile slider. Auto plays but has selectable bottom tab.
jQuery 18.104.22.168 min
Numerical paginated auto slider by Soh Tanaka.
A versatile slider that can be reconfigured to fade effect. Auto plays but has selectable progress dots too. Slideshow pauses on mouse hover.
jQuery 1.4.4 min
A variation on the Searles slider, this one doesn't autoplay but has a tooltip style thumbnail pop-up to preview the larger images.
jQuery 1.4.4 min
A very stylish sliding image viewer. Operating as a slideshow (autoplay) or by clicking the numerical icons. Caption capability supported.
A versatile, responsive carousel slider. Excellent for cross-browser / multi-device considerations. Try resizing your window or testing it in your mobile device.
Three variations of this slider with thumbnails, no captions / thumbnails or with captions. Very versatile.
A moving progress line anticipates when the next slide will be loaded. The slides feature an image and text combination which is advantageous from the point of search engine performance. Images are advanced by clicking on the circular progress dot of each slide - which cleverly stops the slideshow - from this point the progress is continued manually.
A brilliant take on an image slider, this represents images in a time-line - it also has a vertical variation but we think the horizontal display is better. Nice effects on the timeline and of course the year markers can be be replaced with any headings, although evenly spaced headings certainly look good.
jQuery 1.6 but this functions on 1.5
A really versatile gallery viewer... instead of using thumbnails to view the larger image we can replace these with links (text based).
A super gallery / slider that pulls images from your flickr set. Simply upload your photos to your flickr account, create a set and let us know the set number.
An excellent gallery from Chris Kankiewicz - enabling anyone to upload their own images. An excellent compliment to a Content Editing System
Another example of this excellent gallery from Chris Kankiewicz - enabling anyone to upload their own images. The gallery creates it's own thumbnails and is organised into two or more galleries. Another excellent compliment to a Content Editing System
A Moo-tools viewer based on the viewer originally seen on the Barack Obama campaign website. Suitable for a small list of images as the menu is not expandable.
A lightweight ultra-simple slideshow. The demo shoes no autoplay, no numbers, no captions - just a 'next' and 'previous' icon. There are options for these however, should you want them.
An impressive gallery that really does occupy the entire screen. Not suitable for users with dial-up connections... are there any still out there?!?! The launch version of this gallery was a bit buggy, but we've included it because we hope that improvements will be made to stabilise the script.
A smart viewer that allows an infinite number of thumbnails displayed below the main image which is capable of auto-playing as a slideshow. Many different slide transitions are available - mosaics, wipes, curtain effect and blind effects too
A slick navigation gallery that gives a circular "peek" (thumbnail) at the next and previous image. Supports captions.
This slideshow can also be used as a navigation menu - simply by changing the delay of each slide to an infinite amount of time. We put it on our websites for both the Pirongia Golf Club and also the new site for Speak Up!
Images fade in and out and the caption slides; from top to bottom or vice versa.