This is a video instruction that will help you build cool responsive 3D sliders!
Watch this video to see how your website visitors can experience your slider on the page!
Code to paste between the tags <head></head>:
HTML code to paste between the tags <body></body> in the place that you want the jQuery 3D Slider to appear:
This slideshow demo by WOWSlider has a unique brick effect that would look if used as a quick portfolio on home pages of interior designing or renovation websites. It also has a very neat and sharp look to it because there are no borders, so the slideshow will actually go great with such websites, as attractive and sharp look interior design/renovation sites look fantastic.
This slideshow’s entire look is very neat and transparent. Apart from the lack of borders, it features right and left arrows for image skipping, a small pause and play button on the top right corner, and fat round bullets at the middle bottom of the frame. The best part about these functions is that they are all transparent with an indented look and white shadow beneath them that makes this visible when users place their mouse on the frame. The bullets that are also almost transparent are the same way, and the current display picture bullet has a small black bullet inside it to show what bullet is playing. Upon mouseover, the selected bullet displays the picture it holds in a small rectangle that disappears as soon as the mouse arrow moves away. The text is written in a bold black font on the lower left of the frame that is readable and with each slide, the literally slides in from the left. All of this transparency and lack of borders make the slide edgy and modern but the best contrast that makes in contemporary is the brick transition of images.
After three to four seconds of each slide, the current slide kind of crumbles and breaks down into small rectangles, which are the bricks. These bricks are given a fat and thick look because of the dark insides that show when they crumble and then all the bricks turn at random to reveal different parts of a different slide for a second before they evenly settle down to show a clear slide. The transition effect is very bold and contemporary, making it all the more advantageous for home decoration/renovation or interior designing websites.
When these slides have high definition modern and classic pictures of interior designed or renovated living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, or bedrooms, they can make for a wonderful slideshow for relevant websites.