ContentFlow: Flexible Content Flow JavaScript Library

ContentFlow is a flexible JavaScript library that enables you to easily create slideshows / carousel / image-flow  like components.You can add multiple content flows in one web page, each separately configurable to satisfy different visual needs. ContentFlow is a cross browser plugin that works in modern browsers (Firefox 3+, IE8+, Safari 4+, Opera 10+, Chrome 4+ and iPhone/iPod).

ContentFlow can handle any content, so you can use it to present more than just images. It is extremely flexible and highly customizable script with powerful features like: ability to extend it with addons; navigate flow by clicking images, using the scrollbar or the scroll-wheel; run with and without a reflection; and a lot more.


  • Addons / Style
  • Auto-generated reflection
  • Auto initialization
  • Auto resize
  • Circular flow (wrap around)
  • Vertical flow
  • Loading indicator
  • Dynamic opacity
  • Add / remove items dynamically
  • Click to select control
  • Mouse wheel control
  • Keyboard control
  • Drag ‘n throw control
  • Pre- and next-Button control (not browser back- and forward-Button)
  • Item as link
  • Caption as link
  • Scrollbar
  • Individually definable actions on many events

Developed by Sebastian Kutsch; ContentFlow is available for download under the MIT License. You can find further information, demos &  download on ContentFlow Website.

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2 Responses to “ContentFlow: Flexible Content Flow JavaScript Library”
  1. iChef says:

    Hi, the ContentFlow Website doesn’t work. Do you have another link to download the script?

    It’s long time that I’m looking for this kind of script but until now I was not able to find a good script cross browser and easy to setup.

    Do you can advice me something alternative?

    Thank you

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