Coin Slider: jQuery Image Slider With Unique Effects

Coin Slider is a jQuery plugin that helps you create an image slider with unique effects by automatically slicing images into squares. It can creates random, swirl, rain and straight effects by changing order in which these squares appear to form complete image.

Coin Slider is cross browser plugin compatible with Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Safari 2+, Google Chrome 3+, Opera 9+. It is really easy to implement, fully customizable using CSS, and provides several configuration options to customize its behavior.

Features

  • Unique transition effects: random, swirl, rain, straight
  • Valid markup
  • Flexible configuration
  • Supports Links and Image description
  • Enable/disable pause on mouse over
  • Enable/disable navigation buttons
  • Enable/disable Links
  • Lightweight (8kb only)

Developed by Ivan Lazarevic; Coin Slider jQuery Plugin is available for download under the MIT License.  You can find further information, demo & download on Coin Slider Website.

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6 Responses to “Coin Slider: jQuery Image Slider With Unique Effects”
  1. Soam says:

    Really superb one.
    After so many years, I came across such super sliders like Nivo Slider and Coin Slider. Thanks for your post man. w3Avenue is in my Twitter, RSS Feeds Subs and PushBot Subs as well. Love you man!!

    • W3Avenue Team says:

      Yes, these are exciting times. HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and Browser enhancements are going to change the face of web as we know it.

  2. Thanks for the post. I’m really glad that you like my work.

    • W3Avenue Team says:

      Thank you for your efforts. Do let us know, when you release your next plugin. We will be more than happy to share it with our community.

  3. Shane Caplan says:

    This is my favourite javascript image slider.

  4. fenny says:

    i’m still confusing how to apply that on my blog,, :(

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