Google Search has also been somewhat of a concern to developers who wish to use jQuery visual content plugins. That is because it takes a certain type of plugin to be fully compatible with the latest search standards, and for the visual content to be indexed in the first place.
Many of the following sliders/slideshows are also fully compatible with your WordPress installations. They also provide separate plugins for that integration. We are open to suggestions for more jQuery sliders to be included in this list. We will eagerly await your suggestions in the comments!
When entering the Swiper homepage, it resembles the feel of Ionic Framework, and for good reasons. Swiper is the default component for slider capabilities within the Ionic Framework. It’s also the default slider for Framework7. Swiper’s a free-to-use touch slider for mobile devices. It uses hardware-optimized transition effects, and feels like a native integration within your iOS, Android, Windows and Desktop projects. Swiper will compliment mobile apps, mobile web applications, and mobile websites.
Moreover, Swiper uses a modern flexbox layout as its slides layout. This solves a lot of problems and saves time with size calculations. Such layout also allows you to configure Slides grid using pure CSS. Swiper also comes with very rich API to create your pagination, navigation buttons, parallax effects, and many more.
Presentation widgets and apps are usually built using native programming languages as individual apps. But this time around, the Presentation Slideshow plugin is taking full use of jQuery and is bringing us a delicate plugin that will feel like a native application. Although traditional presentations utilize the keyboard functions for navigation, this particular library uses keyboard and mouse interaction for full interaction scale. The codebase for this one is fairly straightforward. Thus, styling isn’t going to be much of a problem. Released by Claudia Romano on behalf of CodyHouse.
You can always take things further and decorate your project with an impactful slider. Thankfully, you do not need to build things from the ground up. Heck, you do not even need to spend a dime, as all the different image gallery sliders based on jQuery that we have here are entirely free to use. Yes, that includes Sequence.js. But you can employ the tool for all sorts of other intentions, like presentations, banners, and more. In short, if you are looking for a step-based application, Sequence.js is it.
Sequence.js is fully flexible and extendable, working on all popular devices and web browsers. Moreover, it supports touch and smooth transitions too. Thanks to the ready-to-use themes and over thirty options and possibilities, you can easily tailor Sequence.js to your needs.
The team at CodyHouse is at the top of their game when it comes to modern and responsive jQuery plugins. Create stunning jQuery sliders and choose between three different SVG effects for transitioning images from one to the other. Another creation of theirs includes an animated SVG image slider that uses a traditional image sliding approach, amplifying SVG transition effects. If you are having trouble getting this one to work, the comment section on the CodyHouse is a great place to begin your search for an answer.
CodyHouse is working hard to make the best of modern web technology. We are already the third mention of these guys in our list, we are looking at another stunning SVG-optimized jQuery slider that uses animation to create beautiful slider effects. This one will work great for apps and website projects that need full-page slider options for web pages, or content alone. The webmaster can specify different page items and link them out on the front page upon setting up. Then, the user can easily browse through the items by amplifying a sliding webpage effect.
Bootstrap has not been a frequent name in our jQuery slider list so far. Still, Adobe WordPress guys are breaking this barrier by offering a unique slider plugin that uses an Ambilight effect to make the slider experience more personal and appealing to a certain personality and crowd. The slider is fully responsive and uses a modifiable, automatic timer to flip through the specified slider items.
The last plugin from CodyHouse on our list goes by simple Hero Slider. This ready-to-go slider comes with features like image and video backgrounds. It also comes with the ability to align text in various ways. Instead of using simple navigation icons, it utilizes buttons that increase the overall slider engagement. The buttons provide an option to add text to help users better understand the next piece of content. This, in turn, encourages them to flip through the slider fully.
The Super Simple Slider was built with one thing in mind: simplicity. While many sliders seem bloated with features and expandable options, Super Simple Slider is focused only on one thing. That is to give its users the ability to display sliding content without the extra fat. Showcase your visual content with the ability to add titles for each piece of content for an increased engagement rate.
Jssor is possibly the oldest and the richest jQuery slider library on this list. With nearly 400 slide effects for captions to choose from, Jssor makes it easy to create responsive and mobile-optimized slides for every possible situation imaginable. You can use it for content sliding and fmage sliding. There are both jQuery and no-jQuery versions available for large-scale projects. You can use Jssor in the real world with the help of more than 30 unique demo examples that the documentation has provided. It allows its users to save time and productivity as they go.
WooCommerce is a household name in the WordPress community, and FlexSlider is gaining just as much momentum as their main product, WooCommerce. FlexSlider uses a simple and semantic markup approach for making it easier for developers to integrate it in their projects and apps. Hardware acceleration enables seamless swipe and touch effects. There’s a ton of support information within the documentation. You can easily choose to use FlexSlider on your WordPress blog through a separate plugin. You won’t find a more modern jQuery gallery slider than this; we can vouch for that.
Flickity is a touch-friendly, fully responsive, clickable web and mobile gallery for the modern developer. Suitable for creating full-scale slideshows and galleries, Flickity’s modern design choices are what keeps developers coming back for more.