a jQuery slideshow plugin
The package is based around the way you already build your website, so you don’t have to retain swaths of arbitrary knowledge to use it on a regular basis.
At 15kB for the full version, and a minute 6kB for the hyper-compressed version, and tidy code, this plugin won’t bog down your site
or burn out your users’ browsers, even using it in multiple iterations per page.
With the little markup you need to add to your site, you get a full featureset, like the ability to put whatever data you want within the slide window, even mixed types, a proportionally-correct status display that configures itself, fullscreen display and swipe functionality.
Add some slick usability
to your site with a plugin that’s fun and easy to use. And if you have any other questions, I’ll be happy
to help you out.
simpleSli.de ver. 1.6 released! 10/30/10
Reduced back to core files and fixed some nagging bugs (image loads, swipe activating when it was set to 'false').
simpleSli.de ver. 1.5.5 hotfix 5/24/10
Fixes display issues in Internet Explorer 7 & 8. Because so many have asked for it, a revamped guide will be supplied with the next update, along with copypasta'ble samples.
simpleSli.de ver. 1.5 now available! 4/24/10
Keeping up on the heels of demand, simpleSli.de can now display in full browser window and be controlled through a touch-interface web device, such as an iPad, iPhone or iPod. If you are viewing this site on such a device, you can try it out on all of my slide windows, or head to the "features" page for a fullscreen/touch demo. It is currently untested in Android, but I would be pleased to hear back from individuals who have one they can test with. Download now, and check out the "features" section to see how to implement these new features. Enjoy the new toys, and as always, if you need anything, let me know.
simpleSli.de reaches milestone of 1,000 downloads! 4/14/10
I formally launched this site (and its accompanying plugin) about a week ago, and after appearing on the front pages of several design resources sites, such as webresourcesdepot.com, denbagus.net and coliss.net (a Japanese site), I've had over 5,000 visitors and 1,000 downloads in 7 short days. I didn't really set out to do this kind of thing, initially. I just created something I would want to use, and figured other people might like it, as well. So, thank you everyone who has so far utilized the plugin, or has helped me correct any issues with it. Community support is what drives people to release free products like this. Thank you, and take care.