The OneByOne Slider is a lightweight, responsive & layered jQuery plugin you can use to display your image and text one by one. The CSS3 animation is driven by Animate.css. It’s mobile friendly, which support wipe left/right on your touch device like iPhone & iPad. You can drag and drop to navigate with your mouse too. The latest update add an extra example, which make Twitter Bootstrap Carousel support the one by one animation.
Now it’s available in WordPress (click image below)
Change logs (please re-download it if you purchase it before)
(update 15th May 2013)
- Update to the jQuery 1.9.1, and use Modernizr to detect the CSS3 transition support. You can re-download the source package if want to use it with jQuery 1.9.1.
(update 14th Nov 2012)
- Integrate with Bootstrap Carousel. You can use it on your favourite framework now.
- Add autoHideButton option, set to false to make the arrows always be visible.
- Update the help documentation.
(update 14th Sep 2012)
- Add responsive example.
- Add fade transition in IE9-, which doesn’t support the CSS3 transition.
- Now you can customize each slide’s animation, even each element in the slide’s animation.
- Add hover to pause option of the slideshow.
- Added ‘fadeInLeftBig’, ‘fadeInRightBig’, ‘fadeInUpBig’, ‘fadeInDownBig’, ‘flipInX’, ‘flipInY’, ‘lightSpeedIn’ animation.
- Fix bugs: link can’t be clicked in the iOS.
- Update to jQuery 1.8.1.
Purchase the extended license?
I appreciate if you can put this item’s link in your item’s description. Please provide only the minified version of js file on your theme, and one extended license can be using on a theme only.
- CSS3 driven animation, hardware accelerated CSS3 transitions for supported modern browser.
- Responsive support, example included.
- Mobile friendly, you can use it in a touch device.
- Optional auto delay slideshow, optional hove to pause the slideshow.
- Each slide or element’s animation can be customized.
- Optional drag function of mouse.
- Optional animation style, can be in random or any other type.
- Optional arrow and buttons.
- FAQ is included in the source package.
- Free update, you can download the future update for free.
About the CSS3 transition
Note: The CSS3 transition only works in the modern browser like Firefox, Safar and Chrome. Which doesn’t work in IE7, 8 & 9, it seems the IE 10 will support it.
For jQuery 1.8.0 user
It seems there is a bug with jQuery 1.8.0, please download the Uncompressed version of jQuery and comment line 4521, then this plugin will work fine.
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Available plugin settings
// the wrapper's name className: 'oneByOne', // the wrapper div's class name of each slider sliderClassName: 'oneByOne_item', // pause the auto delay slideshow when user hover pauseByHover: true, // the global ease animation style, // take effect if you don't pre-defined it in the element easeType: 'fadeInLeft', // width of the slider width: 960, // height of the slider height: 420, // the delay of the touch/drag tween delay: 300, // the tolerance of the touch/drag tolerance: 0.25, // enable or disable the drag function by mouse enableDrag: true, // display the previous/next arrow or not showArrow: true, // auto hide the arrows when user leave the slider or not autoHideButton: true, // display the circle buttons or not showButton: true, // auto play the slider or not slideShow: false, // the delay millisecond of the slidershow slideShowDelay: 3000, // set responsive to true, when you'll change the // slider's size with the media query in CSS responsive: true // when slider is smaller than minWidth, // the text are be hidden in the responsive minWidth: 480
‘fadeIn’, ‘fadeInUp’, ‘fadeInDown’, ‘fadeInLeft’, ‘fadeInRight’, ‘fadeInRight’, ‘bounceIn’, ‘bounceInDown’, ‘bounceInUp’, ‘bounceInLeft’, ‘bounceInRight’, ‘rotateIn’, ‘rotateInDownLeft’, ‘rotateInDownRight’, ‘rotateInUpLeft’, ‘rotateInUpRight’, ‘fadeInLeftBig’, ‘fadeInRightBig’, ‘fadeInUpBig’, ‘fadeInDownBig’, ‘flipInX’, ‘flipInY’, ‘lightSpeedIn’ or ‘random’
Animate.css is from Dan Eden
The background image in the bootstrap example is from photos8
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