jQuery Flickerplate Plugin

jQuery Flickerplate Plugin


Hello dear readers! Welcome back to another edition of our tutorial on jQuery. In this tutorial guide, we are going to be discussing about the jQuery Flickerplate plugin.

Flickerplate is a jQuery plugin that is used for creating a slider which lets you cycle through images with animated arrows and as well dots navigation.

Example

The following below is a simple Flickerplate example -

<!DOCTYPE  html  lang = "en">
<html   xmlns =  "https://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
     <head>
          <meta  charset = "utf-8">
          <meta  name = "viewport"  content = "width =  device-width, 
               initial-scale = 1.0,  maximum-scale = 1.0,  user-scalable = no" >

          <script  src = "/jquery/src/flickerplate/js/min/jquery-v1.10.2.min.js"
               type = "text/javascript">
          </script>

          <script  src = "/jquery/src/flickerplate/js/min/modernizr-custom-v2.7.1.min.js"
               type = "text/javascript">
          </script>

          <script  src = "/jquery/src/flickerplate/js/min/hammer-v2.0.3.min.js"
               type = "text/javascript">
          </script>

          <link  type = "text/css"  rel = "stylesheet"
               href = "/jquery/src/flickerplate/css/flickerplate.css">

          <script  src = "'/jquery/src/flickerplate/js/min/flickerplate.min.js"
               type = "text/javascript">
          </script>

          <link  type = "text/css"  rel = "stylesheet"
               href = "/jquery/src/flickerplate/css/demo.css">

          <script  type = "text/javascript">
               $( function( )  {
                    $( '.flicker-example' ).flickerplate( {
                         auto_flick               : true,
                         auto_flick_delay    : 6,
                         flick_animation      : ' transform-slide '
                    } );
               } );
          </script>
     </head>

     <body>
          <div  class = "flicker-example">
               <ul>
                    <li  data-background = "https://genblock.com/wp-content/uploads/2020            
                         /05/download-circles-abstract-wallpaper-
                         abstract-photo-abstract-wallpaper.jpg">

                         <img  src = "https://www.webdesigntutorialz.com/about/images/kennedy.jpg"
                              style = "margin-left: 400px; ">

                         <div  class =  "flick-title">Nkpara C.</div>

                         <div  class = "flick-sub-text">
                              Nkpara is an IT professional from Rivers, Nigeria. He has more than
                              four years experience in the IT industries. He is currently running and
                              managing Web design tutorialz.
                         </div>

                    </li>
                    <li  data-background = "https://genblock.com/wp-content/uploads/2020            
                         /05/download-circles-abstract-wallpaper-
                         abstract-photo-abstract-wallpaper.jpg">

                         <img  src = "https://www.webdesigntutorialz.com/about/images/webmaster.jpg"          
                              style = "margin-left: 400px; ">

                         <div  class =  "flick-title">Webmaster</div>

                         <div  class = "flick-sub-text">
                              Webmaster is an IT professional from Lagos, Nigeria. He has more than
                              3 years experience in the IT industries. He is currently a content writer 
                              and a web developer at Web design tutorialz.
                         </div>

                    </li>
               </ul>
          </div>
     </body>
</html>


Alright guys! This is where we are rounding up for this tutorial post. In our next tutorial guide, we are going to be discussing about the Multiscroll.js Plugin.

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