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CSS DEMOSCSS3 - The future now - Animated Slideshow

Date : 22nd November 2010

For all modern browsers

This demo is too wide for your mobile screen.
Please view on a tablet or PC.

  • New Zealand - Australia - Singapore - October 2010
    Photographs by Stuart A Nicholls
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Absolutely NO javascript.

A simple slideshow that makes use of CSS3 styles to provide sliding animation of the thumbnail images and fade in/out of the large images.

There are four sets of 6 thumbnail images which can be accessed by hovering the numbers 1 to 4, then hovering these thumbnails will show the large image in the space above the thumbnails.

Browser support

Opera, Safari, Chrome and Firefox 4 will see all the CSS3 transition effects

IE6 - IE9 will see instant changes in the thumbnail images and also in the large images.

13th February 2013

Now working in IE10 and IE10 with touch screen.

Because of all the time and effort spent in producing this demonstration I would ask that you respect my copyright.

  1. If you are using this on a personal web site then please retain the copyright comment in the stylesheet.
    A support donation is now required for this demonstration.
  2. If you are using this on a commercial web site, or as a paying job for a client, then please email me asking for permission - stu{at} and again a support donation is required.
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Terms and Conditions

This demonstration can be used subject to the following terms and conditions.

  1. If you wish to use this demonstration in your website(s) please email me stu{at} seeking permission.
  2. You may NOT place this demonstration on another site for others to download.
  3. You may NOT redistrubute or resell this demonstration.
  4. Users agree not to remove or edit the credit notice within the stylesheet, or claim that this demonstration is their own.
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