CSS3 Photo-Slide

27th January 2010

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Another conversion from one of my javascript demos jQuery Photo Slide to show what will be possible when CSS3 is adopted in all browsers.

At the moment this demonstration is only 'fully working' in Safari and Google Chrome which has the large images sliding left and right when hovering over the number buttons.

IE6 will not work as this does not support any of the required styles. IE7, IE8, Firefox and Opera will see instant image changes. Firefox does get the corner radii on the outer container.

When Firefox and Opera support transitions I will add this to the demo, and when IE9 is released we will see if that too will support any CSS3 styles.

20th May 2011

Now animated in Firefox 4 and Opera

13th February 2013

Now animated and working in IE10 and IE10 with touch screen.


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