CSS play - Oh So Simple Slide Show of holiday to New Zealand, Australia and Singapore

18th June 2013

For IE9+, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, IE10 Touch Screen and Android OS Touch Screen

  • New Zealand - The Southern Alps
  • New Zealand - View from the Trans-Alpine Railway
  • New Zealand - Lake Brunner near Greymouth
  • New Zealand - Clouds over the Southern Alps
  • New Zealand - Moeraki Boulders
  • New Zealand - View on train from Dunedin to Middlemarch
  • New Zealand - Purakaunui Falls in the Catlins
  • New Zealand - Otago Peninsula
  • Australia - View from Tamborine Mountain
  • Australia - Stream at Tamborine National Park
  • Australia - Brisbane skyline
  • Australia - View from the Brisbane Wheel
  • Australia - Inquisitive bird
  • Singapore - The Orchid Garden
  • Singapore - Large ferns
  • Singapore - Insect eater
  • Singapore - Apartment buildings
  • Singapore - The Merlion
  • Singapore - View from the Flyer
  • Singapore - Night lights
  • Singapore - Hanging around in Singapore Zoo
  • Singapore - Multi-coloured monkeys

photos and slide show copyright © stu nicholls - CSS play

Information

A very simple left/right slideshow with preview images and permanent image changes.

For IE9, IE10, IE10 touch screen, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, iPad etc. and also Android OS

IE9 has permanent image changes but no animation.

So hover the left or right arrows to see a thumbnail preview of the previous/next image then click the arrow to see the full size image.

To close the thumbnail image on the iPad etc just tap the large image, on other touch screen devices just tap anywhere on the page.

This one is so simple that you do not need to alter the stylesheet when adding extra images, just add the extra lines of code and the stylesheet stays the same.


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