The beautiful way to flick through lots of images or text.
Combined with Magic Zoom Plus
A popular use of Magic Scroll is to combine it with Magic Zoom Plus. Why? Because using lots of images in a zoomable image gallery can quickly become messy on the web page.
By using Magic Scroll, thumbnail images are contained in one area keeping the web page tidy.
Combined with Magic Thumb
Take your website carousel to the next level. Combine this image slider with an image lightbox and expand each image to full-screen when clicked/touched.
It's a wonderful way to showcase images when saving space on the web page.
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Vertical text slider
Sometimes Marketing overrides User Experience. Maybe your Marketing team is pushing for more SEO content but you don't want to overwhelm visitors with information.
A compromise would be to use a text carousel. Whether promoting product releases or news headlines, add next/previous arrows to give Users control to read ahead or go back to re-read.
You can scroll literally anything in your slider and in any direction.
Images with text + rounded arrows
Design your own carousel and see images differently.
Expertly crafted to make adding rounded arrows, borders, text and links super easy. This image slider can look & feel exactly how you want.
Join the debate.
The debate continues whether image sliders are good or bad for a website homepage.
Sliders (also known as image carousels) take up valuable space above the fold; don't produce a high click through rate; and can overwhelm readers with information.
The lack of visitor control over an image slider is also up for discussion.
So how can you make an image slider work for you?
Walmart and PBS use manual scroll setting, keeping the visitor in control. Disney and Burberry chose not to have a slider above the fold, instead opting for image carousels below the fold for New and Trending items.
As of writing, Apple and Hilton don't use image carousels at all on the homepage.
So which team are you? Would your website layout benefit from an image slider?