Create image, video and text slideshows with ease

6 javascript slideshow examples that you can add to your site in minutes


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Simple fade slideshow

It's easy to make a fade slideshow. 'Fade' is just one of 14 separate slide effects which you can use on your slideshow. For a twist on 'fade' try 'fade-up' or 'fade-down'.


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Image gallery slideshow

Jump straight to an image using thumbnails!

Thumbnails are automatically created by Magic Slideshow. Set slideshow thumbnails to any size, any position (bottom, top, right and left), and any style.


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Pan and zoom slideshow

Panning and zooming images has never been easier. Add the Ken Burns effect to create the appearance that each slide slowly zooms in and out.

Made popular by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns in video production, this effect works beautifully on web page slideshows too.

The 'fade' effect used when changing slides has been slowed down. By default this is set at 0.6 seconds, but this example takes 3 seconds to completely change from one slide to the next.


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Vertical slideshow

Creating a vertical slideshow has never been easier. By default, Magic Slideshow automatically changes slides horizontally (left/right), but with a simple customization your slideshow images can change vertically (up/down) in seconds.


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Video slideshow

Add videos to your slideshow for a quick way to get your message across.

Deciding the goal of each slideshow will help focus your thoughts about what you need. Would using only videos be best? Or would combining both photos and videos create maximum interest?

As well as supporting YouTube and Vimeo videos, Magic Slideshow also supports videos hosted on your server. You can show any video you want!


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Bullets (with tooltips)

Hover each bullet to view miniature version of that slide. You may know this feature as 'tooltip, 'infotip' or 'hint'. A simple but effective way to preview upcoming slides.


HTML slideshow

Use HTML in your slideshow to

create any design!

Continue

This image is zoomable!

Hover or click the image

The zoom effect uses Magic Slideshow

Hover
to zoom


Drag to
spin


Show 360 spins

The ultimate way to display products

Spins can use either Magic 360 or Sirv

Video slides

It's easy to add YouTube, Vimeo and all other videos in your slideshow

Embed social media widgets

Get more signups - add like buttons and social snippets to your slides


Touchscreen

Did you know each year more and more visitors are choosing to use handheld devices to view websites online?

Designing your blog, website or ecommerce store to support small screen products is essential to open up your target audience. This includes the image tools and plugins added to your site.

Choose a responsive slideshow to display images exactly as you intended. Magic Slideshow intuitively scales slideshow images up and down to perfectly fit the users screen size. The touchscreen functionality allows visitors to easily swipe left and right to browse your slideshow.

It's time to choose. Choose inclusion. Choose usability. Choose Magic Slideshow.

Retina ready

Heard of high-resolution images? They're for screens that pack in more pixels into the same area, so images look sharper.

Apple calls them retina screens and they've been standard on all iPhones since the iPhone 4 way back in 2010.

At 4 times the size (double the height and double the width), they're so vividly sharp that you can't make out the dots. People have become used to seeing retina images on their iPads, iPhones and other high-res screens, so it looks inferior when they're served a traditional image.

No fear! Magic Slideshow supports retina images. Use 2 images for each slide - one standard-res and one hi-res.


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