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    SitePoint Enthusiast turkey's Avatar
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    What is this type of slider called?


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    No special type, just a slide show with auto crop images and thumbnails to the left in this case, and a title (usually linkable) and a description.

    It is very common.
    José Manuel Rosón Bravo

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    It's a type of Accordion Slideshow

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    Sorry Brandman, but it is not an accordion slideshow. Not at all. Accordion slideshows (or sliders) offer a completely different display.

    Have a look at these examples:

    http://www.gopiplus.com/work/2011/12.../#.U9lW_aMWHFw
    http://codecanyon.net/item/accordion...review/7341927
    http://designhuntr.com/40-jquery-css...and-downloads/

    Not an accordion slideshow in the slightest.
    José Manuel Rosón Bravo

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    Here is another example of the slideshow effect you are trying to achieve:

    http://coolcarousels.frebsite.nl/c/64/

    You can download the source code and play around with it to create your own from this link also.


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