Curseur Pristine : curseur interactif pur CSS3.

Curseur Pristine : curseur interactif pur CSS3.

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Pristine Slider est un produit unique, le premier du genre. C'est un curseur entièrement interactif, écrit entièrement en CSS, pas de JavaScript. Cela le rend incroyablement léger et vif, il fonctionne sur tous les navigateurs modernes. Et pour notre bien-aimé Internet Explorer, il y a un repli JS inclus, donc pas de soucis là-bas.

Le curseur est facilement personnalisable via la page d'options du tableau de bord. Vous pouvez modifier divers paramètres tels que les horaires, la durée de transition, l'effet de transition, la largeur, la hauteur, etc. De plus, vous pouvez facilement styliser le curseur avec CSS.

Le curseur avec quatre effets intégrés, vous pouvez voir tout en action dans l'aperçu en direct:

  • Ken Burns
  • Faire glisser
  • Disparaître
  • Transformations 2D

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20 thoughts on “Curseur Pristine : curseur interactif pur CSS3.”

  1. Amazing!

    Please make more screenshots especially of the backend/settings of the plugin.

    And one video per effect would would be nice too. Especially interested in how the “Transform” effect would be set up.

    Thanks.

  2. Can it work using taxonomies? I want to replace my current slider with your using the same tag to get posts.

  3. I haven’t thought about this, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. The only limitation right now is that you can change the number of slides only from the dashboard, that’s one of the things that CSS can’t handle by itself.

    So the plugin generates an HTML file in the plugin folder, from which it gets the markup on every page load. If you dynamically change the content of the slides (but not the number of slides) I don’t see a reason why it wouldn’t work.

    I’m editing the video that I just recorded, it should be up within an hour or two. In that video I’m going over the installation and how this plugin actually works, so I think you’ll get a better idea of what’s possible. Cheers!

  4. I don’t see why it wouldn’t. The CSS classes are pretty unique, and I used as many best practices as I could in the PHP code.

  5. They approved the update a couple of hours ago, but seems like it takes time for the video to show up in the product page.

    (the video preview needs to be approved by a reviewer as well)

  6. Hi!

    I have disable all the controls, but all the controls shows up anyway.. (pager/prev/next and pager). Do you know why?

  7. Apparently not yet, right now it only supports one slider, you can use the same slider in multiple places.

    I would love multiple sliders as well, this works great on sites based on jquery as it has no conflicting issues.

  8. Live preview looks great but doesn’t work as well once installed.
    Also receiving an error on the plugin dashboard. Restore default also seems broken.

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