6 Pure CSS Content Slider Alternatives to JavaScript

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jQuery content slider is perfect for any kind of website to display their featured works, articles or product, its really easy to use and creates beautiful slider effects without getting your hands dirty with code. There’re so many great tutorials out there teaching how to create a content sliders with jQuery. But before you decide to use jQuery content sliders, you also need to consider how many of your users are browsing your site with JavaScript disabled through analytics tools. Usually, 1%-3% of your site visitors have javascript disabled, It seems like some low numbers?, keep in mind that small percentages of big numbers are also big numbers. So you know your risk before you decide to use jQuery content sliders on your website.

Alternatively, you can create a content slider using pure CSS, it means this will work with any web browser that has JavaScript disabled. Here are 6 of the most useful pure CSS Content Slider tutorial that will help you create a featured content slider using only CSS3.

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