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How to Create a CSS Slider with W3Schools

How to Create a CSS Slider with W3Schools

A CSS slider is a simple and elegant way to display images or other content on your website. You can use CSS to style the slider, control the transition effects, and add navigation buttons. In this article, we will show you how to create a CSS slider with W3Schools, a popular online platform for learning web development.

W3Schools provides a free tool called CSS Slider 2.1 that allows you to create and customize your own slider in minutes. You can choose from different themes, sizes, animations, and captions. You can also preview and download your slider code for free.

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To use CSS Slider 2.1, you need to register with W3Schools and get a registration key. The registration key is a unique code that identifies your slider and allows you to edit it later. You can get a registration key by following these steps:

  • Go to and click on the "Create Your Own Slider" button.

  • Fill in your name, email address, and password and click on the "Register" button.

  • Check your email inbox for a confirmation message from W3Schools and click on the link to activate your account.

  • Log in to your account and go to the "My Sliders" page.

  • Click on the "Create New Slider" button and enter a name for your slider.

  • Copy the registration key that appears on the screen and save it somewhere safe. You will need it later to edit or download your slider.

Congratulations! You have successfully registered with W3Schools and got your registration key. Now you can start creating your CSS slider with CSS Slider 2.1.

To add images to your slider, you need to upload them to your W3Schools account and select them from the "Images" tab. You can upload up to 10 images per slider and adjust their size and position. You can also add captions to your images by typing them in the "Caption" field.

To change the theme of your slider, you can choose from different color schemes and styles from the "Theme" tab. You can also customize the appearance of your slider by changing the font, border, shadow, and button properties. You can preview your changes in the "Preview" tab.

To download your slider code, you need to enter your registration key in the "Download" tab and click on the "Download Slider" button. You will get a zip file containing an HTML file and a CSS file. You can then upload these files to your website or use them offline.

To edit your slider later, you need to log in to your W3Schools account and go to the "My Sliders" page. You can then click on the "Edit" button next to your slider name and enter your registration key. You can then make any changes you want and save them.

To share your slider with others, you can copy the URL of your slider from the "Preview" tab and send it to anyone you want. You can also embed your slider in your website or blog by copying the HTML code from the "Embed" tab and pasting it in your web page.

Some examples of websites that use CSS sliders are:

  • Apple uses a CSS slider to showcase its latest products and features.

  • Netflix uses a CSS slider to display its popular and recommended shows and movies.

  • Nike uses a CSS slider to highlight its new and best-selling products and collections.



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