This is why you should also invest a lot of time into creating an attractive, interactive and user-friendly GUI for your website. cssSlider is one of the applications that can help you achieve this.
A WYSIWYG image slider designer
The first step is to add some images by selecting an entire folder or selecting the graphic files manually; alternatively, you can also drag and drop them onto the app window.
Effortlessly choose the skins and effects you like best
Next, you need to apply one of the many skins included within cssSlider - you can select each of them, preview it, then move on to the next one, then settle for the skin you liked best.
In order to beautify your newly-designed image slider, you can also choose one or several effects, such as zoom, Kenburns, fade or slide.
Additionally, you can adjust the image size so that it perfectly fits your website. If you are not satisfied with the preset values, you can customize them by entering the length and width of the slider.
Publish the output image slider to a folder or directly to an FTP server
When you are pleased with the outcome, you can replay it one more time then proceed with exporting to a local folder or to a directory stored on an FTP server. You can set up a list with your most frequently accessed FTP locations, then quickly choose the one you need.
All in all, cssSlider comes in handy to all those who want to revamp the look of their website, but who have no programming skills.
Reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire, last updated on November 12th, 2014
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