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#1 GhostPanda   User is offline

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I'm looking for HTML CSS developer to create image slider

Posted 28 July 2016 - 09:22 AM

I'm looking for HTML CSS developer to create image slider (budget $30). like on www[dot]owhmp[dot]com (see pink arrow)

Requirements:
1. Do not use Javascript/Jquery
2. Use only HTML, CSS, CSS3
3. Support on modern browser include IE10+
4. Support Responsive View.
5. Support on all screen Resolution.

I have budget $30 Pay VIA PayPal If interest please PM to me.
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Re: I'm looking for HTML CSS developer to create image slider

Posted 28 July 2016 - 01:10 PM

Are you looking for someone to find an appropriate slider and implement it for your site? Because there are literally thousands of slider plugins (and someone writing one entirely from scratch is likely to want to charge you more than 30 dollars).

From your list of requirements, is this an assignment?
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Re: I'm looking for HTML CSS developer to create image slider

Posted 28 July 2016 - 03:36 PM

This is suspect. Why would you care if Javascript is utilized if it meets the required look and function?
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Re: I'm looking for HTML CSS developer to create image slider

Posted 28 July 2016 - 04:45 PM

No JS?! A pure CSS slider is just about possible (using the :target pseudo selector), but only just. As soon as another feature is requested you'd have to jump to Javascript anyway. Sounds more and more like an assignment, or a challenge.
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