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- Last Update
- December 7, 2018
- Magento 2.0+
Sweep away boring text
Our Magento 2 Content Slider allows you to create visual impacts to your product showcase in a simple way. Latest items, random products, banners or lively videos etc., are rendered into multiple sliders in any predefined place.
Unlimited number of slides
The extensions allows you to add an unlimited number of sliders, whether a powerful image or video slideshow to any position on your Magento store, with ease.
Enhanced with Magento 2 Widget
Allows to add sliders anywhere using widget module manager. You can add a widget to a CMS page or static block too and no longer have to deal with the block shortcodes to insert the blocks.
Create slides for multiple content types
Pushing your products into front of stores are of great importance for on-site promotion. Feature your New & Hot collection, Latest items, Banner slider or simple a random product list etc., just a few clicks away.
Personalize each single slider
When it comes to each specific slider, you might wish to flexibly configure unique number of items to be shown in such slider, this configuration together with other settings are in place to create your own.
Fully Configurable Magento 2 Content Slider
The extension allows you to fully control configurations from animation effect, store view or time duration etc., via your backend. You can define slider elements flexibly to grab visitors’ attention your way.
Your solution works fine on our MAGENTO 2 web site. However we recommend a sleazy improvement (it lacks 2 columns in slide item edition on admin – start publish date and end publish date)
I am satisfied in a way that it works relatively fine. There are few things which could be better though. The thing is the usage of images for dots and arrows. I switched those to icons from Material Design which essentialy allows me to use any color we like, nice css3 effects on the elements and higher quality on higher resolutions.
Last thing I thought about is the usage of Slick slider. I looked at Slick, mainly because it is responsive and it offers an easy way to do thumbnail navigation of slides. There are some problems with flex though. If you are interested, let me know and I will offer more information.
It’s extremely easy to use and customize. I added css options, fonts, colors to the admin area of the slides so you can have different headers, body text, position them top, left, right, or bottom etc etc. The point is, the content slider is easy to use and customize with little coding knowledge.