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    Some questions about image sliders

    How would it affect my website if I use an image slider for pictures of a product? It would just be a part of the review and it wouldn't have any offers in it, and is there a way to use image sliders but still have the images indexed?


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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    If you mean that you have a database of items and the photo file names are in the database, you can use JQuery and PHP to do a slideshow.

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    The short answer is that yes, you can do that.

    A slider is nothing more than a bit of JavaScript that swaps out a list of images, making the next one visible and the last one invisible. Some sliders, such as the excellent and free FlexSlider, will do exactly what you're wanting. Literally any other can be coerced into doing what you're wanting.
    Ron Roe
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