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    Image gallery slider

    Hi,
    Can someone recommend a good gallery image slider? I've seen a few but want one that loads quickly and is simple. The second one on this page (Pipik) would be great but I would want mine a little bigger and different arrows on the side:

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    Any recommendations as to which is best?

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    Search the forums. This question has been asked at least 30 different times. The answers don't really change in the 3 or 4 days between someone asking.
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    I hate to be that guy but...Google it? There are plenty of free image sliding / carousel scripts out there, just find one and choose the one that suits you best.

    And in most cases, you'll be able to easily customize things like the "arrows" if they're not to your liking.

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    I have looked up multiple ones and the one i like most is Blueimp Gallery i got off of GitHub


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    Thanks I got one called basic query slider.
    I'm just having a problem with it.

    I want it to be responsive - as in resize it if the browser window is smaller. But it doesn't seem to do it.


    <script class="secret-source">
    jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
    $('#qrts').bjqs({
    animtype : 'slide',
    height : 550,
    width : 1000,
    responsive : true
    });

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    That is because you're setting it to have a defined width of 1000. You need to use a responsive slider.
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    "// width and height need to be provided to enforce consistency// if responsive is set to true, these values act as maximum dimensionswidth : 700,height : 300"


    It works as responsive on their website but I can't figure out why mine won't. It says to provide width and height.

    Basic jQuery Slider - Responsive slideshows for featured content


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