Sequence - The Responsive Slider with Advanced CSS3 Transitions
Sequence provides the complete functionality for a website slider without forcing you to use a set theme. In fact, Sequence has no in-built theme, leaving you complete creative control to build a unique slider using only CSS3 -- no jQuery knowledge required!
- Unique transition styles created using CSS3
- Supports all modern browsers
- Gracefully degrades in older browsers*
- Supports responsive layouts
- Supports touch devices and swiping
- Many developer features with even more to come
- Semantic and easy to use markup
- Open source
*Tested down to Firefox 3.6 and IE7. Extensive support details to come.
- Modern Slide In
- Modern Slide In (with hashTags enabled)
- Sliding Horizontal Parallax
- Apple Style
- Basic Slide
- Basic Crossfade
- Documentation Demo (the theme built using the documentation)
Documentation can be found here: SequenceJS Demo.
Sequence's browser testing environment is provided by BrowerStack.
sequence.js is a FREE script and is licensed under the following: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
Support Future Development
To support the future development of Sequence.js and other open source projects created by Ian Lunn, please consider making a donation.
Your donation is not-for-profit (or beer!), and will allow Ian to spend a little less time on client projects and more time supporting and creating open source software.
Bitcoin donations may be sent to the following address:
Purchase a premium theme:
If you'd like to support Sequence.js, please consider purchasing a premium theme from SequenceJS.com. Whether you need the theme or not, we thank you for your genoristy! We're open about our premium licenses so if you think a friend, colleague or client could make use of the theme instead, feel free to pass it on.
Why purchase a premium theme and not just make a donation? We'd like to give you something a little extra to say thanks! A payment of support is made through PayPal (don't worry, you don't need a PayPal account), so it keeps them and our accountants happy too -- because they're not keen on "donations".
If you'd rather not give up your hard-earned money but still want to show your support, we like to receive your feedback, ideas and opinions too.