Carousal library using Pure CSS.
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README.md

Galarie.css

Galarie.css is all CSS simple, lightweight carousal library. Think: Simple, maintainable photo galleries without the use of Javascript.

Why? — Galarie CSS started as an experiment, to provie a way for my photographer friends to easily build lightweight carousals without the need for jQuery, or a jQuery carousel script. It has been inspired by Gallery CSS by Ben Schwarz.

Installation

The recommended method to install galarie-css is by using Bower.

bower install galarie-css

Otherwise, if you want to keep it simple, check the dist directory.

Getting started

You have the following types of gallery you can build using galarie.css:

* Without autoplaying animation
* With autoplaying animation

Read the Getting Started Guide, or checkout the examples

Browser support

Safari Firefox Chrome IE8 IE9 IE10/11
✖†

Absolutely possible using a variety of JS selector shims, although not recommended.

Build instructions

Galarie CSS is built using grunt & RubySASS.

You'll need:

  • Ruby (and sass - gem install sass)
  • Run npm install from the root directory.
  • To run a build, you'll simply need to run grunt.