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By mssdvm December 02, 2011

Rating = 316 votes


Framework: JQuery

FLEXSLIDER WIDGET 2.2 Updated Flexslider to current version and jQuery to v1.9.1 Simple, semantic markup, Supported in all major browsers, Horizontal/vertical slide and fade animations, Multiple slider support, Callback API, and more. Hardware accelerated touch swipe support, CSS3 transitions Custom navigation options, Use any html elements in the slides, use under the GPLv2 license. Recent low reviews (since March) show that for some people this is not loading in Windows versions of Dreamweaver. Please email me any details you have it it is not working for you.

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Additional extension information

Author: mssdvm
Author website: Not available
Date published: December 02, 2011
Approval: None
Browsers: Internet Explorer 8.0 | Safari 4.0
Required product(s): Dreamweaver CS5
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver CS5
Server environment: Not available


1-5 of 18 reviews | Show all reviews

mssdvm 16-Oct-13 Rating = 5

Cheryl's issue was related to her website code, not to the extension. She was using an outdated version of jQuery and had some major bugs in her code. Offered her support about her code but she did not want to change it. The one star is for her site issues, not the extension.

Cheryl Brinkley 02-Sep-13 Rating = 1

Not compatible with IE10. Shows all images in slider on screen.

Oarswoman 13-Mar-13 Rating = 5

Works great! Thank you for developing. Really appreciate the time you saved me.

ninostar12 19-Dec-12 Rating = 1

Not working... you need a lot of time to get it working.

mssdvm 14-Dec-12 Rating = 5

If people are going to leave 1 star reviews, at least READ the configuration settings to understand what the slider is designed to do. The slider stops at the first frame Wayne, because it is the setting to do so. It is set to pause on hover so moving the mouse arbitrarily should start the slider again.

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