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CSS

Anthony Hind
Anthony Hind
5,715 Points

Sliding products using CSS

OK please take a look at http://leica-iconstruct.com you will see that we have three rows of products below the main image slider we create them using a feature built into an E commerce framework called lemonstand,

Has anybody got any tips on how I could display a sliding feature using the display hidden technique or if there is an easier way what i was thinking is that if we created our new products and included 8 products but only showed four of them until the user was to slide them along to view more?

I may be a little over my head here but who knows :) please ignore the site content it is just in the demonstration mode for the time being!!!

Hi Anthony,

The link is broken.

3 Answers

Anthony Hind
Anthony Hind
5,715 Points

Sorry just uploading the site again made some amendments my bad will be back on again soon :)

Pedro Baumann
Pedro Baumann
12,815 Points

I would do it with jQuery to do It the way you want to. You can hide the extra content with overflow: hidden and then code a sliding button with jQuery.