Ether Grid Slider jQuery Plugin

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Ether Grid Slider is an extremally functional jQuery plugin designed for transforming any type of content into practical grids and/or sliders. You can use it with any type of mixed content types such as images, videos, services, testimonials, featured stories or blog feeds to name a few. There are many thoroughly documented predefined examples you can base your configurations on.

It comes with multitude of options and can be used as a base for consistent powering of sliders and grids across the entire application. A good and successful example of such application is our Ether Content Builder plugin for WordPress that takes advantage of all the options Ether Grid Slider offers.

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Latest Update

August 6, 2013, version 1.4.0

  • Fixed: Responsiveness of slider navigation
  • Added: Customizable nav prev/next arrows and pagination position and styles (arrows spanning full width are now available also)
  • Added: Option to disable scroll on mousewheel
  • Addded: Light / Dark theme compatibility
  • Fixed: External links pointing to specific slides
  • Fixed: Revised documentation and more descriptive and novice user friendly examples

Key Highlights

  • 40 options
  • Mousewheel support
  • Touch/swipe support for mobile devices
  • Many custom configured elements on single page
  • Fluid & responsive layout
  • Smart autoplay
  • Image gallery options
  • External linking – control sliders from anywhere
  • Custom transitions, sliding axes, and more
  • Highly customizable slider navigation

NOTE: If you’ve purchased and are missing any features don’t hesitate to email us with a request. This plugin is actively developed and we will definitely consider adding new stuff to make it even more functional!

Options

  • align: Target element alignment
  • always_show_img_title: Keep image titles visible and expanded
  • autoplay_enable: Autoplay
  • autoplay_interval: Autoplay interval in seconds
  • autoplay_shift_dir: Autoplay direction
  • col_spacing_enable: Enable spacing to occur between grid cells. 0 is handy for seamless/spaceless grids of images.
  • col_spacing_size: Spacing that occurs between grid cells.
  • cols: Column count. Degrades on smaller screens. Degradation steps can be easily adjusted in css.
  • ctrl_always_visible: Slider controls visible at all times or on hover only
  • ctrl_arrows: Display navigation arrows.
  • ctrl_arrows_full_width: Spaces nav arrows as far apart from each other as possible
  • ctrl_arrows_pos_shift_x: Custom horizontal offset of slider arrows
  • ctrl_arrows_pos_shift_y: Custom vertical offset of slider arrows
  • ctrl_arrows_pos_x: Horizontal position of slider arrows
  • ctrl_arrows_pos_y: Vertical position of slider arrows
  • ctrl_arrows_spacing: Minimum spacing between arrows
  • ctrl_external: Define external elements that will be able to change slides. Number in slide_id will result in absolute link. ‘prev’ or ‘next’ will behave as navigation arrows
  • ctrl_padding: Minimum distance of nav controls from gridslider element borders
  • ctrl_pag: Display pagination
  • ctrl_pag_pos_shift_x: Custom horizontal offset of slider pag
  • ctrl_pag_pos_shift_y: Custom vertical offset of slider pag
  • ctrl_pag_pos_x: Horizontal position of slider pag
  • ctrl_pag_pos_y: Vertical position of slider pag
  • ctrl_pag_spacing: Minimum spacing between pagination items
  • ctrl_style: Style of navigation (for custom one provide path to filename)
  • easing: Transition effect for sliding animations
  • gallery_img_title: For image galleries. If an image tag has title or alt attribute defined (in this order), description will be displayed when an element is hovered
  • grid_height: Constrain forces sqare cells, numeric value forces fixed height. Especially handy for media galleries.
  • hide_grid_cell_overflow: Advanced: Useful when there’s a grid gallery of images with column spacing and images are higher than column content height (practically it means vertical margins seem to be half the size). This behaviour isn’t forced by default as in most cases galleries should not require it. This option set to false by default allows content (such as tooltips) within the column to overflow outside column borders and is generally less invasive
  • image_stretch_mode: Image stretch mode. Auto does not affect images. Other types are especially handy for image galleries.
  • img_title_pos_x: Horizontal position of image title (it’s always full width at the moment so it doesn’t have any pratcical effect)
  • img_title_pos_y: Vertical position of image title
  • loop: Behaviour of the slider on the last-to-first and first-to-last element transition
  • pause_autoplay_on_hover: Pauses autoplay when user mouse pointer hovers over the gridslider element
  • rows: Row count. Applies to sliders only.
  • scroll_axis: Scroll axis
  • scroll_on_mousewheel: Scroll slides with mousewheel when mouse is hovered over gridslider
  • scroll_speed: Scroll speed in miliseconds
  • scroll_transition: Scroll transition
  • slider: Transform element into a slider (0 will create a grid only)
  • theme: Defines element theme, default is light. ‘dark’
  • view_pos: Visible slide
  • width: Target element width

See detailed view of all options and their description.

Mission

Main focus of this plugin is to facilitate creation of grids and sliders out of any content and being as little invasive on the code output as possible. Grid and slider functionality do not affect actual content behaviour. Thanks to that you can easily add a lightbox to a grid of images the same way you would without this plugin or have any other side functionality still in place when plugging in a gridslider to a specific element.

Simple list of images can be transformed in a few different ways. For example you can constrain width to height ratio of grid cells so that they’re always square, auto or custom fixed height. Images within grid cells can be also further manipulated by changing their container fill mode. You can see a couple of practical implementation examples on the slider demo page or by browsing the examples available inside the package upon download.

Support

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Update Log

August 6, 2013, version 1.4.0

  • Fixed: Responsiveness of slider navigation
  • Added: Customizable nav prev/next arrows and pagination position and styles (arrows spanning full width are now available also)
  • Added: Option to disable scroll on mousewheel
  • Addded: Light / Dark theme compatibility
  • Fixed: External links pointing to specific slides
  • Fixed: Revised documentation and more descriptive and novice user friendly examples

March 5, 2013, version 1.3.1

  • Fixed: Core fixes
  • Added: scroll_on_mousewheel property
  • Fixed: jQuery 2.0 compatibility

September 30, 2012, version 1.3

  • Fixed: Core fixes
  • Fixed: IE7/8 compatibility
  • Fixed: General tweaks and some structural changes

June 18, 2012, version 1.2

  • Fixed: Autoplay with navigation disabled
  • Added: External controls now allow for linking to prev/next slides, too (only absolute linking was possible before)
  • General tweaks and some structural changes

May 6, 2012, version 1.1

  • Added: Dynamic adding of new elements into existing gridsliders
  • Added: External linking to specific slides
  • Added: Automatic titles for images
  • Added: Loop option
  • Added: Easing effects for slide transitions
  • Added: Mousewheel support
  • Added: Swipe support for mobile devices
  • More thorough and to the point documentation
  • 10+ premade examples including: classic slider, clients slider, custom text content slider, dynamic slider, external linking, image feed, services slider, testimonials slider and more

3 Mar 2012, version

  • Added IE7 Support
  • Added two new options รข?? target element width and alignment
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