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ProSlider Stack Suite ALPHA

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Please note: This Stack is currently in Alpha stage. You'll be purchasing a Stack which is working absolutely fine but is still missing some core features that will be added to the Stack in the coming weeks/months. By purchasing the Stack in its Alpha stage now you'll get the licensed product at a reduced price and also get all future updates for free. You'll also be allowed to mention feature requests. Once the Stack goes out of Alpha and Beta stage the price will raise to it's normal range. Please do not purchase the Stack at this time if you're not willing to deal with an unfinished piece of software. Thanks for your understanding!

The ProSlider Stack is a super lightweight and easy to use Slider Stack for RapidWeaver. It's made with CSS custom stylings only, and doesn't make use of any external scripts, making it blazing fast. You can add up to 5 images to the Slider and also add notes/descriptions that pop up when the slides are visible on your site. The Stack is also fully responsive of course.
By purchasing the Stack you'll get 2 different Stacks to install - one named "Light", the other one named "Dark". You may use the Light Stack on a dark site design and the Dark Stack on a light site design.

Features that are currently being worked on:

  • Customization options (allowing you to change the colors and sizes of the arrows and info boxes or removing them completely)
  • The ability to add pictures to the Stack from your local hard drive disk instead of using image links from the web
  • The ability to add more than 5 images to a slider
  • Auto animations (flipping to the next image automatically after a given time frame without the need to click the arrows manually)
  • ...and more based on your feature requests. Thanks guys!

ProSlider works fantastic with every kind of stack you use on your sites, even third party stacks from other developers are fully supported. And the best thing: there's nothing to set up, nothing to play around in settings. Simply drag and drop the stack out of your Stacks library to your existing Stacks site and you're all set.