Responsive Content Slider helps to build stellar rotating visual experiences. From simple, clean photo slideshows — to more advanced, detailed presentations.Next »
Not just for pictures! Tell a story by combining text, buttons, overlays and more.
No template restrictions. Full design freedom on an open canvas.
Embed attention-grabbing slides anywhere. Or let them shine on their own.
The only slide designer featuring a viewport slider and custom breakpoints.
Over 44 customizable animations.
For individual slides & elements...
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For Windows and OSX
Buttons, text elements, font-icons, videos and other elements, can be used to create cool animated story lines. With Responsive Content Slider you're not restricted to just images. Also, all content is indexable and searchable — the search engines will love you for it!
Create responsive, searchable, and accessible slideshows. Use custom animations and transitions to increase engagement and support interactions. Content sliders are the new hipsters and for good reason. They're soo gonna click that button…
See the proof in the intro video and learn more about the differences between content and photo sliders right here »
Slideshows look cool and are great at grabbing the viewers attention. Create product presentations, promotion notices, news highlights, event summaries, portfolio overviews, or direct visitors to key-locations.
Use custom loops and speeds to play your story.
Craft authentic messages for each individual slide. Use pictures, text, fonts, buttons, icons and more to convert viewers into clickers.
Perfect for simple picture-based slide shows. Or layer it up and use the various content elements and powerful design tools to create interactive experiences that are out of this world.
Select from slick prebuilt animations or define your own.
To create custom animations simply select a slide or element and choose from 44+ possible move in and out effects. Play with timing and delays on appearing and disappearing slides, text, buttons, images, overlays and more.
Thirsty for animated action? Get a taste »
On a fast connection a significant image payload isn’t a big deal. But on mobile devices or slower networks, images are often the main bottleneck when it comes to website performance. Being slowed down and paying costly bandwidth fees, only to be presented with big images intended for giant monitors is just wrong.
This is solved by the brand new HTML picture element, included in Responsive Content Slider. It’s as simple as changing an image at a breakpoint for a smaller version. For each associated display width, only the specified image will be downloaded, creating a fast and frustration free experience for big and small screens alike.
Create slideshows that impress on any screen — mobile to ginormous. Adjust heights, sizes, positions and anything else that is needed to create an optimal user experience at every pixel along the way.
The viewport slider is instrumental in creating presentations that look great on any screen. Need to make adjustments at any point? Simply add a breakpoint and change any style, from width to contrast.
Included are gorgeous themes that you can turn inside out until it's your unique production. No template restrictions. No design limitations. Just 100% creativity.
Customize styles for every element.
Add interactive mouse over effects.
Choose from a plethora of elements — drop' em in.
Use the DOM-tree as an extra element navigator.
Preview, export and publish with a single click.
Embed into any website. Yep, RSD, Wordpress, Joomla and everywhere else.
I applaud CC for adding the responsive slider to the responsive suite of programs.Steve Ravner on the Forums
Just had a quick play with the new product - gee it is great!Peter Hyde on the Forums
I’m looking forward to making more use out of it than just a image slider... so much can be done!Steve Kolish on the Forums
Just got the responsive slider. Incredible! Awesome!John W Henriksen
Lovely ApplicationMansour on the Forums
Many, many thanks for the great slider producer.Karen Weilert on the Forums
I’m really liking RCS, especially since it has the same feel/interface as RSD, which makes transitioning between the two much, much smoother.Jacob Moore
CC knocks my socks off again by allowing their content slider to be used independently with other software code.Izzi on the Forums