Carousel Sliders

/Carousel Sliders
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Avada comes with several carousel sliders to display your images. Recent Work works directly with your portfolio posts, Client Carousel is used to display client logos or images, and the Image Carousel is perfect for random images that need to be displayed on your site.

Recent Work Carousel

Use Carousels With Columns

The recent work carousel can be used inside of column shortcodes to control the size. By default it will display all categories of portfolio posts. Users can specify that only a specific category is displayed instead of all categories, which gives you full control over what posts are seen by viewers.

Client Carousel

Use Carousels With Columns

The client logo carousel can be used in column shortcodes. And its perfect to display client logos that link directly to projects on your site, or to an external page. There is also a “linktarget” attribute that allows you to select how the link will open.

Image Carousel

Use Carousels With Columns

The client logo carousel can be used in column shortcodes. And its perfect to display client logos that link directly to projects on your site, or to an external page. There is also a “linktarget” attribute that allows you to select how the link will open.

Features and Customizations

  • Unlimited use and items per carousel and per page
  • Specify a specific category to display in recent work carousel
  • Use with column shortcodes to control the width
  • Set the link target attribute to control how the link opens

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Ben Hannam is an award-winning designer, educator, author, and small business owner. He thinks of himself as a design tactician and problem-solver, and believes that creative solutions to everyday problems reinforce the value of graphic design and helps make the world a better place.