Adaptive display modes support responsive designs without the need for media queries.
WunderSlider's flexible sizing system offers transition effects in all modes:
WunderSlider comes with its own WordPress plugin that allows to embed it on WordPress sites through its own shortcodes.
Visit the WunderSlider WordPress demo site.
Images are adjusted to the slider size and display mode, maintaining the original image's aspect ratio.
41 transition effects that can be applied randomly or specified per slide.
8 skins (themes) that support both embedded and fullscreen modes.
12 overlay meshes in black or white with adjustable opacity for smoother image appearance on all display sizes.
Individual image captions with titles, HTML descriptions and links.
Caption position and size can be set independently for each image.
Link images and captions optionally: Allows to link image captions only or also the image.
Show or hide UI controls independently: Next & previous navigation, image selectors, image captions.
Flicking / swiping on all devices.
All controls, including flicking / swiping, are supported in all display modes also on touch-enabled devices.
The slideshow can be paused optionally when the cursor is placed over an image.
Randomize image order: the order of the images displayed can be fixed or randomized.
Configurable number of effect blocks with auto-adjust feature to maintain a square block geometry if desired.
A random number of blocks can be used as well.
Configurable transition and effect times.
Helps to save bandwidth by lazy loading images.
WunderSlider works with: FireFox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Opera and other browsers on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and many other devices running Windows, Linux, Mac OS, iOS, and Android.