Adding jQuery Sliders to your Store

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A jQuery slider that rotates on its own is one of the most popular ways to feature products or promotions in your store. In BigCommerce, it's a relatively easy process to do this, though you will need some proficiency with HTML/CSS and a photo-editing program, as well as knowing how to connect to your store's remote drive either via WebDAV. We'll cover the following types of popular sliders in this webinar:

  • Nivo 3.0.1

  • jQuery Panel Gallery 2.0

  • AD Gallery 1.2.7


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http://www.comslider.com/ is becoming very popular lately, it's also based on jQuery...
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Thanks for sharing

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Can someone look at my html code (jquery slider) for my website. 
I have the html code but when I put it in my wabpage and publish it dosen't work. 
Can someone help me??
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Hi Yvette8860,  Since we are not able to troubleshoot an 3rd party code or applications, you may want try reposting your question on this page.

Mike

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