Are you ready for yet another amazing giveaway? SliderWall is giving away 5 commercial licensees to our lucky readers! If you have been dreaming of placing a jQuery slider on your website but can’t find the perfect solution for it, then you’ve definitely come to the right place!
How do you win this awesome jQuery slider? Read on!
What is SliderWall?
As mentioned, it is very easy to customize if you know a little about CSS. It has a lot of cool transition effects and many uses.
You can use SliderWall for:
Tours & Presentations
If you have a product to sell or a service to pitch in, you can definitely use SliderWall to tell your website’s visitors everything they need to know about your business, with style!
Are you a photographer, illustrator, painter, or someone along those lines? Then why not show your work to the whole world using this amazing image slider!
Of course this should be a functionality every image slider should have. SliderWall nailed it! Video slider on your website? Now isn’t that ultra cool?
Now be honest, you want to get your hands on it, right?!
Don’t forget to check out the SliderWall demo so that you can really feel and experience its awesomeness!
- 15 cool transitions
- Touchscreen support
- SEO friendly
- RSS feed support
- Video support
- HTML content support
- and a lot more!
SliderWall is giving away 5 Commercial Licenses worth $99 each which our loyal readers can use on a single domain. With a commercial license, the winners can use it on any type of commercial project. All features included!
Can’t wait? You can give it a try right now by downloading the free version of SliderWall.
How to Win
It’s simple, all you have to do is:
- Tweet, +1, and Share this so that more people will know about it (spread it across every social network you have!)
- Comment here containing the links to your Tweet or +1 (people might start following you, who knows?).
- Tell people you know about this amazing tool!
Then the waiting begins. Winners will be announced next week, so check back!
Winners will be selected using Random.org.
Rean concurrently served as the Head of Operations and Editor-in-Chief of 1stwebdesigner from 2011 up until Aug 2014. He regularly writes about freelancing, technology, web design, and web development with a little touch of internet marketing here and there.