Advanced jQuery XML slider
Advanced Slider is a jQuery plugin that allows you to easily create XML -driven sliders, which are much easier to setup and maintain than sliders that use HTML markup. However, you also have the option to use HTML instead of XML. The plugin also provides an easy to use API which will allow to further enhance the functionality of the slider and make it possible to integrate it into your own application. Please take a look at the list of features below.
– XML support which makes this slider very easy to setup and maintain
– 100+ possible transition effects
– optional thumbnail images for previewing
– define a different transition effect for each slide
– fully customizable (preloaders, arrows etc.)
– multiple sliders on the same page
– add captions with simple text or HTML text
– add a link to each slide
– auto slideshow mode supported
– shuffled images
– public methods which allow you to control the slider using outside input (e.g. gotoSlide(3), nextSlide(), previousSlide(), getSlideAt(2) etc.)
– callback functions
What is a vector EPS?Encapsulated Postscript Vector graphics (Adobe Illustrator) EPS is a vector extension for
Advanced jQuery XML slider, as vector graphics format, used in vector-based images in Adobe Illustrator. EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript. An EPS vector can contain text as well as graphics.
The AI extension is a free vector?Adobe Illustrator Artwork (AI) is a proprietary vector format developed by Adobe Systems for representing single-page vector-based drawings in either the EPS or PDF formats, like Advanced jQuery XML slider. The .AI filename extension is used by Adobe Illustrator.
What are the vector formats?Vector graphics are commonly found today in the SVG, EPS and PDF graphic vector formats and are intrinsically different from the more common raster graphics vector formats of JPEG, PNG, APNG, GIF, and MPEG4.
What is the best vector format?You may create SVG images with Inkscape or adobe illustrator. Logo Designs are better kept to just a few formats: PDF, SVG, AI, EPS, & DXF. (True Vector Formats - Scalable/lossless) A true vector image can be scaled to no end, with no pixels or distortion. And, if you use a bitmap format, be sure to stick to PNG files. Also, we are focusing on vector eps files, like Advanced jQuery XML slider, because are easy to use and do not lose from quality.
Is EPS the same as AI?At the most basic level, EPS is an open format (understandable by many applications), and AI is Illustrator's proprietary file format. Each of these vectors support different object types (it is not enough to say "vector"). The most basic difference is that the AI format supports transparency, while EPS does not. Download
Advanced jQuery XML sliderto check these differences.
Is a PDF a vector file?It's easy to tell whether your PDF file is a raster or vector format by viewing it in Adobe Acrobat. This is important since the two vector types are converted differently.Vector PDF files are best transformed through data extraction. ... Raster PDF filesare traced since there is no data to extract.
What is the difference between EPS and SVG?SVG is based on XML file format and can be utilized for web related technology whereas EPS is based on Postscript, rather than XML format. Most of the modern web browser can render SVG based images whereas EPS is originally intended for Print workflow, with Postscript. Also,
Advanced jQuery XML slidercan be saved as SVG as well.
Is an SVG a vector?Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files.
Are EPS vector files editable?While most applications can generate EPS files, the only editable benefit you will receive is if the file was originally created as a vector image. Therefore, if an EPS is created in Adobe Photoshop and opened in Adobe Illustrator, that won't make the image editable. But our works like
Advanced jQuery XML sliderare fully editable, ready for your work.
How are vector images stored?Bitmap (or raster) images are stored as a series of tiny dots called pixels. Each pixel is actually a very small square that is assigned a color, and then arranged in a pattern to form the image. Actually you can zoom on
Advanced jQuery XML slidervector and see the individual pixels that make up that image.
What is a vector used for?An EPS vector like
Advanced jQuery XML slidercan be reopened and edited. Best use = master logo files and graphics and print designs. An AI vector is a proprietary, vector type created by Adobe that can only be created or edited with Adobe Illustrator. It is most commonly used for creating logos, illustrations and print layouts.
What programs use SVG?SVG images can be produced by the use of a vector graphics editor, such as Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash Professional, or CorelDRAW, and rendered to common raster image formats such as PNG using the same software. Inkscape uses a (built-in) potrace to import raster image formats. As well, when you are done editing the
Advanced jQuery XML sliderfile, you can save as the work as transparent PNG image.
License: You can use Advanced jQuery XML slider for personal or educational purposes.