One of the biggest problems facing Western civilization is figuring out clever ways to display a large amount of content in a small space. One effective solution involves placing content in sequential blocks using what is known in the industry (and the ’hood) as a content slider. You may have never heard of it, but I’m willing to bet that you definitely have seen and used it.
To help jog your memory and to give you an idea of what you will create, navigate your browser to http://bit.ly/content_slider or check out the following video:
With your content slider actually loaded in your browser (or playing back as a video), click on the circular links to see the slider in action. Depending on which link you click, the appropriate content will slide into view.
First, you have the content that you want to slide:
Your content can be anything—images, normal HTML content, a combination, ...