Free HiSlider for jQuery Slider Plugin

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For a while now the school website I maintain has been using a HTML5 friendly slideshow feature on the front page. It was OK to use - but required a lot of code work to make it work, and was hard to change.

However - after playing around with the FREE HiSlider, (www.Hislider.com) I've replaced the old slideshow with a new version. It was amazing simple to use - all I needed to do was create a folder within the Typepad account we have, add the images, add the code and icons, and then copy&paste some HTML into a featured post.

A little tweaking of the code (adding the whole URL to the images mainly) and it works fine.

However, the killer feature is that each individual image in the slideshow can be linked to a unique URL - creating a way to link to specific blog posts / sections within a website. I can see this being used for "magazine style" headers on Typepad sites :o)
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Thanks for sharing that with the community jbreg! We're thrilled you've found a better solution!
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Delliveniri Kathie

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Want to insert a 3rd party(Hi Slider) jQuery image slider to my own website???.


I am trying to insert a 3rd party (Hi Slider) image slider into my home page but no luck. I have no idea about the embeded code for the web, could someone help me work out the issue??? Please help, so urgent!
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Hi jberg,

Any chance you can help Delliveniri with this?
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John

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I'd also like to use HiSlider (or BXSlider) on my site. Can anyone provide detailed instructions please?