Vertical Slider with HTML and CSS

Here’s a vertical scrolling “slider” using just some basic CSS and HTML. No need for JS or external packages. (See my home page for an example.)

Creating a vertical scrolling “slider” using only CSS and HTML can be a simple and efficient way to enhance the user experience on your website. By eliminating the need for JavaScript or external packages, you can minimize the loading time of your page while still achieving the desired effect. This method is especially useful when you want to display a series of images or content in a compact and visually appealing manner.

You can also take it a step further and leverage CSS animations and transforms. By utilizing keyframes, you can define the desired animation behavior, such as the duration, timing, and easing. Additionally, you can apply the transform property to translate the position of the slider vertically, creating the illusion of scrolling. By combining these CSS properties and techniques, you can achieve a smooth and seamless scrolling effect without relying on JavaScript or external dependencies! Happy Coding!

So let’s take a look at the code: