Tom Harrigan: Sliders: The Good, The Bad And The Technical

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  1. Tom Harrigan (@TomHarrigan)

    If you’d like, I just wrote up my story of speaking at WordCamp Buffalo: The Wild Winding Road to WordCamp

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December 18, 2013

Sliders are one of the most popular functional elements included with themes, or added via plugin. Despite their widespread use, the value added to a site by having a slider has been increasingly questioned lately, with some results showing that a slider actually hurts the site in terms of click-through rate, in addition to possible negative effects to the overall site performance. In this talk see where sliders can be most effective, how they can be effective and what makes, or doesn’t make, a slider a valuable addition to a site.

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WordCamp Buffalo 2013 17

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