Today we'd like to show how to quickly make custom styles for a slick slider. As you probably know, by using this plugin, we can easily add/remove arrows, dots, number of items in a slide based on device, number of items to scroll in a slide based on device, etc. As said, we wanted to go one step further and show you how to quickly make a total makeover of the slick slider default layout. The idea for this carousel comes from Mauricio Vio dribbble shot ( link can you find in the Resources and Credits section ).
Attention: Note that we use modern CSS properties like a "viewport width or height" and "calc" property in this demo.
Please read about Slick Carousel License, download our carousel and enjoy this example.
We hope you enjoy this example and find it inspirational!