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@MinakshiMirzaJun 06.2024 — hi Meena

Here are the steps to create a responsive multiple-column card slider:

Step 1: Set Up HTML Structure
1. Create a container div for the slider.
2. Inside the container, create a slider div that holds individual slide divs.
3. Each slide div contains a card element.

Step 2: Style the Slider with CSS
1. Set the box sizing, margin, and padding for all elements.
2. Style the body to center the slider on the page.
3. Style the slider-container to hide overflow and position the navigation buttons.
4. Style the slider as a flex container to align slides horizontally.
5. Set minimum widths for slides for different screen sizes using media queries.
6. Style the individual cards with background, padding, and box-shadow.
7. Style the navigation buttons and position them.

Step 3: Add JavaScript for Functionality
1. Select the slider, slides, and navigation buttons using document.querySelector.
2. Set an initial index for the current slide.
3. Create a function to update the slider's position based on the current index.
4. Add event listeners to the navigation buttons to change the current index and update the slider position.
5. Add an event listener to handle window resize events and update the slider position accordingly.
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@zaintechJun 13.2024(updated) — Step 1: Set Up Your HTML Structure Begin by setting up your basic HTML structure. Create a container element that will hold all your card items. Each card item should be a child element within this container. Step 2: Style Your Cards with CSS Use CSS to style your cards and make the slider responsive. Define the appearance of your cards, including their size, padding, margin, background color, and box shadow. Also, set the container to use display: flex so that the cards will be displayed in a row. Use media queries to adjust the size and layout of the cards on different screen sizes. Step 3: Add Basic Slider Functionality with JavaScript Add JavaScript to make your slider functional. This includes enabling click-and-drag functionality for the desktop, and touch gestures for mobile devices. You'll need to track the starting position of the click or touch, and update the position of the slider container as the user drags. Step 4: Enhance with a JavaScript Library (Optional) For more advanced features like infinite looping, touch gestures, and pagination, consider using a JavaScript library such as Swiper.js. This library provides a range of customization options and handles many of the complexities of building a responsive slider. 4.1 Include the Library Include the Swiper.js library in your project. You can do this by linking to the Swiper.js CSS and JavaScript files in your HTML. 4.2 Initialize the Slider Initialize the Swiper.js slider in your JavaScript. Define how many slides should be visible at different screen widths (using the slidesPerView setting), and specify other options like space between slides and pagination controls. Summary Set Up HTML Structure: Create a container element for your cards. Style with CSS: Style your cards and make the layout responsive using flexbox and media queries. Add JavaScript: Implement basic slider functionality with click-and-drag and touch gestures. Use a Library (Optional): Enhance functionality and responsiveness with a library like Swiper.js, configuring it for different screen sizes and additional features. By following these steps, you can create a responsive multiple column card slider that works well on both desktop and mobile devices.
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