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Slider on tablet size

  • # April 15, 2013 at 10:01 am

    Looking for some advice from the CSS Tricks community.

    Is it a wise idea to disable a JS Slider on the tablet view? The slider being used is not responsive.

    Take a look at this website to see what I mean:

    [Example]( “Example”)

    You’ll notice that the first MQ disables the slider. I noticed that, when viewing the website on a tablet, the slider changing pictures caused the tablet to lag while scrolling through the page, which was a bit annoying. That was the my primary reason for disabling the slider.

    Part of the issue is that the website doesn’t use a fluid design and, thus, I can’t just stick a responsive slider in there as it would look out of place, or at least I think it would.

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