This box and the navigation buttons above are part of a glider panel. As you can see, glider panels are a very efficient use of screen real estate.
Website pages with more content tend to get better search engine ranking, glider panels help increase search engine ranking by packing more information onto a page without making site visitors scroll up and down the page endlessly.
We now have software that allows "before" and "after" photos to be compared easily. Just grab the slider in the center with your mouse pointer and drag it to the left or right to see how it works. Perfect for many businesses.
Display a series of images in a very space saving format by using image rotators and slide shows as shown below. They are fully responsive and can be customized in a variety of ways to meet your exact requirements. We also have other image galleries ready to go on your new responsive web site. See a sample of one of our image galleries>
The contact form on our contact page is an example of a responsive form. It is fully functional on devices ranging from smart phones to full size computer screens.
A jump menu allows for a large number of links in a small screen area. This list of a few of my responsive websites is a good example of a jump menu.
A drop down menu is a fancier version of a jump menu. Drop down menus are primarily used as for the main navigation of complex websites with many pages.
The drop down menu on this web site is a good example of a drop-down menu.
A "Tool Tip" is another slick piece of space saving software. Just click on the words "Tool Tip" to see how it works.
The "Scroll to Element" widget allows site visitors to quickly scroll to the parts of the page they need to view. This widget is especially handy for site visitors using small devices like smart phones.
This cool piece of software allows you to hide portions of large blocks of text and give your site visitors the option of reading further.