Infinite AutoPlay carousel using HTML and CSS

Landing pages always have to be eye-catching to attract more users to use your applications. There are many such components which will make our landing page stand out from the rest. One such component of a web page is a carousel. It enhances the beauty of the page and also it can show more content in a clean and an uncluttered way. In this article we will be providing you 5 examples of infinite AutoPlay carousels that will level up your CSS skills and will also save your time if you’re looking for an infinite carousel to add on your website.

#1 Infinite Carousel

Here as you can see, we have created a header that has a carousel where in the tech giant companies’ name has been displayed. No JavaScript has been used here. This is created only by using HTML and CSS.


See the Pen [CSS] Infinite autoplay carousel by Jack Oliver (@studiojvla) on CodePen.

#2 Infinite Carousel

Carousels are always stunning when used for displaying images. We can create a gallery of images using a carousel which is definitely a better solution to show a large number of images in a single page. The next demo can be used for the same.


See the Pen A CSS-only Carousel Slider by Christian Schaefer (@Schepp) on CodePen.

#3 Infinite Carousel

Next is an autoplay slider like the previous examples only . In other words, this slider plays or runs automatically without JavaScript. This slider has some text on it, you can place images as well. This program is very easy to understand and change. Even a beginner can modify this pure CSS slider program. Let’s take a look:


See the Pen Full width Carousel with Pure CSS by Arpit Mittal (@codingiseasy) on CodePen.

#4 Infinite Carousel

Next we have a carousel with vertical animation which can be used to put up some information in list form. This is another amazing way to present your information in an attractive way. No JavaScript/JS has been used here either. With only HTML and SCSS we can create this beautiful application.


See the Pen CSS vertical carousel animation by Arpit Mittal (@codingiseasy) on CodePen.

#5 Infinite Carousel

You might have seen websites in which texts are displayed with some animations and it looks so great. The texts keep changing and you see different information being displayed in the form of carousels. Wondering how to make that possible? We have brought a demo for the same. Click on the link below and make the CSS even better with your knowledge.


See the Pen Pure CSS Text Carousel by Arpit Mittal (@codingiseasy) on CodePen.

Hope you have enjoyed learning how to create carousels. Hit up the comment section in case you have any doubts in the source code provided.

#6 Infinite Carousel

Here we will create an Image slider with the help of HTML and CSS. No JS will be used. Try out the code given in the link and improvise it in your way.


See the Pen Untitled by Arpit Mittal (@codingiseasy) on CodePen.

#7 Infinite Carousel

This is another example of a carousel where images are displayed one after the other automatically without the user’s intervention. It’s made using HTML and CSS only.


See the Pen pure css carousel by TianyiLi (@tianyili) on CodePen.

#8 Infinite Carousel

Every CSS only image slider has its own way of build and functionality. This slider doesn’t support thumbnail functionality. The slider includes the effects left to right, a right to left, top to bottom and bottom to top. It also allows adding overlay text with animation.


See the Pen Pure CSS Carousel ( Cube ) by Ahmed Magdy (@mad233) on CodePen.

#9 Infinite Carousel

With only HTML and CSS this is another example of Carousel where we can put multiple images and display them using animations.


See the Pen Pure CSS Carousel by designcourse (@designcourse) on CodePen.

#10 Infinite Carousel

See the Pen Pure CSS carousel [dissolving images] by Denys Mishunov (@mishunov) on CodePen.

#11 Infinite Carousel

See the Pen css carousel marquee by Jamie Kudla (@JKudla) on CodePen.

#12 Infinite Carousel

See the Pen Pure CSS Slider with Text over Image Slides in HTML by Arpit Mittal (@codingiseasy) on CodePen.

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