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How to include multiple responsive image sliders in the same page

How can I include multiple Ninja Image Sliders in the same page?
Edvwardville  3 years ago   viewed: 7818    

4 Answers

You should have different ninja slider IDs for each slider. Say you have given them the id ninja-slider and ninja-slider2. Then open the ninja-slider.js with Notepad, and edit it as below:

var nsOptions = {sliderId: "ninja-slider", ...};
var nsOptions2 = {sliderId: "ninja-slider2",...};
var nslider = new NinjaSlider(nsOptions);
var nslider2 = new NinjaSlider(nsOptions2);

// (the following should be remain untouched)
/* Ninja Slider ....

In this approach you have two Ninja Sliders in the same page.

Notice you also need to style them differently with the css selector #ninja-slider and #ninja-slider2.
Milo   3 years ago


What does it mean "Notice you also need to style them differently with the css selector #ninja-slider and #ninja-slider2." ? How do I do that ?

  11 months ago

I can't seem to follow the above instructions and make this work. Can I have an example of what the .js file should look like as I've tried a combination of the above and none of them work. Also, what would I need to change in the html page as well? When I click on my images regardless of whether it's the first group of images or the second group, they all cycle through as if the images existed in one group?

Jo   8 months ago

We don't have examples to show how to include two ninja sliders in the same page. But we have one (the demo 1 in the download package of to show how to include two thumbnail sliders in one page. 

If you can hardly understand it, you need to hire a web developer to do it. A basic HTML, JavaScript and CSS knowledge is surely required.

Milo   8 months ago


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