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Eldian says

I see a lot of jquery slider on TF. Just curious if any of the templates on TF uses non-commercial-use jquery slider and if so would the author just link to the jquery slider in his/her help file?

Also, anyone know any free for commercial use jquery slider?

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JeffreyWay says

If the slider is non-commercial, it probably can’t be redistributed on a site like ThemeForest. There are so many fantastic sliders available around the web; I’d use one of those.

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digitalimpact says

I really like Anything Slider.

Also, you can use it in templates, Chris said it’s ok in the comments.

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blabus says

I just custom build my sliders for all of my templates. Offers me more flexibility. :)

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ATLChris says

I am a fan of the Easy Slider. It gives me the basic slider and is well designed so I can add my own functionality if I need to.

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