Create a “carousel” – a ribbon of images that can be scrolled by clicking on arrows.
Later we can add more features to it: infinite scrolling, dynamic loading etc.
P.S. For this task HTML/CSS structure is actually 90% of the solution.
The images ribbon can be represented as
ul/li list of images
Normally, such a ribbon is wide, but we put a fixed-size
<div> around to “cut” it, so that only a part of the ribbon is visible:
To make the list show horizontally we need to apply correct CSS properties for
<img> we should also adjust
display, because by default it’s
inline. There’s extra space reserved under
inline elements for “letter tails”, so we can use
display:block to remove it.
To do the scrolling, we can shift
<ul>. There are many ways to do it, for instance by changing
margin-left or (better performance) use
<div> has a fixed width, so “extra” images are cut.
The whole carousel is a self-contained “graphical component” on the page, so we’d better wrap it into a single
<div class="carousel"> and style things inside it.