slider testimonial

Hello readers, welcome to today's tutorial. Today we will share with you the source code of another testimonial slider example. It is designed with Bootstrap 5, the latest version of the Bootstrap framework. If you want to use testimonials in your projects, this is a good example. Before collecting the source code I will suggest you watch the following video tutorial. This will make it easier to understand your code. There are many video tutorials on frontend development on our YouTube channel, if you think these videos will be useful for you, then subscribe and join our channel.

Hope you have watched the whole video and understand how the testimonial snippet is built with the bootstrap framework.

What is a testimonial slider?

The text submitted by your customers can be seen in a testimonials slider. The testimonials section is a powerful tool for establishing trust and encouraging potential buyers to take action because it shows how others have benefited from your product. When your visitor read your testimonial slider they are judging from the customer's point of view. They see themselves using the product you are selling. Nowadays people don't want to stay on a website for more than 2 to 3 minutes. Long testimonials can be boring to read so it's best to keep testimonial content as short and simple as possible.

The content of each slide of our testimonials has been divided into two parts. The reviewer's image, name, and designation are on the left side of the content. The reviews and social media links are on the right side. The option to auto-play is also present in the Slider. Along with that, carousel control icons on both sides have been included. You can go to any slide that you want, in this way. Since the bootstrap grid is used, the snippets will be auto-responsive.

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Testimonial Slider using Bootstrap 5 [ Source Code ]:

The first thing you need to do is create an HTML and a CSS file. Your project should include the latest bootstrap CSS, HTML, and the latest jquery CDN. Then copy the code from the box below and paste it into your project. If you open the code in the browser, you can see if it's working. You can download the code from the download button below if it does or if it doesn't. 



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