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Background Slider and draggable

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I tried create background slider where slides are stretched on window height and width. Snaps work good because i tried something similar but only in smaller dimensions. I think the problem is in the distance. Which must drag the element so that the slider changes its position to the next snap.


I searched solution how can i decrease this distance. But i didn't find something.


Thank you for answer. 




See the Pen RyNBjP?editors=0010 by SimkoDucko (@SimkoDucko) on CodePen

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You can calculate snap using a function as in following demo, a lot more flexible when your slides are of same width.


Idea is to use a container with width 100%, which becomes your "viewport" for slider. Then calculate width of your slides container by multiplying length and then use snap function to keep track of active slide so you can recalculate slides container on resize.


See the Pen XqJxWK?editors=0010 by Sahil89 (@Sahil89) on CodePen


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