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2.6 Themes

Welcome to the final lesson in this course. Sequence is highly customizable, to the point that you can create themes for it–and there’s even a store where you can purchase or download them. Let’s have a look.

2.6 Themes

Hello, and welcome to the final lesson of this course. Previously, you learned about some of the options we can use with Sequence. Now because Sequence is so customizable, people have been creating themes for it. And I'm not just talking about using different options, I'm talking about creating entirely different looks for it. There is even a store for these themes. So let's have a look at a couple of these themes, you can access them by going to sequencejs.com/themes. And you can see there is a collection of free and premium themes. So, looking at a free theme here, I'm just gonna open a demo, Yeah, you can see the kind of effects that it can create with animated content. What we're seeing here I believe is that the Canvas is not being animated but instead, only the content of these steps. And it can even use this option, I believe this is called pagination, to switch between slides. Very interesting. Let's see another one. Here is one that's a little bit different, a Photo Stack. That's very interesting. And let's also see a premium theme. This was a premium theme Photo Stack. Let's see what else. This one. Yep, so again, using the transitions to zoom in and out of these images. Very nice. So, you can see just how customizable Sequence is. You can really create themes that work well on your website, or are adapted to your brand, or application style. It really depends where you want to use them. And that's it for this lesson, and in fact, to this course. I hope you got the basic understanding of how to work with Sequence. Now, this is a complex plugin that's really deserves further exploration and study. That's something I strongly encourage you to do and if you're looking for reasons you should. Well, there is image pre-loading, support for touch and gestures, themes as you saw here. An API you can tap into for better integration. Over 40 options to play around with. Well, I think you get the point. I would like to thank you very much for watching this course. I'm Adi Purdilla, and until next time, take care.

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