Let’s start with simple HTML:
I have used div tags but you can always swap it with list tags. You can style the list, animate the list or few other things with the list items.
Let’s set the box area to border-box and set the main container position to relative and give it a fixed height.
We need to stack the slides on top of each other and we can do that by setting the position of slides absolute. We are NOT setting the opacity property and the transition property in this example as we did in the JS example. Also, add other styles as per your requirements.
We are keeping the image style same 100% and object-fit.
Everything was almost same as the JS example till this point.
Now, the main difference starts…
Let’s hide all children of div#slides and just show the first slide using nth-child.
…and finally, create the function to hide and show the slides one by one. To call the function periodically, we can use setInterval just like we used in JS example.
This is how it will look like afterwards: