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onhover, slide up image captions in carousel

Posted on 2013-11-18
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Im using a responsive jquery carousel (bxslide) and would like to introduce some text (headline, paragraph text) that slides up from hidden on  hover.
I would like a small section of it showing initially then it to slide up according to the amount of text that is available.

Do you know of any plugins, or can help with initial scripts to start me off?

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Post a link to the page please.

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I have used capSlide JS to achieve this and seems to work as required.

http://tympanus.net/codrops/2009/11/23/jcapslide-a-jquery-image-caption-plugin/

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I sourced a JQuery plugin myself and used it to meet the requirements I had without any advice from ee
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