There are many kinds of navigation, which can be used to switch your slider. One of them is the bullet control. These are the little dots under the slider, which can be empty or they can contain the title or the index of your slides.
The best slider navigation for several slides
These bullets are great, when you have many slides, and you don’t want your user to click through all of them with arrows. You can even turn on thumbnails for them, so when the mouse cursor is over them, they will show a preview of your slides. With this, the navigation can be super fast, and the desired contents can be easily found.
Unique bullet navigation, yet familiar
The style can be very diverse. We made some predefined options in the style manager, which can help you pick a nice design, or you can create one of your own. You can choose a different style for the active and for the normal bullets. Usually people use this kind of navigation in the bottom of the slider, but it can also look great in a vertical display, on the side of the slider, especially on full page sliders.
To know the number of the slides can be helpful, for example when someone is watching a slider made from photographs. It can help the user know how many of them left. It is a dynamic and familiar navigation for the people, which gives a great control to them over the slider.