First of all, there are many kinds of content sliders that you can implement with jQuery. Perhaps the easiest one is the call-to-action-driven content slider, that is, a content slider whose links determine the portion of content to be showed. This is and ideal type of implementation for beginners, because a tracking system for all the content slides is really easy to implement. More advanced content sliders are either those that handle galleries (for example, image galleries) or those that show some HTML elements in a sequential order, thus allowing the user to pick up the part that really interests him / her. Since I'm currently developing an advanced content slider for a client, this video tutorial that I'm going to present you here can actually be see as a nice introduction to a topic that I'm going to develop in further posts.