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navigate. The following links display the slideshow information.
Use the slideshow controls for a tour of the slideshow features.
This is free, open-source software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information refer to the License page.
The slideshow is supported by user donations.
Use the Slideshow Wizard to create a slideshow - just copy the pictures onto your own website, and paste our HTML into your web page.
You can also use the Auction Wizard to create slideshows for your eBay auction pages.
Each slide can have the following attributes: an image, a link, a description, a window target, window attributes, a custom duration, and a custom image transition.
You can also add custom information to each slide.
Each image in the slideshow can be a different size - the slideshow can scale the image to a specific width and/or height, or the slideshow can automatically change to the new image size.
You can set an image transition, such as a fade-in transition, for the entire slideshow, or set a custom transition for each slide.
Users can trigger the link for a slide by clicking the image or by clicking a separate link or button. The link can open a new browser window, and you can specify custom window attributes for each slide, such as width, height, scrollbars, etc. If the window is hidden behind other windows, it is automatically popped to the front.
Each slide can have an annotation, which is displayed directly on the page. The annotation can contain text or HTML, and you can use style sheets to control the text appearance.
You can add a variety of controls for the slideshow, and the controls can be links or buttons.
Some of the available controls are: next slide, previous slide, goto a slide, start the slideshow, pause the slideshow, etc.
The slideshow can automatically advance the slides. You can set the duration for all of the slides, or set a custom duration for each slide.
You can shuffle the slides to provide a random order.
You can create more than one slideshow on a page. The slideshows can even update at different rates.
The slideshow can use a cookie to save its current position, so if you leave the page and come back it will continue where it left off.
The slideshow can preload all of the images, or (for a large number of pictures) you can specify the number of images to preload. For automatically running slideshows, the slideshow will not advance until the next slide is loaded.
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