This simple yet powerful system after installation helps you to rotate some images or photos on your target webpage.
As the images fade in and out, the navigation menu below it indicates which image is being shown. The viewer can also choose to skip straight to another image directly by clicking any of the buttons in the navigation menu which represents each of the images. It is worth noting that this is not flash so this slideshow can also be seen through tablets and mobiles with your website. Furthermore, its fast to load hence desirable over the slow flash.
From the settings file, you as the administrator can set the dimensions of the slideshow canvas, the speed of the transition, duration of the image, and even show//hide the navigation menu. You sort the images by naming the images based on alphabetic order.
Its easy to use and install as many times as you want on all your websites. Have fun!
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