If you already have the HTML5 Slideshow in this article we will show you preview of its integration in the Advanced HTML Editor 3. If you still don't have this Dreamweaver extension please have a look at its features in detail below. For your convenience we allowed three different sources for uploading your images so you'll upload faster your files using File Manager Add-on, Image Gallery Add-on or directly from the computer.
Stay tuned for our HTML5 Slideshow update. Existing clients will benefit from the update without any additional payment.
Image upload from your Image Gallery Add-on - If you have the Image Gallery Add-on set in your editor, you can upload from the gallery the images that you've selected.
Images upload from your File Manager Add-on - If you have the File Manager Add-on set in your editor, you can select the images directly from the manager.
& Drop (Firefox and Chrome) - Drag one or many images from your personal
folders and drop to upload them automatically for the slideshow.
Timed transitions on slides - We offer various combinations of transition effects, image placement and transition duration for your slides.
Title and description - You can add title, URL and description to the images that you've uploaded. Once you've done it edit the title position, transition effect and duration in order to create the slideshow that you've always wanted.
Navigation - You can choose which type of control to enable in your image sliders.
Ken Burns effect - The HTML5 Slideshow will allow you to useKen Burns effectand edit its position and zoom factor.
Fully editable settings - If you decide to change any setting at some later point, you can do that from the user friendly interface, where you can set up how the navigation will work and many other options.
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