Slideshow 2! is a javascript class for Mootools 1.2 to stream and animate the presentation of images on your website

Slideshow 2! is a javascript class for Mootools 1.2 to stream and animate the presentation of images on your website. This page features some examples of how Slideshow might be used to enhance the presentation of images on your website. Please view the source of this page for usage information.

If you are looking to download Slideshow, or for class documentation, please visit the open-source project at Google Code. If you are looking for the old version of Slideshow, it has been moved here.

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Examples

new Slideshow('show', ['1.jpg', '2.jpg', '3.jpg'], { controller: true, hu: 'images/' });

By popular request, the following are some simplified examples of Slideshow usage:

Demos

Click below to view the various demos - perhaps the most impressive effect of all is simply viewing this page with javascript turned off.

Slideshow 2! Slideshow accepts data as a simple array of image filenames... Or as an object with optional caption, href and thumbnail information... Captions may be plain text or formatted with HTML... Slideshow can even parse in existing HTML images and automagically generate the show... Slideshow can also dynamically resize and center your images... Any size show is supported! Tweak your effects with the delay, duration and transition options... With support for all the Robert Penner easing transitions... New! Random and non-looping shows (play-through once and stop)... New! Optional image overlapping... New! Start the show from any slide - even from the URL!
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All photos were taken with a trusty Canon DigitalElph in New York, October 2007. Locales include: Cooper Lake, Poughkeepsie, Fix Brothers Apples, Overlook Mountain, Plattsclove, The Met, Museum of Natural History, Brooklyn Brewery.