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    Default Slideshow help

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...interslide.htm

    I need to add several of these to the same page can it be done??

    and if so how ???? and how can I change the buttons to my own

    here is my page

    http://www.eastkybeausandbeauties.co...stmaspics.html

    thanks Brenda
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    Thank You so much

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    thanks to jscheuer1 I got my page layed out like I wanted but
    I want to change the buttons to a *.gif or *.jpg and stop it form autoplaying is that possible ???


    http://www.eastkybeausandbeauties.com/slideshow.html


    thanks for any help
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    I've been playing around with this script quite a bit. Here is an updated demo:

    http://home.comcast.net/~jscheuer1/s...oo_o_fixed.htm

    There are three slide shows, you can have as many or as few as you like.

    The first show uses just the defaults. The second uses these options:

    Code:
    desc_prefix='Description:';
    controls_top=1;
    counter=1;
    height=225;
    width=140;
    no_auto=1;
    The third uses these:

    Code:
    no_descriptions=1;
    pause=1;
    image_controls=1;
    manual_start=1;
    The syntax for applying the options is seen in the source code. The option names are pretty self explanatory but, you might have some questions, feel free to ask. The only ones that I think might be unclear are width and height. If you have images of varying widths and/or heights, you can use these to set the maximum width and/or height to get your smaller images centered in the display area. If using image_controls=1; you must configure the images for the controls as shown in the source code. The three shows demonstrate all the various options available. The options can be mixed around however you like. Hopefully you will see the features you want and understand how to configure them.
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