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Slideshow Questions
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TOPIC: Slideshow Questions

Slideshow Questions 18 Apr 2012 05:38 #55

I have some queries regarding it.
1.What should be the size of the images for the slideshow.
2. Below the slide show , there are few images, (top position). How do
we add different images there.
3. Same with bottom position images. (which slide show module to be used)
4. In the demo, you have shown different colors to the right side
modules, but when I install the template, only single color shows up.
How do I get it multi-colored.

Please provide solutions to it.
  • thomas

Re: Slideshow Questions 18 Apr 2012 05:39 #56

1.What should be the size of the images for the slideshow.
--> the size of slideshow should be 939 x 538

2. Below the slide show , there are few images, (top position). How do we add different images there.
--> You have to install joomgallery component with JoomCategories for JoomGallery module.

3. Same with bottom position images. (which slide show module to be used)
--> The same you have to install JoomImages for JoomGallery

4. In the demo, you have shown different colors to the right side modules, but when I install the template, only single color shows up.
--> You have add Module Class Suffix in backend : _blue for blue color, _orange for orange and _orangebold for bold orange
  • admin

Re: Slideshow Questions 18 Apr 2012 05:40 #57

it's good.thx
  • thomas
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