Fancy SlideShow

Fancy Transition Image SlideShow

Fancy Image Slideshow is an easy to use Responsive jQuery Image Slideshow. The slideshow can fit to any device screen. It has 15+ slideshow effects which can be easily configured in the module settings. The slideshow can be used on the homepage of your website to give it a fascinating and attractive look.

Module Joomla 2.5.xJoomla 3.x.x
Fancy Transition Image SlideShow Features
Latest Extension Version3.0
Last Updated 01 February 2017

Extension Features

  • Option to fetch images from a selected folder or Individual Path
  • New easy to use slide manager to manage Image Captions and Links (Check Screenshots)
  • Option to set height and width of the slideshow
  • Set delay time between images in mili seconds
  • Define delay in strips in mili seconds



Slideshow Parameters

  • Option to enable or disable caption bar.
  • Caption bar color can be set.
  • Color of the text can be set
  • Set the font size, weight and 25 Google fonts.
  • Set Opacity of titles
  • Set pagination type to None, Rounded , Squared and Numbered
  • Align the pagination to Right, Left or Centered
  • Set the color of the pagination text and background.

 

  • Captions can be disabled.
  • Set color of pagination number
  • Enable or disable the navigation buttons
  • Enable or disable links for the pages
  • Link target : open links in new or same page
  • Add Unlimited Slides
  • Set caption and URL for each slide [Doesn't work for Folder Mode]
  • Option to fetch images in sequential or random order.
Browser Supported
Responsive Extension
What's New?

Version 3.0 - 01 February 2017

  • Joomla Update System Integrated
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Note: Caption Settings parameters will be enabled only when Image path Selection is set to Individual Image Path

Note: Link Settings parameters will be enabled only when Image path Selection is set to Individual Image Path

    Note: Slider Settings parameters will be enabled only when Image path Selection is set to Individual Image Path