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I have tried various ways but am still struggling to get a working slideshow embedded in a web page. Would like to be able to vary times and transition type. Is there a simple way I can do this? Thanks

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The Nivo slider (link referenced in this thread) is easy to use and integrate with your web site.

there are a lot of other free sliders out there that you can download and incorporate as well. Most of them have similar features with regard to transition time and type.

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Hi Guys. I am trying to implement a Java Script slideshow but only the first imgae is displayed and doesnt slide on to the next and then the next. The HEAD code is:-

<SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript" SRC="slideshow.js">
</SCRIPT> 
<SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
<!--
SLIDES = new slideshow("SLIDES");
s = new slide();
s.src = "slides/All-Five.jpg";
s.link = "slides/DC-2Masks.jpg";
s.text = "Open link in same window";
SLIDES.add_slide(s);

SLIDES = new slideshow("SLIDES");
s = new slide();
s.src = "slides/DC-2Masks.jpg";
s.text = "Open link in same window";
SLIDES.add_slide(s);

SLIDES = new slideshow("SLIDES");
s = new slide();
s.src = "slides/DC-SG-kicks.jpg";
s.text = "Open link in same window";
SLIDES.add_slide(s);
//-->
</SCRIPT>

The code I've used in the BODY is:-

onLoad="SLIDES.restore_position(); SLIDES.update();"
onUnLoad="SLIDES.save_position()">

followed by:-

<IMG NAME="SLIDESIMG" SRC="slides/All-Five.jpg"
 WIDTH="480" WIDTH="360" BORDER="0" ALT="slideshow image">
<SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
<!--
if (document.images)
{
  SLIDES.set_image(document.images.SLIDESIMG);
  SLIDES.set_textid("SLIDESTEXT"); // optional
  SLIDES.update();
  SLIDES.play(); //optional
}
//-->
</SCRIPT>    

I am a bit new to this so apologies if theres something really simple I'm missing but would really appreciate help. Cheers

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Dear JorgeM
Thanks for helping - I have downloaded The Nivo Slider but now I dont know what code to enter into my webpage or where to store images for it all to work. Could you help?
Thanks

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