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Multi Header Script with Navigation?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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Hi,

I need a code (javascript and css) using which i can rotate my 5 images one after another on my home page, something like following websites are doing.

http://web.tickle.com/
http://www.cnet.com/

I have used this script http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex14/fadeinslideshow.htm and its working fine for automatic fading of images, but i also want to include the navigation like 1,2,3 or something like http://web.tickle.com/ have Next and Previous kind of thing.

Please tell me some easy to use script which i can use easily in my website,

Thanks.
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I would recommend this free script http://smoothgallery.jondesign.net/
It's very customizable, backwards compatible with older browsers, and easy to use.

I'm guessing you'll want to set it up somewhere in between these two configurations:
http://smoothgallery.jondesign.net/showcase/timed-image-switcher/
http://smoothgallery.jondesign.net/showcase/gallery/

My best guess at your configuration would be:
showCarousel: false,
showInfopane: false,
timed: true,
delay: 5000

Then if you want to make other changes to the way it looks, you can edit the CSS file and images.
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