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On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 10:42 PM, Christian Lohmaier
<> wrote:
On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 1:02 PM, Ivan M. <> wrote:
On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 11:25 PM, Christoph Noack
<> wrote:
Are you thinking of something like the slideshow on the current
"LibreOffice"/Download page [2]? With some jQuery, a nice fade in/fade
out effect could be added to make it more appealing (e.g. [3]).

To add on that one: We're of course not limited to using
photoshuffler.js as it is used now ( ), we can use other
methods as well of course. The site includes jquery anyway, so modules
building on top of jquery are preferred, but it's no limitation.

There's basically two fundamentally different way these slideshow modules work:
* popup (like for example )
* inline.
And then
* load images in the scriptcode (like for example )
* load the images in the html code itself. (like for example )

the first variant is basically the only way to go when there are lots
of images, the other one is OK for fewer or smaller ones (as the
browser will keep downloading images, and only after that the
javascript that is added to the very bottom of the page to not delay
rendering of the page)

Drawback of the script method is that you'd have to use a seperate
control in the CMS to add the images, while with the html way you
could add them in the HTML-code)


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