Multiple settings to let you customize as you want via parameters and CSS.
The slideshow itself is very ugly at first, you will need to customize it.
5 stars because I prefer it that way.
Good script and easy to use.
It takes a fair amout of CSS coding knowledge to adjust it to your website design.
CSS is self-explanatory I would suggest to everyone to teach themselves the code, It sure does come in handy when you are faced with a diamond in the rough extension like this one.
Thank you developer and keep 'em coming.
As a designer, I prefer to format my display articles myself. I want my module to provide only the core functionality (sliding, fading, category selection, etc.). This module does it (mostly).
I say mostly only because it does add some CSS styling to the container and typography, but that is easily removed by adding a module class suffix, and adding specificity to the modules preset classes in my template's CSS (so it's not over-ridden if updating the module). The important thing is it does not remove any tags I've added to the article content.
My only recommendation to the author would be to remove the CSS that affects the content (not the navigation), and add a sort option of "Random". Other than that, it beats all the other article sliders hands down.
just a simple suggestion to developers,
in image sliding when we add a image folder path and if that path doesn't exists then hole site goes down giving php error. its grate if you guys can handle that too.
any way excellent work.