To pass multiple parameters (height, fadetime, images, etc), separate them with & characters like this:
<?php jsbrotate('images=http://blog.url/image2.jpg|http://blog.url/image2.jpg&height=200&width=900'); ?>
You can have as few as 1 image (which is a bit boring) and as many as you want in the rotation.
Just make sure your list of images is pipe-delimited (use the | key to separate the URLs).
Yes and no. The slideshow itself will only render at one size (whatever you specify in the shortcode). However, if your images are larger or wider than this setting, they will be resized using the CSS max-width and max-height properties. Basically, they'll be "squished" in whatever direction was larger than the display box. This can be problematic in older web browsers and can break certain complex images, so it's highly recommended that all of your rotating images be the same size.
You can set several things via the shortcode:
The majority of users we spoke with wanted to remove the numbers, so we've eliminated them altogether.
You can now change the length of time each image remains on the screen and the amount of time it takes to fade between images. We recommend that the fade time be no more than half the display time, otherwise the images don't stay on the screen for very long at all!
No. You must use the template tag after
wp_head() and before
wp_footer() for it to work!
Check to make sure you have the
wp_head() template tag in your header and the wp_footer tag in your footer. If you're missing either of these tags, the scripts won't work. If you're using the template tag, make sure you've placed it after
wp_head() and before
You can only have one rotating banner on any given page. If you're using the banner in your posts, only the first post on the page will rotate!
If you thing you've found something going wrong with the plugin, or if there's a feature you'd like added or changed, please create a new issue on GitHub: https://github.com/ericmann/JS-Banner-Rotate/issues
This plugin is offered without any warranty or express user support.
If you've found a bug, please report it on GitHub (https://github.com/ericmann/JS-Banner-Rotate/issues).
If you can't figure out how to do something please feel free to ask around in the community support forums (http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/js-banner-rotate).
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
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