Support » Plugin: JSJ Gallery Slideshow » Option to not show thumbs

  • Resolved datiswous


    Hello, great plugin!

    Is there a way to not show the thumbnails under the slideshow? I don’t see such an option.

    Also, Would it be possible to have it paused by default and started after click “Start slideshow” or something. It starts to look very busy when more posts with slideshows are on a (news)page.

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  • Plugin Author Jorge Silva-Jetter


    There’s no option for it in the plugin as this moment and I don’t think there will be in the future.

    You can hide them with css. Just add this to your CSS file:

    .gallery_container_jsj-gallery-slideshow .gallery-pager li {
    display: none;

    You can only control the speed at which the slides move by the ‘Timeout’ function. If it’s 0, the slides don’t change. But there is no way to have the timeout be 0 and then have it be something else. You could play around with the ‘Delay’ options in the advanced options that let’s you add a delay for the transition of the first slide (in milliseconds).

    Let me know if that works!

    This plugin is not highly customizable, but that’s precisely the point. I designed it for it to be simple and straight forward.

    Plugin Author Jorge Silva-Jetter


    BTW, all the options I’m talking about can be found in Settings > JSJ Gallery Slideshow.

    I did the change to the css file:

    That works. Thanks!

    I’m not sure yet what setting to choose from your second sugestion. But thanks for the info.

    I’m thinking of using it on a website where the nextgen-gallery is used now, but that plugin is a bit too complicated for the users (especially with the recent changes). Since only the slideshow function is used for showing anyway, using your plugin makes it a lot simpler.

    Plugin Author Jorge Silva-Jetter


    I agree that Next Gen can be a bit too complicated… that’s why I made this plugin 🙂

    For the options:

    If you want your plugin not to move slides automatically, just have 0 as your timeout in the options.

    If you want to delay how much time it takes for the slides to start transitioning, just add a time (in milliseconds) to delay.

    Let me know if that works.

    No I meant that I didn’t decide yet. I think if there’s no pause function, I might just leave it to automatically move slides without delay. Thanks!

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