When you next connect to your site manager, just head to the Photo Album add-on. To create a slideshow, don’t forget you need to first create an album category, then ensure the category actually has something to display by uploading some images. Open your album category from the manager, then head for the album display settings options at the bottom of the page.
By choosing the new JS slideshow, you’ll be able to control its design. The JS slideshow can be custom-configured, enabling you to easily select different colors for the text, preview pane and display background. Doing so helps ensure your slideshow blends in with the rest of your site design, or matches the “look and feel” of the album category you’re displaying.
Best of all, by choosing to use the JS slideshow, you’re also ensuring it can be viewed right across a range of browsers, so visitors using a PC or Mac will see exactly the same thing as viewers using a mobile device, like an iPhone or an iPad.
To start using the new doomby slideshow features, all you need to is connect to your manager and access your album category. If you don’t have a website yet, then just head to the doomby homepage and sign up tomake a free website. You’ll find it’s fast and easy to set up an online photo album, so you can start sharing your memories with family and friends.