We newly launched one Joomla “Image Slideshow” module. The module is listed under “Photos & Images” > “Images Slideshow” directory of JED (Joomla Extension Directory). The name of the module is RS-Catchy.
RSCatchy is a jQuery based image slideshow module. This is a Joomla extension specially developed for Joomla version 1.5.x. If you want to display images as an automatic slideshow that can also be explicitly played or paused by the user, then this module is for you. It rotates and displays an image by fading it into view over the previous one, with navigation controls that pop up when the mouse rolls over the gallery. This is a free extension.
The features are:
- Customizable width and height of the slideshow.
- Customizable border.
- Customizable Slide Duration and Transition time.
- Customizable Image Link and Description.
- Slideshow can display all images from a folder. Or if you wish you can able to set individual images also.
7 thoughts on “RS Catchy – JQuery Based Image Slideshow Module”
hi, it`s a very useful extension and very easy to install and configure, also has support for links and description.. congratulations, you did a great extension! how can i load two(or three) slideshows in the same page, but in different module positions. i did a new module through Module Manager, and my site show only one slideshows, the second is empty.. why? can this be solved?
this great component
Ah thanks Souvik. I discovered in the meantime that the module is only applicable for loading in all pages, sadly that is not what I need: I was looking for a slideshow which loads different images in each page separately. Thanks for the efforts anyway.
You can do that easily. Just create different RS-Catchy modules for different pages and assign the pages (menu items) in each module respectively.
Can someone please tell me where the code is with which I can add this module (already installed and configured in my Joomla backend) in my joomla webpage? ON the documenation for RS exhibition, that was clearly explained but for this module, I simply cannot find it in the documentation!!!
You can add it in any module position available in your template.
I like it very much, thanks a lot.