Add a Fullscreen Slideshow Cover to your Adobe Muse website. No coding skills required.
Let’s face it – images play a huge part of how we communicate on the web. Images can tell a story, showcase a product, or convey an emotion. High quality images can even show how much effort someone went through to communicate their idea. I have to admit I myself am a visual learner. If the images on a website do not captivate me within the first few seconds I go onto the next website.
This is why I decided to create the “Fullscreen Slideshow Cover Widget.” This widget puts all the focus on the images by making the slideshow cover the entire browser. The user is able to navigate through all the images before seeing any content on the website. This is a great way to really make an impact on what you are trying to communicate with images.
The Fullscreen Slideshow Cover is 100% width and height so the slideshow stays in the browser until the user scrolls. The slideshow is fully responsive and the images change size on different devices and when the user resizes the browser.
With the Fullscreen Slideshow Cover Widget you can:
- Add a fullscreen slideshow cover that covers the entire browser before the user scrolls
- Choose from 74 animations for the slideshow in and out animation
- Add links to the images
- Add an image or logo over the images
- Add a color overlay over the images
- Add a title and description over the images
- Set the duration of each slide in the slideshow
- Enable slideshow controls
- Enable slideshow dot navigation
- Autoplay slideshow
With all of these features you can easily customize the slideshow for your website. You can add a color overlay to match the styling of your website and describe each image with a title and description. All features are added to give you as much flexibility as possible. You can watch the video above titled “Fullscreen Slideshow Cover Widget” to see the widget in action and how to use it. To access the widget visit http://museforyoushop.com.
yep…. the guy is a legend….
Hi John – thanks so much for all your tutorials. I wanted to download the fullscreen slideshow cover widget and was watching your tutorial to be sure it would work for me. It’s perfect, I just have one problem/question. Is there a way to overlay different text on different images? I want to have my images scroll through, but each has a different caption. Besides having a different caption, each caption changes uppercase, to lowercase, the placement changes depending on the image as does the color of the font. I wanted all the text to be responsive, but I can’t figure out how to integrate all the pieces together. Do you have any suggestions?