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Slide Transitions: A Photo Carousel

In a previous post, I described a project where a client wanted to recreate an effect on his website in PowerPoint: a “carousel” display of photos representing the company’s global locations. 639 more words


What's On Your Image Carousel?

A quick scan of library websites reveals that most have embraced the image carousel as a means of communicating news and announcements with library users. It’s how we share information about new resources, special events, library collections and any bit of information we think our patrons (or students or faculty or visitors) would like to know. 237 more words


How to disable comments on WordPress.com's image carousel

Jane asks…

“I have successfully turned off comments on all my pages. However, where I have an image gallery and someone clicks on an individual image (which I hope they will do, to scroll through and read captions), they are invited to comment in the image carousel.

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