FavSlider is a free responsive Joomla! module that let's you upload up to 10 images to create a slideshow and customize each slide.

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FavSlider Tutorial

Once the module is installed using the EXTENSION MANAGER, the slides need to be customized using the options of the module:

 

The "Slider Type" parameter has the following options:

1. Basic Slider

 

If this option is enabled, the slideshow looks like this:

2. Thumbnail ControlNav

 

If this option is enabled, the slideshow looks like this:

3. Carousel Slider ControlNav

 

If this option is enabled, the slideshow looks like this:

4. Carousel

 

If this option is enabled, the slideshow looks like this:

 


Each slide has a set of parameters:

 

1. Show Slide

This parameter offers the option of showing the slide or not.

 

2. Slide Location

The SLIDE LOCATION parameter is used to show the path for the slides. The default images are stored in the folder media/favslider. The initial path will be:

media/favslider/1.jpg

where 1.jpg can be changed with any other name used for the slide image.

If you don't want to upload the slide images via FTP, you can change the path to upload them using the Media Manager. The default path can be changed relative to the Joomla installation root folder. For example, if the slides are located in the images folder, the new path will be:

images/slide1.png or images/slide1.jpg

 

3. Slide Link

Use the SLIDE LINK parameter to insert the link for the slide image. Each slide can have only one link.

 

4. Slide Caption

The SLIDE CAPTION parameter is used to add a text message for the slide. Insert the title for the slide in the The CAPTION HEADER field and a description using the CAPTION PARAGRAPH field.

 

5. Slide Image Alt

This parameter is used to improve the SEO and usability aspects of the slideshow by providing the required alt attribute that specifies an alternate text for an image, if the image cannot be displayed.

 

FAVSLIDER is a responsive Joomla! module. This means that it has no fixed width and the maximum width of the module is the width of the module position containing the module and slides.

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