Slideshow Single Page:
The Slideshow Single Page wizard is used when you wish to implement a slideshow with a single Free-Form Area and a single image area that rotates among a variably-defined number of images located in a single folder.
Change the Link Name from Slideshow Single Page to one word that will become the link to the page from its parent page. For more information on setting up core page details, visit the Standard Details Tab help page.
This is a relative path to the folder that contains the images to be used in the slideshow. For this type of slide show to function you will need to create the appropriate subfolder to load your images into. The simplest way is within your existing folder click File - New - New Folder.
When complete rename the folder, and then choose File - Upload to get your photos onto the web server. As always, the name of any image should not contain any spaces or special characters. Be sure when changing the name to also change the subject since it can appear as the page name in the Image List when the photo displays. Use something that describes the photo, such as View of Town Hall across Walden Pond. To change the name and subject of any photo you can either choose File - Properties or right click on a photo and choose Properties.
Image List: By checking this box the subject of each image within the target Folder Location will appear below the photos, and will be clickable links allowing the visitor to go directly to the designated photo.
Check the Default to Printable Version checkbox to render the page in the printer-friendly version by default. Check the Message Body Before Image to place the free-form area before the slideshow images, uncheck the box to place the free-form area after the slideshow images.
Use the Dimensions numerical selectors to specify the height and width of the slideshow area in pixels.
Use the Caption Area numerical selector to specify the height of the caption area in pixels.
Seconds to Slide
Use the Seconds to Slide numerical selector to specify the number of seconds between images.
Check the Thumbnails checkbox to display an icon-based navigation scheme for your slides. Use the Thumbnail Rows radio selectors to determine how many rows of thumbnails to display.