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Min. jAlbum version
17
Description

* Features parallax theme images.
* Produces fully responsive albums with swipe support.
* Option to use fixed-shape thumbnails or fully-justified, non-fixed-shape thumbnails.
* Option to display folder thumbnails in a separate section, with larger thumbnails and in an aspect ratio different from that applied to the regular thumbnails.
* Supports JPG's, PNG's, GIF's (including animated GIF's), MP4's, YouTube videos, and Vimeo videos. The display of each of these objects is fully responsive. Web locations produce thumbnails that link directly to their target locations or files. These are not part of the album's slide show.
* Support is provided for Google fonts and WOFF files, and for a separate information page.
* Allows the user to insert custom CSS and HTML from within the user interface.
* Produces valid HTML5/CSS3: supports all current browsers.

Features
Supports foldersMulti-language albumsUses JavascriptPlays video filesTransition effect(s)Has slideshowFreewareResponsive layoutTouch interface support
Created
Nov 20, 2018
Last updated
Nov 14, 2019
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Homepage

https://jgromit.com

Usage
Commercial use is only allowed if you have a jAlbum Pro license.
Modifications of the skin are allowed.

Releases

17.0.0 Nov 14, 2019 (current)

* Option to loop slides. If selected, hitting "next" on the last slide returns to the first slide, and vice-versa.
* Option not to display a close "X" icon on the slides. Clicking off-image is then the only way to close the lightbox.
* Meta "robots" choices on the "Misc" tab clarified to remove ambiguity.
* Some changes to the settings tab layouts.

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Elisabeth Dr. Sorger

Elisabeth Dr. Sorger 11 months ago

ENDLICH!!! Ich wünschte schon seit langem diese Lösung vom JAlbum!

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jGromit

jGromit 11 months ago

I'm glad you like it! It came from some suggestions by David Ekholm and by user Miro Stratil (mirostar), who provided a lot of help with its development.