You can also install the skin by unzipping this file into the skin folder.
- Min. jAlbum version
So like the Slide Show 4 skin it is a small single page html5 compliant skin which gives maximum attention to your photos, because it will fill your screen with your photo, by adapting the image size to the screen size of your tablet or computer. The focus is not lead away by other small pictures or text.
Navigation and control is possible via buttons, via the keyboard on a PC and via one finger swipes on the iPhone or iPad and other touch screen devices. The buttons at the top of the index page are optional and can be hidden or displayed by clicking the theme image or the album title.
Navigation on the slide page: Swipe left / right to the next or previous image, spread to zoom in, drag to pan, pinch to zoom out or close, tap to toggle the controls, double-tap to zoom, swipe up or down to close the slide page and return to the index page.
The skin has a responsive layout of the thumbnails gallery: you can choose for an elastic table where the thumbnails grow or change if the window size changes or you can choose to reduce the number of thumbnails per row if the window width is reduced or make an elegant image gallery with the Justified Gallery plugin
An album may contain a mix of photos and movies. For thumbnails of movies on the index page a special border color may be selected.
This skin allows you to use one central resources folder for all your albums
Several settings can be changed by the viewer like the button size and the font size, which is is useful for small devices like an iPhone and in case you have troubles reading small letters. It is also possible to change here the viewing time for a slide in the optional slide show presentation.
You can display the album embedded in your web page with an iframe and you can show the first enlarged picture from a link on your web page without displaying the index page with thumb-nails.
You can choose for fixed shape thumbnails or for thumbnails with the full aspect ratio (no part of the picture cropped, but showing everything).
You can use plain text or html code both in the album description and in the slide descriptions.
Via 7 optional links on the index page, displayed as standard text buttons, as icon buttons, in a tool-bar or in the menu-bar at the top of the index page, you can add links to other albums or web-pages in a new window or in the same window. You can also display a web-page in a frame on the index page.
Optional Facebook and email 'Share' button on the index page and for each slide share links to Facebook, Twitter, email and Pinterest. If GPS information is available in a photo, the location can be displayed in Google Maps. Finally each slide has an optional 'Download' link.
Use my program MakeMap to display the photos in a Google Maps or Google Earth map with links to the slide pages.
If the album contains wide (panorama-) pictures, an expand icon is added above the image on the slide page, if check-mark 'Spherical Panoramic image' or 'Cylindrical Panoramic image'in the Panoramic image panel for an image has been set. For a 360° cylindrical panorama, you should set also set check-mark '360° panorama', in that case you can endless scroll through the panorama. If you set the 'Spherical Panoramic image' check-mark, the panorama can be viewed in Jérémys Photo Sphere Viewer.
It is also possible to view your panoramic pictures on external pages like the 360Cities.net site or with Google street View.
jAlbums 14 web-locations are supported:
You can make a top album of albums or display the web-location in the slide page as an image with a link to open the website in a new tab or you can display the website instead of a slide image. Via extra buttons you can navigate to other parts of the album. You can use this mode to display YouTube videos and/or external panorama pages in-line in the album.
- Last updated
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Commercial use is allowed only if you pay a 3rd party license.Modifications of the skin are allowed.
1.7.1 2017.10.30. (current)
You can’t display a spherical panorama locally; this version gives a warning message if you try to do this.