You can set a separate link for each image in the slide show. Users trigger the link by clicking the image or by clicking a separate link or button. You can open a new window for each link, and even set the window attributes. Each image in the slide show can display a text description. You can display the text in a form field, or display it as HTML directly on the web page. You can use style sheets to control the text appearance. You can make an automatically running slide show, or add manual controls so the user can click through the slide show. You can create more than one slide show on a page. The slide shows can even update at different rates. Use the Auction Wizard to create a slideshow for your eBay auctions - just copy the pictures onto your own website, and paste our HTML into your auction description.
The slide show can use a cookie to save its current position, so if you leave the page and come back it will start where it left off. The slide show can preload all of the images, or (for a large number of pictures) you can specify the number of images to preload. The slide show is written in easy to use object-oriented code, and has been tested on Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla.