A screenshot of a dark-colored PgwSlideshow with no maximum height, visible controls, active touch controls, and a visible list, which manually slides between images.
A screenshot of a light-colored PgwSlideshow with no maximum height, visible controls, active touch controls, and a visible list, which manually slides between images.
A screenshot of a content type's Manage display page, showing a site builder selecting the PgwSlideshow field formatter for an image field.
A screenshot of a content type's Manage display page, showing the PgwSlideshow field formatter settings.

Synopsis

This module aims to let you use Pagawa's PgwSlideshow to display images in an imagefield.

Why another image slideshow? Why not use the The Field Slideshow module? It turns out that Field Slideshow doesn't do a great job of adapting to the width of the browser window (it's not very "responsive" in the "responsive design" sense). I needed a field slideshow that could do that.

Features

As of version 1.x, you can:

  • Put multiple slideshows on the same page, each with different settings,
  • Change the following settings:
    • Choose between the minified or debugging variant of the library,
    • Dark or light variant (note the light variant is currently broken),
    • Choose whether or not to display the list of carousel elements,
    • Choose whether or not to display the previous / next controls,
    • Choose whether to bind Javascript touch events so phones / tablets can use the slideshow,
    • Set a maxmimum height for the slideshow,
    • Choose between sliding or fading transitions,
    • Change the time to spend adjusting the size of the slideshow,
    • Change the time to spend transitioning between slides,
    • Choose to automatically transition between gallery image, and the time to spend on each slide.

Requirements

Roadmap

The 1.x branch is the current stable branch, and supports PgwSlideshow version 2.0.x.

I plan to keep this module working with the latest version of PgwSlideshow. Other than that, I don't really have any new features planned. That being said, I'm open to patches so long as they don't over-complicate the module.

Known problems

I don't know of any problems at this time, so if you find one, please let me know by adding an issue!

Credits

Current co-maintainers:

See the bottom of this page for a list of organizations who have supported this project.

Gittip/Flattr/Paypal

The current co-maintainers are not currently accepting donations.

However, if you are willing to pay this module's co-maintainers to work on a bug that affects your project, or add a feature you require, please contact the co-maintainers directly using the contact form on their respective Drupal.org user account pages.

Help wanted!

Maintaining a project can be a lot of work, and the current co-maintainers of this project have full-time jobs, are not paid to maintain this module, and maintain a few other projects besides this one.

More co-maintainers to help triage issues, test patches for regressions, and add features would be greatly appreciated and would help us to resolve issues faster! If you are interested in becoming a co-maintainer, please open an issue asking to become one!

If you are aware of any other similar projects, please let me know by adding an issue!

Dependencies

This module does not depend on an external service (e.g. SaaS) to be fully functional.

However, it does depend on a third-party library, PgwSlideshow version 2.0.x.

Restrictions

This module has no artificial restrictions: the version available from Drupal.org has full functionality. No paid version is available.

Supporting organizations: 
helped mparker17 to come up with the concept and work on the module.

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