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The Random Images module allows you to create blocks containing random images
without the overhead of CCK, Views or Gallery modules.


  • This module does not resize images.
  • If caching is enabled, the random images will
    only cycle when the cache is cleared.

Instructions 6.x:

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  1. Copy the module folder to /sites/all/modules or /sites/default/modules
  2. Enable "Random Images" and "Upload" at /admin/build/modules
  3. For comfortable images management recommended to install "Upload Previews" module
  4. Create page or story and upload images. Fill Description fields for uploaded files
  5. Specify a location of the first random image block at admin/build/block
  6. Specify a block settings at /admin/build/block/configure/random_images/1
    Specify the human-readable block name
    Specify node number (node with uploaded images)
  7. If you want more blocks you can change "blocks count" value
  8. Specify the permissions at /admin/user/permissions#module-random_images
  9. Uploaded images you also can see at /random_images/1 page.

Instructions 5.x:

  1. Copy the module folder to /sites/all/modules or /sites/default/modules
  2. Enable Random Images at Administer->Site Building->Modules
  3. Navigate to Administer->Site Configuration->Random Image
  4. Add Block
  5. Specify the human-readable block name
  6. Specify the filesystem path for the images. Relative paths are relative to
    your root directory. Images should be sized in advance.
  7. Specify the number of images to place in this block.
  8. Navigate to Administer->Site Building->Blocks
  9. Specify a location and settings your new random image block.

Project Information

  • Maintenance status: Unknown
  • Development status: Unknown
  • Reported installs: 42 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
  • Downloads: 5,072
  • Last modified: 1 December 2014
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