Is it possible to make transparent background for page with free image slideshow? I want to add it into iframe.
Q: When publishing a slideshow to a folder, a html page is created. The page has a container that is centered by default. The background color is also set to #fff by default. In the software I don't see any places I can change that. The reason I want to change it is, that we intend to apply the slideshows to pages using iframes. It would be nice if the html file created, had the slideshow placed in the top left corner. It would also be nice if the background was set to transparent, so the slideshow will display nicely in an iframe on a page with a gradient background.
Is this possible, or do I have to change that myself in the html and css?
A: To make iframe with transparency you should:
1) Find following line in VisualSlideShow HTML code:
and change "#ffffff" to "transparent". You'll have:
2) Add following option to iframe where you added VisualSlideShow:
<iframe width="70%" height="500px" name="Slideshow" src="VisualSlideShow.html" frameborder ALLOWTRANSPARENCY="true"></iframe>
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I have just bought the full version, it's pretty slick and very easy to embed into a site.
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