Thanks, I appreciate all the help on this!

Thanks for working on it. I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong, can't get it to change the time for the first image.

I tried pasting the code you gave instead of my html page and it doesn't seem to alter it. I then tried using your code in conjunction with my simpleviewer embed code ( I need 100% size and a few other constraints) My line with "jQuery document" has me wondering if that's the problem, I also need to get 8 sec on the first image, all the rest are set to 4 sec.
This is the simpleviewer embed I'm trying to use:

<script type="text/javascript" src="svcore/js/simpleviewer.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">        var svAPI;

        function svComplete() {
            svAPI = document.getElementById('svInstance');
            setTimeout(function() {svAPI.toggleAutoPlay()}, 8000);

        var flashvars = {};
        flashvars.enableAPI = "true";
        showAutoPlayStatus = "false";

        var params = {};
        params.allowfullscreen = true;
        params.allowscriptaccess = "always";

        var attributes = {}; = "svInstance"; = "svInstance";

jQuery(document).ready(function () {
SV.simpleviewer.load("sv-container", "100%", "100%", "transparent", true );
<div id="sv-container"><strong><font color="yellow">MISSING PLUG-IN </strong>- To see our slide show you need to install JavaScript and Flash Player. <a href="">Get Flash.</a></div>

Is it possible to make the first image in slideviewer last longer ?   I'd like to make the first image a title photo (maybe 8 sec), before the rest of the images start playing (4 sec each).  Thanks!

hh wrote:

Yes, you can integrate Autoviewer in a website. I use an inline frame to display autoviewer within my websites. See examples at:

www DOT hanshockx DOT nl

(I'm new at this forum and cannot post links, hence the DOTs)

Very nice website and great use of Autoviewer.  Your photos look very crisp and clear, can I ask what size .jpgs you use?  I've been using 600px versions and they're just not quite sharp enough for full screen.  Thanks

Thanks Felix, I was afraid of that !   Autoviewer's a wonderful program by the way. Thank you   :)


Someone liked my online slideshow so much they asked if I could send it to them on CD.  I know I can do this by copying the gallery, index, images, etc. onto a CD, but I don't like the idea of giving them my 60 jpeg images that are required to make up the slide show.  Is there any other way I could reproduce the slide-show on disc and still protect the jpegs?  Maybe make it into a dvd or some other way where they can't easily copy the jpegs?

Thanks  :)

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