Slideshow Thumbnail Effects

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Galleries" > "Slideshow Galleries"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Slideshow Galleries overview.

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Every ProPhoto slideshow gallery has a thumbnail strip which shows a paged view of all of the images in that slideshow gallery represented as thumbnails. Slideshow thumbnails can be in one of two states: active or inactive. The thumbnail effects option area allows you to customize the opacity and border color of both states.

Understanding “Active” and “Inactive” Thumbnails

A thumbnail is considered “active” if it is the thumbnail of the current image being displayed in the main slideshow window:

A thumbnail is also considered “active” if the user is currently mousing over that thumbnail:

With regards to the opacity setting, 0% means that the thumbnails will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency at all, so just be careful not to set too low, otherwise the thumbnails may not be very visible.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Galleries" > "Slideshow Galleries"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Slideshow Galleries overview.

Every ProPhoto slideshow gallery has a thumbnail strip which shows a paged view of all of the images in that slideshow gallery represented as thumbnails. Slideshow thumbnails can be in one of two states: active or inactive. The thumbnail effects option area allows you to customize the opacity and border color of both states.

Understanding “Active” and “Inactive” Thumbnails

A thumbnail is considered “active” if it is the thumbnail of the current image being displayed in the main slideshow window:

A thumbnail is also considered “active” if the user is currently mousing over that thumbnail:

With regards to the opacity setting, 0% means that the thumbnails will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency at all, so just be careful not to set too low, otherwise the thumbnails may not be very visible.

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