Slideshow Thumbstrip Settings

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.

Use these controls to affect the animation and appearance of the thumbnail area of the Slideshow Galleries.

  1. Select the animation effect of the thumbnails when navigating between ‘pages’ of thumbnails in the strip area.
  2. Override the background color of just the popup thumbnail strip area (it will inherit the main gallery background color selected in the “General options” area if this area is not set)
  3. Change how ‘solid’ the control buttons (left, right, play/pause, audio, shopping cart and full-screen)will be. 0% means that the buttons will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency, so we usually suggest 80% or higher to ensure that visitors can see these buttons.
  4. Change how ‘solid’ the background color behind the filmstrip will be. 0% means that the buttons will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency, so we usually suggest 80% or higher to ensure that visitors can see these buttons.


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.

Use these controls to affect the animation and appearance of the thumbnail area of the Slideshow Galleries.

  1. Select the animation effect of the thumbnails when navigating between ‘pages’ of thumbnails in the strip area.
  2. Override the background color of just the popup thumbnail strip area (it will inherit the main gallery background color selected in the “General options” area if this area is not set)
  3. Change how ‘solid’ the control buttons (left, right, play/pause, audio, shopping cart and full-screen)will be. 0% means that the buttons will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency, so we usually suggest 80% or higher to ensure that visitors can see these buttons.
  4. Change how ‘solid’ the background color behind the filmstrip will be. 0% means that the buttons will be fully transparent, 100% means no transparency, so we usually suggest 80% or higher to ensure that visitors can see these buttons.

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