All the files that have already been imported are shown in the Image filename list: select a file from the list to see a preview of it.
The Image filename list shows the file's pathname, the associated entry effect (if there is one), a tick if the file has a link and, finally, a description.
The commands for creating the gallery object are:
|▪||Add... / Remove: add new files or remove the selected ones that have already been added. On the File Selection you can import graphic files in .JPG, .GIF, .PNG, .PSD, .BMP, .TIF, .DIB, .PCX, .RLE, .TGA and .WMF format. You can import video files in .MP4 formats. Click on the triangle of the Add... button to display a submenu that has these options: Add Image... and Add Video....|
|▪||Move up / Move down: you can change the position of files in the Image filename list.|
|▪||Edit...: this opens the built-in Image Editor where you can modify the picture selected from the Image filename list.|
Depending on the type of gallery you have selected, you can define Options for each picture/video that has been inserted.
|▪||Link: creates a link on the picture/video selected from those in the list. Click on the button to open the Link window where you can select the action and relative options. If your chosen gallery uses thumbnails, the link you create replaces the one with the enlarged picture, even if the Display enlarged image on click in ShowBox option is active.|
|▪||Effect: when you click on the button, the Effect Properties window opens where you can define the entry, movement and zoom effect for the picture/video selected from the Image filename list.|
If you are using a browser version that does not support HTML5 and CSS3, the HTML5 galleries will be displayed correctly but some of the display effects applied to images may not be handled. In such cases, the Fade effect is applied automatically.
|▪||Description: you can enter a description of the picture video selected from the Image filename list in this field. The text of the description is shown at the bottom of the window where the enlarged picture or video is shown.|