CodeBrainSlider is a multi-image slide-show presentation tool. It will handle up to 100 images, and each image is linkable (URL, frame, target). Images can be of different sizes and widths. A VerticalMode parameter lets the applet auto-center vertically, or position the images all against the top or the bottom. Additional parameters allow control of the thickness of both the frame and border, and the colors of the frame, the border, and the link boxes for the images. The applet features simplicity of setup and a very small, fast, single .class file. Protective coding limits parameter errors, and the parameter set is quite easy to use. Data sheets, sample set-ups and graphics are included with the download kit.Visit publisher site: CodeBrainSlider
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The Slider applet is very easy to set up and implement, but is very flexible and configurable. I'm a newbie to Java, and it was the first applet I tried. The included documentation helps newbies like me understand java, as it makes the program set-up, a snap. Slider quickly loads photos and then as they scroll by, they can be clicked to open a linked, target page. Although my use of the applet is rather simple (photos of my new puppies for my family to see), you can view it on my homepage at: http://www.sheepdip.net/puppies.htm I've been very pleased with the results of all the applets I've used by CodeBrain. This was the first one I tried, and it's a keeper!