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Srizon Image Slider - Joomla FrontPage Image Slider / Photo Gallery

Written by Afzal Hossain.

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This Joomla Module displays a nice looking image slider in your site. You can use it for Front Page Slideshow or as an Image Gallery for your Joomla site. It can be customized heavily with the module parameters to match your needs. Multiple copy of the module can be loaded on the same page with different settings or styles without making any conflict

Supported Browsers:

  1. Firefox (latest version tested)
  2. Google Chrome (latest version tested)
  3. Safari  (latest version tested)
  4. IE 9 (Tested),  IE 8 (Some CSS3 Based style doesn't work but still works)
  5. It should work on any other modern web browser (test the demo page with your target browser)

Supported Joomla Version (Single Installer for all the versions):

  1. Joomla 1.5
  2. Joomla 2.5
  3. Joomla 3.0


  • Nice looking style using CSS3
  • Single Installer for all Joomla version and necessary plugins for easier installation experience.
  • For image source you can use a folder from your joomla 'Media Manager' or you can use a set of individual links (URLs) of images
  • You can define size and position of the Module, The images, The thumbs, Navigation buttons etc.
  • You can choose from 10 different seamless textured background (or no background). More background image can be added on request.
  • The slide speed and style can be defined
  • You can turn on/off the autoslide feature and the timer for auto slide
  • You can slide the background as well as the main images (The amount of slide can be adjusted or turned off)
  • You can show overlay Text on each image (text supports html for better styling)
  • You can link each image with a custom link
  • You can adjust the position of the overlay text for each image
  • You can adjust/override different CSS style right from the module parameter
  • Almost no chance of Javascript conflict (doesn't matter if you use jQuery or Mootools or something else. It will run independently).
  • You can insert the module in an article with Modules Anywhere