- Liteshow version 1.0 Beta3 (.zip, 49 KB)
Released August 30th, 2007
Includes a sample gallery (without pictures), and an example.html file to see how to include it in your website.
- Liteshow version 1.0 Beta2 (.zip, 49 KB)
Released August 8th, 2007
- Liteshow version 1.0 Beta1 (.zip, 49 KB)
Released August 6th, 2007
- Liteshow Version 0.9 (.zip, 80 KB)
Released in February 2007
Liteshow 1.0 Beta3 - August 30th, 2007
- Feature: Added possibility to only display a single image without creating an XML for it. Just use an image file with path as the first parameter of the init function.
The title for that image is taken from the second options object with the "singleImageTitle" parameter.
- Consistency: The first parameter for the init function now needs a ".xml" ending for the gallery file, ID names without xml endings still work but are deprecated now.
- Consistency: Renamed "loading image" to "throbber" and outsourced into its own object so it does not get inherited as it is a single instance on the page
- Bugfix: If a single image is in the gallery, the Browse button is not displayed.
Liteshow 1.0 Beta2 - August 8th, 2007
- Fixed background issue with IE 6, where the overlay did not work at all
- "overflow" CSS settings in HTML or BODY are now taken in account, which will disable scrolling while Liteshow is started
- Minor cosmetic issues
Liteshow 1.0 Beta1 - August 6th, 2007
- Bugfixes for displaying in IE, Firefox and Safari/Konqueror
- The bottom controlset was removed. This makes the whole look and feel nicer and cleaner.
- We got rid of the slider to change the timer speed since a lot of people thought you can slide through the images.
- Added icons from free iconset "Greyscale" (see Resources for link)
- CSS adjustments
- Architectural Changes
- Implemented a global "LiteConfig" object for storing page-wide config directives
- Since the navigation is now part of every item, the DOM structure changed
- The XML now needs to include the full path / URL to the images that should be loaded
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