Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message.
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters.
MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view
The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.

-How to install the widget -

Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.

flex-slide.zip

flex slide.mulib

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After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.

flex-slider.mulib

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Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message.
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters.
MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view
The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.
After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.
Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message.
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters.
MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.
After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.
Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message. This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters. MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.
After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.
Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message. This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters. MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view
The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.
After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.
Flex Slide Gallery DOCUMENTATION
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the text box in all slide of the gallery. You can choose the different font for title and message.
This menu allows you to set all parameters of the slide . Select the image(btm,jpg,png), write the title and message. You can set the text colour and more parameters. MEDIA SCREEN PARAMETERS The @media rule is used to define different style rules for different media types/devices. The numbers in the table specifies the first browser version that fully supports the @media rule
The first media screen parameter set the accordion gallery view
The second and third media screen parameter set the gallery view for small device. The gallery change the form and shows only one image.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the widget file. Unzip the file. Double-click the mulib file to import it into the Library. This will launch Muse if it's not already open.
After extracting the files, click the Import Muse Library icon at the bottom of the Library Panel in Muse. Browse to the location you where you extracted the widget files. Select the mulib file.