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How can I make a slide show like the one show in the Drupal Gardens sampler page?
I'm using Zen theme on Drupal 7.

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If you mean the bullets to go to specific slides, you can do this in your view slideshow settings > top/bottom widgets > Pager > just select a field and hide text content with CSS or you can have a counter by adding an additional field to your view fields: 'Global: View result counter'

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That slideshow is rendered using the jQuery cycle plugin.

http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/

There are multiple ways to integrate this with your site. If you want to achieve it without any coding you should have a look at the views module "views slideshow"

http://drupal.org/project/views_slideshow

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Thank you! i have setup view slideshow but i can't find how can i create the slide control like Drupal Gardens slide show button. do you know how to do that? thanks. –  jone May 30 '11 at 7:49
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Drupal Garden's slideshow is done with the Rotating Banner module, but it seems it will have no further development. A good alternative, if you need a more up to date and responsive slideshow is FlexSlider.

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It must be responsive, full screen option, attach to nodes, hide and show captions, add branding logo, and make sure you can attach AND embed on the same page. Sure, done deal. Right? View user: http://drupaltwig.net/blog/how-i-customized-my-drupal-slideshow

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