Camera – Free Responsive Slideshow for Joomla 2.5, 3.x
Compatible with: 2.5 3.0
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Camera is a flexible and powerful, easy to use and customize Slideshow module with jQuery, that is compatible with Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.0 version. The module has lots of features which can be enabled and disabled or changed from the module parameters. The module supports up to 20 slides with images, thumbnails, videos and image captions. The slideshow works very well with mobile devices, so I highly recommend this module for everyone. You can display more then one Camera Slideshow on the same page, but enable the jQuery Library only on one module.

Embed Videos

Everything is explained in the module, except the video embed. Here is how you can add videos:

Embed Youtube Videos:
http://www.youtube.com/embed/Qjnc0H8utks

Embed Vimeo Videos:
http://player.vimeo.com/video/40882437

Use the above link patterns and make sure that the bold text is replaced with your video ID.

As usual, if you have any question or have found a bug, we are here to help. Leave a comment bellow.

Update:

February 04, 2013 – Fixed loading problem (module now loads jQuery 1.8.3 version from Google, because the latest jQuery 1.9.0 version is not compatible with Camera slideshow). Please download the new  version!

  1. Franz-Josef Bleif Reply

    Hello,

    I have installed the pop-up login module. It’s great and it works very well. Many thanks.
    Now, I will install your Camera – Free jQuery Slideshow for Joomla 2.5 & 3.0. I hae a question:
    Is this module compatible with your login module?
    Is it necessary to change something in the login module to avoid a conflict between those two.?
    Please, write me. I will wait for your answer before I install the slideshow.
    Thanks and best wishes.
    Franz-Josef

    • extension developer
      Admin Reply

      Hello Josef!
      I see that on your website the jQuery library is loaded twice. (it is loaded by default and loaded via Camera slideshow.) Deactivate the jQuery library on all modules (or extensions) and let me know if this solved your issue.

  2. Mohamed Reply

    Hi

    I have installed this module , it works fine for google chrome and IE but it doesn’t work in firefox ?
    could you please help me , how to solve this problem ?

    • extension developer
      Admin Reply

      The demo of this module does not work for you in FireFox? Why version are you using? Can you please provide a link where you are testing it?
      Maybe it is a Javascript conflict… Please provide more info.

  3. BedsBedUK Reply

    This is a great module! We don’t have difficulty in installing the module to our site.

  4. BedsBedUK Reply

    @Mohamed: mine works in chrome, firefox and in IE. The Admin must be right, it must be a Javascript conflict.

  5. karli678 Reply

    Hi, a wonderful module. Thanks. But it dosn´t work since two days. I use it in two pages. Since yesterday the pages don´t show ist.

    • extension developer
      Admin Reply

      Thanks for letting me know about this issue. Please download the new version of the module.

  6. Pablo Reply

    Hi:
    I have installed this module but doesn´t work in my web. I have seen all options but it don´t work. Which position is the correct for it?

  7. Andrea Reply

    Actually to my last comment if I activate jQuery 1.7.1 (local only) all works normal. How do you address this problem?

    • extension developer
      Admin Reply

      The module was loading the latest jQuery library from jQuery server. They have released a new version (1.9.0) and this is not compatible with many jQuery plugins, including Camera slideshow. The module was updated and now loads the jQuery 1.8.3 version from Google server.

  8. enguez Reply

    One thing I noticed is that the jQuery call must be made from the of the page, otherwise it fails to load.

    This must be done if your template uses jQuery for other functionality and to avoid the double call of the library by disabling the library call in the module options.

    Great module by the way!

  9. enguez Reply

    My last comment is incomplete, perhaps because I used an HTML tag to write HEAD of the HTML document.

    The jQuery call must be done in the HEADER if your template uses jQuery for another functionality.

    Disable the library call in the module panel…and all runs smoothly!

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