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Add a photo album carousel
Photo album carousels are a must have feature in all business, portfolio or any website template. A photo album carousel is an interactive web element that lets users browse photos via an image slider. As a web designer, you can choose to showcase marquee images in the photo album carousels. Adobe Muse lets you add, configure, resize, and position photo album carousels on your site in a few simple steps.
Download Carousel Gallery widget
Click the Get This Widget button.
The Carousel Gallery widget is downloaded to your default Downloads folder. Depending on the browser you used to download the widget and the operating system on your computer, the Downloads folder is configured differently.
Add and configure a carousel gallery
To add a carousel gallery to a web page, do the following:
In Adobe Muse, select Window > Library to open the Library panel. If you haven't already done so, click the button, and and import the Carousel Gallery widget.
For information about downloading Carousel Gallery widget, see Download Carousel Gallery Widget.
In the Library panel, select Carousel Gallery > Carousel Gallery, and drag the widget on to the web page canvas.
Isolate and select the Carousel Gallery Widget Image Loader, and click button to open the Options panel.
In the Options panel, do one of the following:
- Click Add File and browse to a location on your computer to select an image.
- Provide a functional link of an image in the Image Link field.
Repeat the action for all the images you want to add to the carousel.
Select the Carousel Gallery widget, and click button to bring up the Options panel.
In the Options panel, enter the following:
Allow the Photo Album Carousel to scroll automatically on the web page.
Image Separation Distance
Specify the distance between images in the carousel.
Specify maximum width for the images in pixels.
Specify maximum height for the images in pixels.
Click outside the Options panel to finish. Preview the web page or the site using Preview mode in Adobe Muse or select File > Page in Browser option.