Cinch Slideshow is a simple and versatile responsive slideshow. We built this widget from the ground-up to work seamlessly in responsive Muse – drop it once and resize as needed across any breakpoint.
Choose from fullscreen, full width, and constrained views. Custom options include captions, pagination, autoplay, transition control and more. Swipe control is automatically applied to small breakpoints for touch devices.
Widget Compatibility: Highly Compatible (No known issues when combining with other MuseThemes widgets)
Current Version: 2.0
Supported Devices: Desktop, Tablet, Phone
2.0: Fixes load issue seen in the first couple slides on layouts below 960px (08/17/2017)
1.9: Fixes slideshow inconsistencies sometimes seen in Internet Explorer (07/28/2017)
1.8: Increased available Slide Transition Speed range (05/25/2017)
1.6: Optimized performance in Internet Explorer and Edge browsers (01/19/2017)
1.5: Fixed bug causing images to stack after page reloads in IE and Edge browsers, fixed bug causing nav dots to become displaced in IE and Edge browsers (11/11/2016)
1.4: Adds custom prev/next buttons, placement of caption (10/21/2016)
1.3: Multiple bug fixes: pinning issue, device orientation bug, and layout/appearance issues seen in IE and Edge browsers (08/19/2016)
1.2: Added linking ability to captions, slideshow now supports 20 images instead of 10 (05/04/2016)
1.1: Fixed issue restricting scrolling, fixed "missing files" error message, and fixed word wrapping issues in caption headlines (03/11/2016)
1.0: Adds collapsible panel functionality and support for responsive Muse
Drag the widget from the library and drop into your project in Design mode.
The widget container controls the size of the slideshow when previewed or published. For fullscreen display, set the widget to 100% width in Design mode and make sure to set the Display Mode to Fullscreen in the Slideshow Settings section.
Use the Slide Setup sections in the widget option panel to load all of the images into the slideshow.
Every single slide has an option for it’s own custom caption and link. Enter your caption and link information In the Slide Setup where you add your image files. Make sure to enable each image and caption you wish to use in your slideshow.
The Caption Mode parameter in the Slideshow Settings section sets the positioning of the captions for all slides.
Use the Slideshow Settings section to set transition styles, timing, navigation settings, etc.
Finally, use the Slideshow Styling section to style up the slideshow and caption text.
Commonly Asked Questions
Is there a way to add links or thumbnails to slides?
Yes! We've added linking abilities in version 1.2.
I've enabled the "Fullscreen" setting in the widget options panel, but the slideshow isn't previewing fullscreen in the browser.
The widget also needs to be set to full browser width in Muse design mode in order to display fullscreen.
Captions are always shown unless disabled in the Caption Mode dropdown in the Slideshow Settings section in the widget option panel