Follow these steps to set up an image element like the one on the Tulane home page where a different image is displayed each time the page is refreshed. Prepare your images and captions, if desired, before you begin:
Click to insert a new element >> Image Elements >> Photo_Gallery.
Click to define the Photo_Gallery element to open a form where you can enter your images and captions. You can upload your images as you populate the gallery; or, if they have already been uploaded to the CMS, find them in the Gallery.
If you are adding captions, paste the caption text in the Alternate Image Text (Flyover Text) field for each image as well as in the caption field on the gallery form.
Click the gear for the gallery element and choose more. Then go to Custom Render Handlers and select "Single Random Image." Now, one of the 10 images you entered will be displayed each time a user visits your page.
If you see a blank space where your rotating images should be, check to be sure that you have 10 images in your gallery element and that your caption text does not contain apostrophes or quotation marks. If you are not seeing your images in Internet Explorer, check to be sure that the images are 72 dpi and in RGB color mode. Image files should be in jpg, gif or png format.
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