autoplay: If true, this will start playing the slideshow with 5 seconds interval (default). Enter true or a value in milliseconds, like 2000 (equivalent to 2 seconds).
carousel: toggle the creation of carousel. In Photographos IV set this option to carousel: "vertical",
carouselSteps: defines how many steps carousel will take on each navigation click.
carouselFollow: This option defines if the the carousel should follow the active image.
carouselSpeed: This option controls the slide speed of the carousel in milliseconds.
dailymotion: adds player options for Dailymotion video player
debug: the slideshow script displays error messages when something went wrong. For deployment you can leave debug to off (false) to generate more generic error messages.
dummy: add a link to a default image, in case that the slideshow fails to find one.
height: sets a container height.
idleMode: options for turning on and off idle mode. Slideshows turn into idle mode after a certain amount of time. New in revision 2 : ‘hover’, this will make idleMode happen as soon as the user moves the mouse outside the gallery container, and then activate it again when the mouse enters the gallery.
idleTime: defines how long delay before the slideshow goes into idle mode.
idleSpeed: defines the animations speed when entering/exiting idle mode.
imageCrop: Defines how image will be cropped inside the container.
true means that all images will be scaled to fill the stage, centered and cropped
false will scale down so the entire image fits.
‘height’ will scale the image to fill the height of the stage.
‘width’ will scale the image to fill the width of the stage.
‘landscape’ will fill up images that has landscape proportions, but scale portrait images to fit inside the container.
‘portrait’ is like ‘landscape’ but the other way around.
imageMargin: Since images are scaled to fit the stage container, there might be occasions when you need to apply a margin between the image and stage border. This is what this option is for.
imagePan: Photographos comes with a built-in panning effect. The effect is sometimes useful if you have cropped images and want to let the users pan across the stage to see the entire image.
imagePanSmoothness; defines how smooth (and CPU consuming) the panning should be.