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The “Regular” display style allows you to choose the navigation mode – automatic with previous/next arrows, with paging circles at the bottom or without any navigation (slideshow).

You can also select between a fade or slide as your transition effect. And if you're using one of the automatic modes, you can determine the timeout interval. You can also randomize the the slides so they appear in a different order each time the page is loaded, as well as display captions for the slides (YWD will use the names of the slides for that).

Example 1

  • Display style: Regular
  • Navigation mode: Automatic, with paging circles at bottom
  • Transition effect: Fade
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    Flowers and lovers

    Flowers and Lovers

    Flowers and lovers is certainly one of the more cheerful Marc Chagall paintings. From the bright, vibrant colors, to the red bird flying by, you know this is meant to be a happy scene. Chagall stays true to form with this work, covering the canvas in energetic and inspirational colors that convey a sense of warmth and bliss.

    As is common with many Marc Chagall paintings, the image is presented in a somewhat abstract fashion, with a blurred and almost dreamlike perception of reality. 
  •  

    The Fiddler

    The Fiddler

    Most Marc Chagall paintings seem to carry a certain fanciful style, and The Fiddler is no exception. With its outdoor setting, floating objects, and vibrant, swirling colors, this painting is classic Chagall.

    As noted above, Chagall frequently raises characters up into the sky, as if halfway to heaven, in an attempt to make them appear more important, and perhaps cast them in a more favorable light than the rest of the painting.
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    Three Candles

    The appropriately titled Three Candles is one of those Marc Chagall paintings that really holds your attention when you take a close look at it. Aside from the focal point of the three candles, there are many subtle details to be found in this image, which gives it real lasting appeal.

    The young couple appears to be rising up with the angels, which reflects heavily on Chagall’s appreciation of love, and the respect and dignity that he affords it.

Example 2

  • Display style: Regular
  • Navigation mode: Manual, with both arrows and paging circles
  • Transition effect: Slide
  •  

    Flowers and lovers

    Flowers and Lovers

    Flowers and lovers is certainly one of the more cheerful Marc Chagall paintings. From the bright, vibrant colors, to the red bird flying by, you know this is meant to be a happy scene. Chagall stays true to form with this work, covering the canvas in energetic and inspirational colors that convey a sense of warmth and bliss.

    As is common with many Marc Chagall paintings, the image is presented in a somewhat abstract fashion, with a blurred and almost dreamlike perception of reality. 
  •  

    The Fiddler

    The Fiddler

    Most Marc Chagall paintings seem to carry a certain fanciful style, and The Fiddler is no exception. With its outdoor setting, floating objects, and vibrant, swirling colors, this painting is classic Chagall.

    As noted above, Chagall frequently raises characters up into the sky, as if halfway to heaven, in an attempt to make them appear more important, and perhaps cast them in a more favorable light than the rest of the painting.
  •  

    Three Candles

    The appropriately titled Three Candles is one of those Marc Chagall paintings that really holds your attention when you take a close look at it. Aside from the focal point of the three candles, there are many subtle details to be found in this image, which gives it real lasting appeal.

    The young couple appears to be rising up with the angels, which reflects heavily on Chagall’s appreciation of love, and the respect and dignity that he affords it.

Example 3

  • Display style: Regular
  • Navigation mode: Automatic, with both arrows and paging circles
  • Transition effect: Slide
  • Captions: On
  •  

    Flowers and lovers

    Flowers and Lovers

    Flowers and lovers is certainly one of the more cheerful Marc Chagall paintings. From the bright, vibrant colors, to the red bird flying by, you know this is meant to be a happy scene. Chagall stays true to form with this work, covering the canvas in energetic and inspirational colors that convey a sense of warmth and bliss.

    As is common with many Marc Chagall paintings, the image is presented in a somewhat abstract fashion, with a blurred and almost dreamlike perception of reality. 

    Flowers and Lovers

  •  

    The Fiddler

    The Fiddler

    Most Marc Chagall paintings seem to carry a certain fanciful style, and The Fiddler is no exception. With its outdoor setting, floating objects, and vibrant, swirling colors, this painting is classic Chagall.

    As noted above, Chagall frequently raises characters up into the sky, as if halfway to heaven, in an attempt to make them appear more important, and perhaps cast them in a more favorable light than the rest of the painting.

    The Fiddler

  •  

    Three Candles

    The appropriately titled Three Candles is one of those Marc Chagall paintings that really holds your attention when you take a close look at it. Aside from the focal point of the three candles, there are many subtle details to be found in this image, which gives it real lasting appeal.

    The young couple appears to be rising up with the angels, which reflects heavily on Chagall’s appreciation of love, and the respect and dignity that he affords it.

    Three Candles

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