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Technology news, blogger tips & tricks and useful articles available at your fingertips! Since Windows 8 has been released by Microsoft, many software developers work hardly to update their software to be compatible with the new version of Windows. Although Windows 8 has its own screen capture (Windows + PrtSc), but  it is good to have another freeware screen capture program. You can find many commercials screen capture programs on the market, but I would like to recommend a freeware program, thus you don’t have to spend any single penny to use it. When I browse through the internet, I found a Screenshot Captor by donationcoder.com. The new version of the software has just been released to support Windows 8. It is worthy to give a try. Below is the screenshots of the software. If you notice, the GUI for the software is quite old school, it uses windows classic’s title bar. However it does not effect its functionality. In order to capture an image, you must know what type of image and the combination keys such as: First of all go this link, and download the software. After you finish installing it, you need to request a serial key. You can obtain it for free by registering yourself at the website here or you can choose not to register. But the serial key will last only for six months and then you must visit the website again and request a new key again. What are you waiting for? Grab this opportunity to support freeware software. Why spend your money if you can get it for free? BLOG_CMT_createIframe('https://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html');



Thank you so much for this tutorial, I could finally add it to my blog! However, I wonder whether it's possible to make it only appear on the home page, and not on the actual blog posts. Is that possible, if so, how can I do that?Thank you in advance!A Christmas present for you, Fashion En Vie!I added an addendum to the post above to show you how to do it. Be careful when you do this - the code must be right and can cause issues if you make a mistake. My Static Home Page blog has the example running. Be sure to backup your template first using my earlier post tutorial.Good luck!- Don JamesWow! I took a quick look at your blog - wonderful design!!! Well done!! I love it!Merry Christmas!Fantastic. its really works. thanks for the Great post.I just installed this slider image banner on my site www.cleverlending.com but it is not working in Safari or Firefox, only in Chrome, any idea why this would be? It just shows up as an empty banner in Safari and Firefox. Your help would be appreciated.Thank you.Hi Clever Lending!I'm stuck on an another issue right now but will take a look sometimne this weekend to see. Did you check my Static Home Page sample to see if my example is working on Firefox and Safari?? I know it works for me.- DonHi Laura,I took a look but can't find the page where you placed the slider. Are you sure the links to your images are the full URL links? Also, make sure the images are scaled to the right size - they can't be too large. Great use of the static home page, though. Nicely done!!!Let me know how I can help.- DonHi Laura,Turns out the custom Blogger Slider problem was mine! Custom domains were the problem and it is now fixed in the tutorial. If you haven't done this yet please take a look!Sorry!- Don This comment has been removed by the author.Hello Don! Thank you for your great work about this how-to. As my home-page is not a static page, I used only second line of condition (checking the page name). Unfortunatelly, now slider has disappeared from the whole blog. Could you tell what's wrong? (vikna.od.ua)Hi Igor!I'm looking to see where on your page the slider should be - do you have any more information on where I should look on the page? Was the slider on your home page??- DonFor me, all I get is a white screen.... Started from scratch and no availSorry to hear that, DAndre!Make sure your image links are correct and that the images themselves are uploaded to your blogger site. Otherwise let me know what webpage to look at and I might be able to help you.- Don@Dandre : I too got the same problem and when i rechecked, then I found my mistake that I uploaded the wrong file. We are supposed to upload a file with .Js extension and I uploaded the one with .Css extention, that resulted in that white screen!I fixed it and now the slider is working perfect !Hi Don,First, thanks so much for your resources and for your reply. Basically, I run a flight simulation blog called AirDailyX.com which generates about 200,000 hits a month. I am using this old non jquery slider but I can't change anything about it and it's quite boring... I have set up a test blog for things like this and I am happy to give you full access if you want to have a look. At this point, I followed all your directions and the result I have now is all of your slider images show as static and non rotating. Here is the address to my test blog: skydailyx.blogspot.comI must have missed a step in there somewhere but cant find it. I did not add my own images yet.Thanks you so much again Don! If you would link admin access to have a look, visit my blog you will find my email address there at the very bottom of the page.Thanks you again!D'AndreHey D'Andre,First thing I noticed was that the Javascript link for your slider was wrong in your template:src='http://sites.google.com/site/airdailyxnewsbreaker/slider/js-image-slider.css?'the extension shouldn't be .css? but .js like mine here:src='http://sites.google.com/a/bloggertipspro.com/mediafiles/mp3/js-image-slider.js'I think that will fix your problem!Let me know if it works.- DonHi Don,Okay some progress. I dont have that blue download arrow so I was clicking properties on the provided download and the above mentioned URL kept poping up. So this time I saved target as: and pasted that URL into the browser bar and the correct URL pasted. It seems to be working somewhat. I'll report back when I have everything worked out.D'AndreOkay, finally everything is working perfectly!! Thanks so much again for your help Don! Now on to customizing!Good news!! Glad its working!!Hi Don,I love this slider and its really easy to install.The slider was ok when i install it on my site until my visitor start viewing the site but the slider is not showing.The strange thing is, I myself can view it on my side, but not others.and i realized it only work if i logged in to my site. blank slides when signed out. Help? Here's my site http://www.kraftypalette.com/Hi Ida!!It's working for me - were you able to figure this out yourself? I'm assuming you're talking about your home page.Let me know!- DonHi Don!Yes it is my homepage.I tried using a different tutorial from this sitehttp://www.helperblogger.com/2012/07/javascript-image-slider-for-blogger.htmlits much simpler and works wonder except i cannot use my own hosted js.(because i need to change the slider style etc)tried replacing the js. script from this tutorial (yours and mine) but to no avail. i guess the way is different? any comment?Hi Ida,Not sure what happened with the tutorial for you. Sorry it didn't work out. - DonHey Ida,We did figure out the problem - if you want to revisit it the tutorial is updated with the fix (has to do with custom domains)Hi Don thanks for such great tutorials, ive only been using blooger 3 days and i have got to understand so much from your site already. i have basic code understanding, but im no expert. Im stuck at this particular point.your code is this so im guessing i have to tweek it to my own title and page name ? ive tried this and i few other things and the slide show disapears ? The code is basically saying if your called title name "xyz" and have page name "xyz" then show the slide show right ? i have put "homepage" instead of home-page as when i used - , i got page does nt exist earlier in your tutorial missing the - made it work.my sites is http://vitessendesign.blogspot.co.uknot much on their a part from the slide show and some tabs just thought better to get a frame work sorted first then get more stuff on site later.If you could tell me where to go right id be very greatfullthankyou Don hi don when i give an example of the code not working for me it. does not publish it . i am not sure why ? what can i do to explain my problem better to you ?thanks for your timeHi Daniel,Yes, I see that your example code is missing. I think the best thing for you to do is to create a test blog and walk through the tutorial very slowly, step-by-step. From your question I think you're referring to the Addendum section on limited the slider to the home page. Were you able to successfully add the slider first without limited it to a page?- DonThanks for your reply doni manage to work it out i had imputed all the code correctly but i also had some other if statements that would take away certain sections of the template for my static page that where interfering with the addendum part of your course. all in all it was a good exercise of debugging my code all works fine know.thank you anyways, and great tutorials danwhere do i need to make some changes in order to increase width and height of slider frame as well slider images? please do reply.I could kiss you!! THANK YOU!!!!!!!Hey James i followed each and every steps properly but still couldn't find my slider in my home page in the end, my images link are also properly given, could you please find whats wrong with my code..?We just discovered that custom domains have issues with the slider - please check this updated post!! Thanks!Hi this might be a dumb question, but can you use the same line in the head for the script on two different blogs with two different sets of photos and differing size slides?Hi Karla!Yes, you can - just have the Javascript on your Google Sites page and use that link in both blogs. The slider code will have to be in each blog with separate images.- DonIs it possible to have two slide shows or as many as you want on on the same page ? im trying but not much luck at the momentthanks in advanceHi daniel,Hmmmm......very good question - I'm not really sure. Have you checked the Menucool.com site documentation? They might know.- DonThank you very much! You helped me add a great slider in our blog http://commediama.blogspot.gr/ I will discover more in your excellent site. Thanks again!I have done well so far but when I try to do the "Addendum 2- Allowing Your Slider Only on the Home Page", I miss all my nav menu bar ?Can tou help me on addendum 2 "?Hey Don I have follow your tutorial steps by steps and have done many checking if I placed any wrong code but I didn`t find what is wrong with my slider when its stuck on the third image of the slide,,Can you help me please? I really appreciate it!!This is my blog..http:/copyforyou.blogspot.comHi Harry!Looks like it is working correctly (at least in the Chrome browser.) Let me know!- DonYeah Don, I have solve the problem!!,,Thank you very much for your consideration. by the way Don, I would like to ask a favour.If you don`t mind, can you teach us about how to apply JS Image Slider Demo 2,,The slider with the thumbnail,,I starting to like that slide,,heheYour consideration much appreciated!!Thanks Don.Hi Don,Your tutorial is wonderful. Although I have tried to use a different slider (parallax) using your methods. The background is displaying perfectly as well as the loader. But I can't see the effects, navigation buttons and the images. As your tutorial suggested, I included the .js file but there were three of them. I wonder if that's causing the problem. Please help me sort it out. Thanks. Payoshni Please help me. I have very little hair left after adding this to my page and it's still not working. The problem is the loading.gif just sits there spinning but my images aren't loading. Is it because I added them to a post and the deleted them? Can I amm the images to google sites like I did the .js file and it work that way? Sorry to bother you but I am stumped. Thanks for any help!WandaOops! I forgot to give you my blog address. www.abookloversretreat.blogspot.com Thank you!Hi Flghtlss!I took a look at your blog's template and code - it looks right. Plus, I can view your images - they are not deleted. However, I noticed 2 things - one is that your last image is hosted from 4shared.com - a site blocked for me. Try removing it. Also, you are missing the caption under the images - not sure if this makes any difference. Here is my sample just after the /div in the image list:div id="htmlcaption" style="display: ;" - it's in the sample code.Let me know if you've tried this.- DonI fixed those things Don but I can't see the images myself. All I see is the loading Icon spinning and I don't understand why. It's like the images aren't loading on my end. Any idea?Thanks for your help!WandaHi Wanda,The problem looks to be in your CSS code that was copied. There are references to the 4shared.com site for images that are download links. You need to add these images to your blog just as you did with the scrolling images and then copy the blogger links. The code in question is:/* http://www.menucool.com */#sliderFrame {position:relative;width:960px;margin: 0 auto;} /*remove the "margin:0 auto;" if you want to align the whole slider to the left side*/#ribbon {width:111px;height:111px;position:absolute;top:-4px;left:-4px;background:url(//www.4shared.com/download/Q4NMMu8s/ribbon.png?tsid=20130624-135444-870734c8) no-repeat;z-index:7;}#slider {width:960px;height:360px;/* Make it the same size as your images */background:#acd8e5 url(//www.4shared.com/download/xpFxJrkI/loading.gif?tsid=20130624-134909-53ab80cb) no-repeat 50% 50%; Move the images and chagne the url commands. That should fix the issue. - DonHi Don.Thank you for nice tutorial. Really cool stuff.It doesn't work for me. I think I'm doing something wrong and I don't know what.Any chance you could help me out?Thanks for any help.KubaHi Kuba,Any luck??Thanks.Don,I can't get the pictures to come up. I followed the steps... ARGH! Hi Autumn!I'll take a look!- Don(this is for my http://datingroads.blogspot.com.au/ blog)Hi Don!Thanks so much for this very clear tutorial!I have a question: How can I slow down the transition between the images?CheersHi Milna!It is a bit tricky - but, what you have to do is modify the actual .js file. If you linked to it from your Google Sites - you'll need to open it, modify it, and save it again. However, if you pasted the full javascript into the Blogger gadget then you must change the values there. Take a look at this link for more information:http://www.menucool.com/slider/javascript-image-slider-demo1Hope this helps!- DonHi Don,Thanks for the tutorial. I followed all of the steps, including Addendum #1, but I'm not seeing my images. I can't figure out what I've done wrong.Could you help?www.asanatayoga.comHi Alessandra!Looks like you got it working!! Let me know if you have more issues. Sorry about the delayed response.- DonHi Don,I will try to make a correct english post ;I use slider for this site I manage but images doens't.What i can forget ? Thanks for your reply ; Yours posts and tuts are very usefull !Check here : www.coach-sportif-geneve.comThanks from FranceHi don, i used this tut : http://www.helperblogger.com/2012/07/javascript-image-slider-for-blogger.htmlBut the javascript source are not in of my widget blog.I don' t find another issuewww.coach-sportif-geneve.comYou are a lifesaver! I’ve been looking everywhere for this, and am I excited! It worksperfectly! Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial!I am just meeting Don James today. I happened upon Blogger Tips Pro while looking for a fix for my Blogger project. I found this post related to sliders, but it wasn't quite what I needed. I went out on a limb and wrote to Don directly, and much to my delight, he responded promptly, and in detail. I followed his guidance and have been able to solve my slider problem. I am THRILLED and very, very grateful for Don's help. I expect that many other posts will be a great help to me along the blogging journey. Don, thanks for your kindness and generosity. Warm Regards...to a true Blogger Pro!Hi Andrea!Glad I was able to help you out! Appreciate the comments!- DonHi This tutorial really helps me a lot. Thank you so much.Hello again Don,Quick question, is there a method of having the slides appear at random each time the blog is visited or refreshed? New advertisers are concerned their slide ads will be too far back in the order to be seen. Putting them at random gives all of them an even chance. Thanks again for the enormity of your expertise! The blog had 411,000 hits for August. Your banner assistance was a huge help!Hi DAndre,I thought this would be a bit easier - but, you have to modify the javascript file in order to randomize your images. Check out the Menucool.com site for more information:http://www.menucool.com/1235/How-to-start-random-slide-Be sure to test it on a new blog first. Hope that helps!- DonHi, i use your slider script into my blog, but i find a problem in navigation bullet, i find number in my nav bullet, how to hidden it? Thanks sory for my bad englishI forgot to give my blog address, this is my blog http://wahyunusual.blogspot.com/Hi Don, thanks again for your prompt response. I decided it is time to migrate from blogger. I'm now working with squarespace. Wish me luck! If you have any pointers on how to implement the slider that would be great. Thanks again for all your help! airdailyx.squarespace.com Hey Don,My slider bar is stuck on the third picture and it won't show my fourth picture. I literally copied the code and only changed the size of the images. I don't know what went wrong.Richard,I took a look at your blog and cannot figure out why it is stopping on the third image. Your code does look correct at first glance. Could you try it again on a dummy test blog to see if you can get it working right?Sorry I don't have more info to give you. It could be a missing tag or the Menucool version.- DonThanks a Million Don!I was searching for ages for this and finally ... !!!Keep up the good work ! I will be visiting this site everyday now! I browsed whole your website and i have to say that every post is a gem!Loved it <3Hey Syed!Thanks for the comments! Hope to have even more useful info coming up in 2014.DonHi There, Thanks for this great tutorial.. im implementing it now on my website http://www.computerrepareren.net/p/home.html but i get just a white screen.. i doublechecked the js in place and the images, but cant seem to fix it.. can you see whats wrong?Hi Harm,Sorry about the delay - looks like you got it fixed. Let me know!Donreally a great work,,thank youHi Don,Awesome site. I seem to have the "white banner of death" problem. I have a custom domain, so I followed your steps to put the java code into an html widget. I wrapped the code as you instructed.I've verified that all image links work. Any idea what might be going on?survivethefirstweek.comThanks!-BrentHi Brent, I took a look and see the same issue for you. Are your images uploaded to Blogger or to some external site? Otherwise, a good test is to create a test blog and attempt the same steps again. Even with a test blog you can copy the javascript into a gadget.- DonHi Don,Images are indeed loaded to blogger. I will try the test blog when I get a free minute. Thanks for the help.-BrentTried installing this image slider myself and failed - decided to follow this tutorial instead and it worked a treat! Thankyou! :DHi, Thanks for the great ideas and explanations. I'm still in a total experimentation phase and installed the image slider ok following your directions quite a while ago (http://goannaray.blogspot.com.au). However when I've gone back to it to try and make some more adjustments (ie, image sizes) months later, I can't find the CSS that was added in the 'Customise'... 'Add CSS' area anywhere! The Slider still seems to be working fine, so I'm really unsure as to what's going on. Any suggestions on how I can now adjust some of it's settings would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.ReneeHi again,Sorry, after some further research, I finally found where the CSS had been inserted into the HTML template. Still unsure why it gets deleted from the 'Add CSS' area, but oh well. Thanks again for your ideas and easy to follow directions.Renee BLOG_CMT_createIframe('https://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html');





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