Transforms an unordered list into a rotator.
The time the rotator spends on each item before automatically moving to the next. If set to 0, the rotator will not rotate automatically.
CSS Class of controls
Available default classes: round, square dark, light top, right, bottom, left, center
Can be used in combination. Eg - classcontrols="round dark bottom center"
The direction to cycle through items. Default = "forward".
Other possible values: "backward".
Sets the height of the element. The default units are pixels. include the percentage symbol % to user percentage values.
(Required) Give this control a unique id. Can be accessed in the client DOM (eg, document.getElementById('myid') or in the server DOM using [? $myid ?] or [? $('myid') ?]).
The ID of an element to use as a next button, which when clicked will advance the rotator by one position. Ensure the element exists and the id attribute is set.
The ID of an element to use as a previous button, which when clicked will move the rotator backwards by one position. Ensure the element exists and the id attribute is set.
The number of elements to show at once. Default = 1.
If true the rotator will initialize showing a randomly selected item. If false, the first item in the rotator will always be initially visible.
The animation effect when moving between two items in the rotator.
Default = "fade", other possible values: "slide".
The length of the transition. This must be less than AutoRotateTime.
Sets the width of the element. The default units are pixels. include the percentage symbol % to user percentage values.
Set to true if one of the items is a YouTube video.
Default = false.
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