Native Image Viewer Tutorial    
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Sep 13, 2012 07:54 AM

Native Image Viewer Tutorial

The Native Image Viewer Page is a nice feature that allows you to add images on a native page. For any image can be added an action – a link to a page inside the App, and internal URL or an external URL.

In order to add a new Native Image Viewer Page to your app, go to Edit Pages menu then click the "+" (Add New Page) button. From the list of the page types available select the Native image Viewer and click the "Create" button.

        


   Once the page is added, you are able to proceed with editing it.





     On the right side there are a list of fileds , each needs to be filled up.



1) Set up an album title;


2) Set up a number of pictures you want to have; 


3) Indicate a name for each image;


4) Set up the image directory (e.g. from resource manager or upload it from any other place);


5) Set up an action for each image (when taping on it you will be redirected to the action indicated). The action can be : a link to any page from the App, an internal URL (e.g. a link to an image or media file from resource manager) or external URL (e.g.website).



After all the fields have been completed , open the page on the device Application.


          


       Tap on the image and you will be redirected to the action that was set up.

*Note: Native Image Viewer is available only for iOS at the moment.


regards,

Victor,

SeattleClouds Customer Service Team.




Nov 02, 2012 01:24 PM

thanks.........

can i add link to my logo on html page?

how?

 



Nov 02, 2012 01:26 PM
i select my logo and i add link from the tools ,but not working


Nov 05, 2012 06:23 AM
Hi Chafik,


You need to add first your logos (or images) in the Resource Manager of your Application then use the links from the Toolbox.

best regards,
Victor. 


Nov 17, 2012 01:52 PM
Can i adjust the size and positioning of the image box?
i only want 2 image boxes (height: width = 1x:6x) larger than the default image boxes.

Thanks


Nov 20, 2012 07:39 AM
Seun,


Since this is a native page, the image boxes size cannot be modified.

best regards,
Victor.  

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