Supersized jQuery Plugin
Documentation can be found on the official project page: http://www.buildinternet.com/project/supersized/
*** Changelog ***
3/15/11 - 3.1.3 Update (All editions)
*Added fix for images on IE failing to resize when loaded (update supersized.3.1.x.js)
3/11/11 - Supersized 3.1.2 Updates (All editions)
*Added option for random slide order *Updated min_height and min_width performance
3/5/11 - Supersized 3.1.1 and Supersized Flickr 1.1 Updates and Fixes
*Smoother slide transitions (no longer uses the slide function) *Files "effects.core.min.js" and "effects.slide.min.js" are no longer required *Fixed overlapping images when sliding *Fixed image resizing for slideshows with only 1 image *Path for navigation button images is now defined in options *Added option for basic JS image protection against right click/dragging *Random start slides now possible in Slideshows (0 is random) *Updated default #supersized-loader CSS and animated GIF to work better on light and dark backgrounds
2/27/11 - Updates to project page and licenses
*Supersized 3.1 is licensed under either the MIT or GPL License *Demos and documentation can now be found at the project page (http://buildinternet.com/project/supersized)
2/26/11 - Supersized 3.1 and Supersized Flickr 1.0 Released
*Complete rewrite of the Supersized script *Added image rendering for faster transition speeds on FF and IE *Dynamic image handling (no longer relies on predefined ratios) *Unobtrusive backgrounds - you no longer need to wrap your content in a special div. *Many options added, including fit to screen, keyboard navigation, transition speed, and more. *Created seperate script specifically for Flickr - can pull by user, set, or group. *API Key is needed to use Supersized Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/services/apps/create/) Expect updates to the project page, demos, and a corresponding announcement post on Build Internet. **If you are upgrading from a previous version, the structure has changed - I will post how to go about this when I do the corresponding post.
2/11/11 - Supersized Core files updated with reduced code, cleaner file structure, and dynamic image proportions.