Welcome to the Highslide Editor

Create your Highslide gallery or HTML popups without coding!

1 Choose your favourite example in the General tab.
2 Optionally upload your own photos in the Image Manager (Gallery tab).
3 Change the options for content, style and behaviour to make your gallery or popups look exactly like you want.

Click Publish to download your entire project as a zip package, or upload directly to your web server.

Later on, you can find the URL to reset the Editor to your settings inside your highslide folder in a file named editor-config.txt. Your images will be deleted from our server after 30 days.

What is Highslide JS?

Highslide JS is an open source image, media and gallery viewer written in JavaScript. These are some of it's advantages:

  • Quick and elegant looking.
  • No plugins like Flash or Java required.
  • Popup blockers are no problem. The content opens within the active browser window.
  • Single click. After opening the image or HTML popup, the user can scroll further down or leave the page without closing it.
  • Lots of configuration options and scalability without compromizing on simplicity. A component system lets you strip away unused features down to a filesize of 10kB.
  • Outstanding, unconditional and free user support for both commercial and non-commercial users.
  • Compatibility and safe degrading. If the user has disabled JavaScript or is using an old browser, the browser redirects directly to the image itself or to a given HTML page.

What is the Highslide Editor?

The Highslide Editor is a graphical user interface designed to make it easy setting up a custom Highslide installation without editing code. This is not only a great help for non-developers, it also saves time for professionals who don't have to read through the API documentation to get things done.

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