The Widgetkit Slideshow is the ultimate image and content slideshow for Joomla and WordPress. It’s flexible, easy to customize and completely built with HTML5 and CSS3.
- Clean and very lightweight code
- 17 eye-catching transition effects
- Fully responsive including all effects
- Uses hardware accelerated CSS3 animations
- Supports HTML captions
- Swipe navigation on mobile devices
- Built with HTML5, CSS3, PHP 5.3+ and the latest jQuery version
- Works with Joomla and WordPress
Slideshow Screen Example
This is an image slideshow with the famous Ken Burns effect.
I wouldn’t trust anybody else with the security of our company’s information.Jay Atherton, Protea Group
My ex was harassing me for almost a year until Intertel traced spyware back to him.Penny Holloway, Tiger Wheel & Tyre
I knew she was snooping but I just couldn’t prove it until now. Thank you guys.Chris Lister, Aemox Safety Wear
Slideshow Default Example
This is an image slideshow with eye-catching transition effects.
- All widgets are fully responsive
- Use shortcodes to show widgets anywhere
- Clean and lightweight code
- User friendly interface
- Supports touch gestures for mobile devices
- Built with the UIkit framework
Showcase Box Example
This a content showcase using all the features from the Slideset widget as a navigation. Any kind of HTML content can be used inside the navigation.
Showcase Button Example
This is an image slideshow with some nice navigation buttons. You can place any kind of HTML in the navigation buttons.
This is a classic, tabbed slideshow. Tabs can be aligned to the left, right and center.
Tabs Bar Example
This is a slideshow with a tabbed navigation bar. Tabs can be aligned to the left, right and center.
A polygraph is what most people think of as a lie detector. The truth is, the polygraph cannot detect lies. What it does is measure and record physiological characteristics of the person being tested, commonly their blood pressure, heart-rate, respiration, and skin conductivity. These physiological characteristics change under certain conditions, such as when a person is caught out in a lie. The polygraph is only effective when used by an experienced and knowledgeable examiner, who will ask a series of carefully crafted questions so as to elicit measurable reactions.
Voice Stress Analysis
As with a polygraph, the Voice Stress Analyzer measures characteristics of the person being examined. With voice stress analysis, however, the focus is on aspects of the person’s voice during questioning. When we speak, the frequency of our vocal signal (voice) is slowly modulated to create a natural trembling. In response to stressors (such as being caught in a lie) the striated muscles surrounding the vocal cords contract and cause acoustic modifications in the frequency of that person’s voice. These changes are not noticeable by the human ear but are detectable by a Voice Stress Analyzer.
Statement analysis is a method of detecting concealed, missing, exaggerated and fabricated information in a person’s statement of facts – essentially, reading between the lines. When we knowingly make a false statement, we very often (and usually subconsciously) make adjustments in our choice of words and how those words are used. By studying the linguistic and other properties of a person’s statement (including things like grammar, syntax, semantics, meaning, structure, tone, rhythm, punctuation) a trained statement analyst can identify known indicators of deception, concealment, deflection and can highlight specific areas of interest for further investigation.
Communication analysis involves an examination of cues in a person’s communications, particularly in their responses to targeted questions concerning a specific issue. Communication analysis records both verbal characteristics (rate, pitch, volume, rhythm, intonation, and stress) and non-verbal cues (facial expressions, gestures, postures, glances, patterns of fixation, blink rate, etc) which when examined in the context of the content of the communication, can reveal deceptive and untruthful statements.
No, interrogation is not torture. It also isn’t threatening or coercive (as is typically depicted in the movies). Interrogation is about listening carefully to exactly what a person is saying, reading their body language, understanding their psychological and emotional state, and asking the right types of questions at the right time. An interrogator will use a variety of techniques to build rapport, gather information, expose discrepancies and elicit confessions.
This is a slideshow with a vertical tabbed list as a navigation.
How To Use
The Widgetkit Slideshow takes full advantage of the very user-friendly Widgetkit administration user interface. It has never been easier to create and manage all the slideshows and their different slides in one place. After you created a slideshow you can load it anywhere in your theme using shortcodes or the universal Widgetkit Joomla module or WordPress widget.