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Binding to a Folder

To bind an image slider to a folder, set the ASPxImageSliderBase.ImageSourceFolder property to the path that takes you to the folder containing images. The corresponding thumbnails are created automatically.

How to specify image folder at designtime

How to specify image folder at runtime

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