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How multiple images will be displayed one after the other?

I want to upload more than one image. But it should not display all the images on the page. The order how I Uploaded in the same way the imaged should come one by one. Like in flipkart if we see any product the images will come know one of after another without clicking and also even by clicking. 

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The best way you can do this in Confluence Cloud would be through the 'Gallery' macro: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/gallery-macro-139434.html

I'm not sure, however, if this will create exactly the feel you are going for. It seems that what you want is more a picture carousel. The paid plugin 'Handy Macro's for Confluence' allows this option, but sadly it is not (yet) available for Confluence Cloud.

The 'Image Galleries and Sliders' plugin is available for Cloud (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1213914/image-galleries-and-sliders?hosting=server&tab=overview), but also costs money, and might not give you the functionality you need.

Sadly, Confluence does not always give us all the functionality we might want, at least not for free, but I hope this gives you a better overview of the possibilities :).

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