The objective is to have an image fade to another one progressivly while the mouse is over, when its not it fades back to the original, whether or not it faded to the target completely or not. That is, if it takes 1 second to fade completely to the other image, and you take your mouse off it at 0.5 seconds, it will begin to fade back to the original. I have a problem where I want to give this ability to multiple images (thumbnails) on a page, without having reams and reams of code and instead just have one function accomadate any number of images.
Im looking to have an image clip transition down to not being visible than when that transition is finished have the same image visible through a .png transparency window that moves up and down with the mouse. Ive got the clip transition to work but the problem comes in that the img. under the .png moves with the mouse before the other is completly invisible. And i have other problems with the code as well but i figured i would try and figure one thing at a time.
The first script would be... on page load. Thus on load waite 5 seconds then swap an existing image to another by a fade transition. The second option or script would be onMouseOver fade image1 to image2 via a fase transition. The mouse over action would be with a image graphics. At the same time changing the onMouseOver graphisc as well. The third script would be onClick (the image graphics) to fade transition image2 to image3. onMouseOut restore to image1 A second button graphics would be identical, but would change image2 to image4...etc
I am running into an issue with gallerific plugin where I would like to be able to run code to get the height of the currently displayed image directly after it has finished transitioning onto the page. So for example when the script completes the load of the first image code would run to get it's height, and then each time the user navigates to an image, once the transition to the new image completes get it's height. It seems like all the currently available options to run code happen before the new image is displayed.
Does anyone know how I could accomplish this? I did a lot of running through the code in firebug with breakpoints but can't seem to figure out where the actual image transition completes and the attributes of the new image are available for retrieving. I was hoping maybe someone has done this already or has a lot of experience with gallerific and can point me in the right direction.
I am using the Cycle plugin for image slideshows, and I am working on one that also displays a title for each slide with a link. The issue is that the title swaps a little after the image swaps, so there is a delay. Here is my code:
I've implemented a photo gallery using Galleria and jCarousel on my site, and have chosen to use custom thumbnails instead of having Galleria generate them for me from the source images.
As far as I can tell, there may be an advantage in conserving bandwidth with this method, but the page also degrades to a nice set of thumbnails that link to the larger images (which is very nice, IMO).
Everything works beautifully, however when viewing this gallery for the first time, instead of the large image fading in nicely as it does in the Galleria demo, it almost kind of "slides" the image into view like it's rendering pieces of it as it loads in the container. This is definitely an effect i would like to avoid, but I also thought that one of the benefits of Galleria was that it pre-loaded images in the background, right?
So why does my gallery appear to be loading these images "on-demand"?
Doing my own fitness bootcamp site and want to fancy up my front page. My front page loads a picture and I want it to load like flash. What could I do? I have all the Adobe Software, just don't know how to use it.
I looking for a simple function that would take 2 strings of text (one that's already on the screen, and another that I'm passing in) and do a little fading/transition from one to the next. I'm not looking to do any color changing or any of that fancy stuff.
I'm attempting to create a mini slide show of rotating image. I'm using jquery cycle lite: [URL] and png fix [URL]. I've used both before and don't seem to conflict with each other. However, in previous incarnations I was applying the cycle to a set of inline images. This time, I'm attempting to cycle through a set of DIVs using background images. [URL]. (See the image in the upper left with the colored border). As you can see, it works fine in Firefox. In IE6, it works, but the PNG transparency flickers on and off. In IE7, the entire image flicks on and off. Either with these particular plugins or another combination?
Is it possible to fade the transition between switching one CSS to another? I am currently using jquery style switcher to get the transition. I am also using prototype/ scriptaculous to make div fields appear and fade in a duration of 0.5, and would like to time the CSS transition to be in sync with the div transition. Please see link below to see the website that I am building and current CSS and div transition timings: [URL].
I will have a group of 20 items and the user will be able to select up to three of them. After clicking a compare button, it would load a video for each item and play them back one right after another, seamlessly with no transition.
Is this possible using JQuery? Would a plugin be needed?
I've gotten accustomed to using coda slider 2.0 to do some cool interactive sliding elements on my pages. However, i need something similar that will fade instead of slide. I've searched all over their home forums and it seems like no one there has an answer for how to implement the change in the current codaslider infrastructure.[URL].. I need something that has all the functionality of coda slider (easy transitions, div's containing lots of content- both images and text, forward/back buttons, autoplay) but with a fade transitions
I'm new to jquery and am experimenting with implementing it into my existing work. I've got the cycle plugin working pretty well, only the 'turnDown' transition I want to use only appears to work on images. All other transitions seem to work fine with both content and images. I've done loads of searches on this but can't find anything specifically related to this...
Below is a link to where I'm at with it - the first 2 transitions are images and work as expected, giving that 'squashed' look as they slide in and out. The next 2 are divs, with an image, heading, and a paragraph inside - they seem to just 'drop' out which has a completely different effect and not what I want [URL]. Is there something in the plugin code itself I can tweak to make this happen, or is this particular transition intended for just images?
I am trying to create a slideshow like the one on this site: [URL]
I'm trying to make a customCycletransition. I want the slide to scroll left or right and simultaneously fade in or out to be revealed or disappear. To handle both directions in one transition I'm basing it on the built-in scrollHorz transition, which looks like
I've been running this test cycle plugin slideshow now for over a week..[URL]..but starting today all of a sudden am getting this error in Firebug console: [cycle] unknown transition: scrollHorz ; slideshow terminating even if I switch to transition:'none' I get error: [cycle] unknown transition: none ; slideshow terminating I haven't changed anything, I don't get it[URL]..