I have a Cycle Plugin carousel of 20 product thumbs split into 4 slides of 5 thumb images each slide. This scrolls horizontally forwards and backwards with left/right navigation. This carousel is situated below the products being displayed. The user can navigate forwards and backward through these 4 slides, however, when they pick a product to look at the carousel always resets itself back to the first slide. How can I set it so that when an image in one of the 4 slides is clicked and we move to that product's page, that slide stays active when the page loads? It's annoying to have to scroll back through the 4 slides to find the one that had the active product on it.
Click on the thumb and get the image. However, it doesn't work in the newer browsers IE8 & Firefox. Chrome, Opera, and IE 7 work fine. I'm looking for some suggestions. There is also an external page and a page of functions which I can't tell if they relate to this. I would be happy to post them as well if needed.
I've found a post regarding this issue but it's a little bit different this time.So I've created a .php script which creates some galleries where users can click them and browse their respective photos. It works like a charm in Chrome and FireFox, but IE doesn't like it.With this code:
When I click on the gallery thumb it should open the first photo in fancybox and browsing through the gallery should by peanuts. And it is, but with IE just opens the .jpg in a blank page without fancybox. The strange thing is I've used the same script approach in another website and the fancybox works just fine with IE too. So why doesn't in this case?
I have a ajax program on a page on website A. And I need to let it talk to a program on website B. I tried to put website B into the url of the parameter but it doesn't work.It gives me a "[objet XMLHttpRequest]" error.here is the code on website A:
I'm trying to code a feature for my website using DHTML where the person viewing the website can rotate between viewing the positive/negative points of the website being reviewed. This example was in the publication called Using HTML 4 by Lee Anne Phillips. Code:
I want to use a jQuery Lightbox for our new Web Site. I would like to have one lightbox where there is a large text sidebar on the right side describing the project represented by the slideshow. I would also like to style the text in the text box with Web Fonts if possible
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
I have been trying to discover why the first() and last() methods are not working in my jQuery 1.2 nor 1.3 tests. After searching for a while, I found the alternative way with filter() and eq(), but I still wonder why none of those methods work.
The API documentation [URL]... states that they are available since 1.2, but they won't work, I always get a "not a function" error. I also found a tracker entry [URL].. discussing the need for them, but nothing is clear from it.
What makes this easy is I'm trying to replicate an existing website: BT's Personal Site
The menu of Packages / Phone, etc is very nice. Not only does the menu auto scroll, but also reacts to mouseover in a lovely manner (thereafter going back to auto scroll if there is no user input).
I've spent the afternoon going through all of JQuery's plugin library but I couldn't find something similar. I found individual scripts that I could use to mirror the auto rotate, but that meant integrating the rollover wouldn't work. Anyone got ideas on how to implement this?
A pre-existing script would be great if there is one(!) Otherwise, real simple advice as I'm a bit of a noob to jQuery. If there is no pre-existing script or the alterations will take a bit of effort, I'm happy to compensate if there is an expert for hire (depending on rates obviously!)
I am a novice jQuery user and I was assigned a job to create an interactive map for a website. I want to make a simple nap, but I have no idea where to start. I am trying to make a simple map (as attached) so when a user comes to a homepage, the map would be visible. Then when the cursor is rolled over the map, different states appear in different color and when clicked, the user is taken to another page. Sounds simple, but I cannot find any useful info.I do not want anyone posting any codes, I want to try to do it myself.
I'm doing the design update work for a previous site, and it's done except for one thing. I want a slideshow to be on the homepage, specifically the plugin Slider Pro. I have put in the shortcode and yet the plugin does not display. Also the navigational buttons do not animate with Jquery. Strangely if I test a Jquery code in the header displaying an alert it works. I have tried disabling all plugins except for the slider one to no avail. [URL]
My website has a pretty comprehensive CSS. I'm now using jQueryUI tabs on my site but the typeface within tabs look different than the typeface used throughout my site. How can I get jQueryUI tabs to use the same font type/size as the rest of the website?
I use Serif WebPlus X5 to design my website and found that the datepicker tool is perfect for my needs. However, I need six different datepickers on the same page working independently of each other for purposes of reserving one or more of 6 different day activities.
Getting a single datepicker to work on the page was easy enough. I copied and pasted the remaining 5 but the trouble now is to get the coding right for each one to work on its own. I know where and how to change the code of the page, I just don't know which code and what to insert or change.
We have one website [URL] it will open in only IE not in any other browsers. When it will open in other browsers it will shows source code. I have to make changes in it so that it will open in all the browsers.
I would like to add a fundraising progress bar to a web site. Searched here for code. Perhaps I was using the wrong terminology, but couldn't find anything. I don't want a thermometer look - prefer a horizontal bar.
been looking for a solution to this one for a couple of days, with no luck, I downloaded an under construction template from herethat incorporates keith wood's countdown timerjquery plugin. Its a perfect template for my site. Trouble is i just can't find a way to adjust the timer. it works fine, without adjusting any of the code but it's default display reads that there's 500+ days estimated to launch. As it's for my business website i don't want people to be put off visiting again, so i wanted to adjust the timer to just a few days. (i.e estimated time of launch 3 days, 72 hrs, however many mins & secs)