Positioning - Moving Objects - Make The 'pivot' Point In The Centre Of The Image
Feb 22, 2009
I have some moving objects & they are using the top left spot of the object to 'hold' or 'pivot' off. how i make the 'pivot' point in the centre of the image. I think it is somewhere in this section of code:
I've created a page with an image of a man where a user is able to click on an area and a div is positioned at that point containing a white circle. This code works in all browsers except IE 6 where it creates a duplicate white circle beneath the one which is placed in the correct location. How to get rid of this second circle? The circle is essentially a div with a background image assigned.
I have done how to find out co ordinate(x and y axis) of a point on an image where a user clicks. But I need the opposite thing now. I need to mark a point on an image when a user gives suitable x axis and y axis co ordinate as input, how can i do this with java script?
I am creating a single column fluid layout and have run into an issue when positioning the images I display via Mike Alsup's cycle plugin. I dynamically load a "content" DIV with three other DIVs, one of which is controlled by the cycle plugin. The other two DIVs are positioned as expected, however the DIV that cycle is handling has positioning CSS added to it inline that is pulling it out of my page flow. (When I disable the cycle code the single image I load first displays as expected.) Here is the code from that particular DIV:
I have a client request I need a little advise on with an image slider.Client says;"There will be 4 photos that roll over two times each then stop on the Home Page photo then opens a text box over the left of the image"The part I'm not sure how to do is how to set the slider to stop on the Home Page image after the 4 images go through the animation two times.
I've seen several posts around this issue but nothing that seems like a definitive resolution.Cycle defaults to positioning the slides at top:0 and left:0 within the container div. I want them to be bottom:0 and left:0 within the container div.
This is a setup for a product listing within a table. I wish to move the <table> with id="item_Tbl" relative in position to the <span> id="tablerelative" so it's positioned either above or below this span.
Is it possible to join two jQuery objects to make a new object. For example... var e1 = $("#firstObject"); var e2 = $("#secondObject"); var combined = e1.add(e2); // This is the expression I'm looking for [URL]
Can someone help me get started on some browser-independent code for moving an image with the arrow keys? That is, if I press the up arrow, the image will move 10 pixels up; if I press the left arrow, the image will move 10 px left.