But it have a few unnecessary features which is difficult to alter.
1. replace week/year/days in external circle with my custom text: 'My
2. I want to reduce a little rotation speed of this text. (no mouse
3. I do not need mouse trail effect at all, i want fix clock in
There is another script, but it have no rotating text wheel around
Which from this scripts is more easy to adjust for my task and could
someone show me exact code?
I came up with the idea of making the links in the back of the circle (i've got a total of 10 links), invisible and put a globe in the middle (as background) - making it look like the links in the back go behind the globe and comes back from behind it again. I've tried to do this myself with .this.style.invisibility="hidden";
I have a script that rotates text and I was wondering if there was a simple way to add 3 circles below the each text that is being rotated.So that the user can then click a different (empty) circle and bring up that text it references?Here is what I have:
I was wondering if there is any way to rotate text using JQuery function or plugin. I know how to rotate text in FF 3.5+, IE, Chrome etc. using CSS properties but it seems like it's impossible in FF < 3.5
// QUOTATIONS Quotation = '...The big brown fox jumped over the tall fence' Quotation = '...The wind is blowing cold snow across the dark black road' Quotation = '...Fall has many colors and black is not one of them' Quotation = '...the blue bird lives in the big red barn' Quotation = '....Mr. Grant really believes that the Bull’s skills, which are widespread, are utterly godlike even though he acts like he doesn’t think so' Quotation = 'Sixth quotation' Quotation = 'You can add <b>as many</b> quotations <b>as you like</b>'
var which = Math.round(Math.random()*(Quotation.length - 1)); document.getElementById('textrotator').innerHTML = Quotation[which];
I've got a series of photos rotating in sequence every few seconds. My page is here:
I've got one file called banner.js.js with the code shown at bottom of this post. In my main index.html file I have the few lines immediately below. How do I place a caption below images that changes for each photo? Most of the code I've seen to do this seems MUCH more complicated.
I wanna get all the text nodes of the children of an element. The goal is to get an array with all the textNodes in each cell of a table, without any other nodes that might ocure whithin that cell (<p>, <br> etc...)
I mean if: <td>12</td> <td>1<p>23<b>34</b>5</p>6</td> I need: var txt = new Array() txt = ཈' txt = ?'
Now I had to circle through all the childNodes to extract all the text nodes. I have build a function, but something is wrong in the code, and I don't sense what. I need soime fresh eyes, any ideeas? Where's the mistake?:
I currently create a grid of svg circles made up of rows. I can animate a circle from one row moving into another row, sorted by some attribute value. But when I use a selector to fetch all circles within a row I get them ordered by when they were added to the underlying DOM.
Is there a way, if I created a group for each row, that when I move a circle from one row and insert it into another I actually remove the svg object from one group and insert in into the other so that it's correctly positioned in the underlying DOM?
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.
Iam using Raphael and add the same question in their google group too, but they said, its jquery specific. I think, jquery doesnt found my circle. Maybe different id - handling between SVG-specific and plain DOM elements?
I am trying to create a banner rotating script. I want a random banner to appear when the page loads that can be clicked so you can visit a specific site which corresponds to the banner. I am able to get that to work.
I also want to be able to list the links to the other banners and have the banner image change when the mouse is placed on the link. I am able to get that to work too.
What I can't get to work is for the url to change when the new banner appears after the mouseOver. Code:
I have a script that rotates images every 5 seconds - the only probelm is when the page loads you have to wait 5 seconds for the first photo to load. How can I edit the code so when the page loads it starts with a photo already displayed and then starts changing photos every 5 seconds?
I am sure its a simple fix of adding an if ... else - but I am not really seeing it at the moment. Code:
I am not very good with java, but I have been trying to setup 2-4 rotating banner ads. I have been able to get one to work, but as soon as I try to add the code for the second, I only see the second ad and not the first. Can someone give me a hand?Here is my site: http://bigdogcattle.comHere is my code:
I'm trying to complete a rotating banner ad within a page I have. The rotating add has four images that rotate in three-second increments. I've got the images to rotate ok - but now I want to go one step further and can't figure out how to do it...
I want to have it so that when the person clicks on the specific ad, they are taken to a URL that is unique to each ad.
I presume I would have to surround the img tag with an href tag, but how would I reference the array to get the correct URL?? HELP.
1. Display a base image on a page, e.g. image0.jpg.
2. On mouseover that image, it begins cycling through other images while the mouse is over it - (image1.jpg, img2.jpg, img3.jpg, etc.) and continues to cycle through them over and over again while the mouse is over.
3. Onmouseout, it goes back to displaying the base image (image0.jpg).
4. Needs to support multiple instances on the same page.
This is for an index page for different galleries, so there will be like 20 images showing on the page, and when the visitor puts their mouse over any of the images, it will cycle through the preview images for that gallery.