I have an emagazine i want to add to my website, the probelm is when it opens in a browser you have to sroll down the page, to view it all, what i was wondering is, is it possibe to create a link that when somebody selects to view the magazine it forces the browser to openin full screen mode so that it fits niely on the screen without the toolbars and evertything taking up half the page.
Is there any script out there that will allow me to launch a full-screen window (without any title bar) in both NS and IE? I have found scripts that work only in IE, but is there one that is compatible with NS also?
I have a j query sideshow and i want to put a link in slideshow page to view the slide show in full screen like in this site [URL] you can view the full screen by clicking the button on top right corner the problem is this site is in flash but we need this functionality in html.One more thing that i want to view in parent window not in popup or new window.
I've attempted to get Cycle to function as a full screen slideshow.I love Cycle for it's simple clean code, and easy implementation and also powerful options.However, when I resize my browser window, even with OnResize events in place, the Cycle plugin usually maintains the images at the size of the onload event.So I ask you, as a meager and humble creative who loves to do front end dev... how can we get Jquery cycle working at full screen and with browser window resize?nd while these both are interesting and very useful, the code is very strict and the galleries are a "swiss army knife" combination of things, easily broken, and a little proprietary
I need to display a set of images. NOT a slideshow that automatically changes, but a very simple display, one image at a time, that moves to next or previous by mouse click or arrow.
I can retrieve the set of filespecs in php with no problem. And I've got the setup in php to display the file, one at a time.
3. What I need is to display the image from php and have it show up in the full-screen window I created. Then it just sits there until the user presses an arrow key (or hopefully something with the mouse) to go to the next (or previous) image. Back to php for the next file and display...
Once the last image in the set is displayed I'd like to have the window I created go away, sending me back to the screen from which all that got started...
So, as far as I know, the two things I need to know are how to display an image in a particular window from php. And, how to get mouse-clicks and/or arrow keys back to php so I can use them....
I've created website with Win Media Player video clips playing on web pages including full screen view button inserted - works well on IE.
I have a page, which is actually a photo gallery with a table having 3 rows. First row shows the full screen size pic. Second row displays the Caption of that image and third row shows thumbnail view of six different images and the previous and next button.this is the sample layout:
<table> <tr> <td colspan=8>
My requirement is whenever the user click on the thumbnail view, which is in the 3rd row, the corresponding full screen size pic should open in 1st row of the table.As my photo gallery should be having more than 6 pics, lets take 20 pics, I want to show only 6 thumbnails in 3rd row at a time. Whenever user press "Next" button the 3rd row having 6 thumbnails should show other 6 thumbnails and previous button should show previous 6 thumbnails.
I am completely new to jQuery, and I don't even know how to approach or implement what I am trying to do.Before the home page of a site I've developed appears, I want the logo of the company to appear on the screen, then fade out to reveal the web page with full functionality.I also could do this be fading out the logo to reveal a static image of the home page which then could redirect to actual home page.
I"m looking for a cross-browser (Firefox 1+, IE 6+, Safari whatever+) to calculate the width of the viewable browser area. Note that this is different than the screen width, which would always stay the same value, even if you started resizing your browser.