I've seen websites that had large flash ads that covered content on pages that, after they had run, resized or disappeared.
We want the flash to start over the copy on the page and then roll out softly when it's done playing, revealing the content below. Code:
I would like to create a "slide show" on my website's home page.
Here are some examples of what I mean...[URL]
P.S. Attached are 4 images that can be used for a "mock-up". (Just some silly jokes!)
I'm having a little trouble with 2 differentJS scripts. I have a drop down slide menu and a parralex slide gallery. Both work on separate pages and puton the same page they still work however the submenu of the slide down menu does not. if I remove the style sheet that belongs to the gallery
Then the munu works, however (obviously) the page layout goes wrong. if i remove<h1 class="title">Alex Holland Perspective</h1> the menu works however page layout goes wrong andI loose my header
I'm making a form with some fields. Once the form is submitted it updates the page with a new div containing the data entered without refreshing. Im using jquery form plugin. What I'd like to achieve is the new div(.record) to .slideDown. I guess I need to somehow specify the exact div by giving it an id or number. I'm not sure and why im here.
At the moment when i submit all of the divs(.record) are hidden with .hide, then they all slide down with .slide. Best i can understand is to hide the last div then slide down. But again.. I don't know how to specify to only slide down the last div added and not the current .record divs on the page.
I'm trying to manipulate the functions of Codaslider for a layout. What I need is the ability to use an image for slide dynamic slide navigation. I've solved the issue for dynamic hashing, however I'm stuck at modifying the HTML. I've tried a few things but I figure this is the easiest way...
I'm using jQuery cycle plugin right now, and I want to add a new slide based on the newly created image and I want to replace this slide later if the user has updated the image. I read the document of jQuery cycle, and I found it's using onBefore callback to do the job, but it's not on the fly, how could I do it on the fly?
I want to use the same button to open and close the section. How do I do this? Here is my current jquery code, as of right now when I click expandButton1 the itemContent1 section closes and then reopens immediately:
It's for a navigation on my website. I want to have the sub-categories sliding down, if you click on a parent-category. I made it and there's no problem. But I want the sub-categories to slide away with a second click on the parent-category and I don't know how to do this.
to give you an example of my code:
the html: <ul> <li><a href="#">Home</a></li> <li class="menuparent"><a class="menuparent2" href="#">Info</a>
Im a starting graphic designer, 21 yrs of age and just rolling into this webdesign industry. Ive come a long way, do have some knowledge.. but when it comes to complicated things like JS I often visit knowledgeable forums like these.
I hope I can contribute into making this community richer.
Now, Ive implemented this slide out menu succesfully before, only now it seems that ive mistaken somewhere. The menu just pops out instead of sliding out like it should.
And if you want to see a working example of how it should be look here.
Trying to learn the basics... Here is a script for three toggle buttons that each when clicked open their corresponding divs. Fine. Now how does one go about automatically closing an open div when clicking on a new 'toggler' that opens it's div? I see other posts about this very question, but I'm just not grasping the logic.
I am implementing the following example into a project I'm working on...Simple Slide PanelWhen clicking Slide Panel, the panel pushes everything down. How do you modify it so that instead of pushing everything down, it just slides down over the top of everything else?
I've been looking without success for a slide show program that will rotate web pages as opposed to just images. Am I best off just using a banner rotation script or is there something out there that is available for that purpose. The wish list is for a full page rotation ( the page uses SSI) possible fading of images in IE and being able to vary the time of each image. Asking alot?
The attached pic shows what the alignment of the icons, is supposed to look like (my nav menu is pushed down a few pixels, as well). Here is what the sliding menu is supposed to do (top right menu in the white part of the page) [URL]
What I want: An images of a phone is in a fixed position on the right side of the page. When it is clicked, a div with a phone number slides in from the right (pushing the image of the phone left with it). When the image of the phone is clicked again, it slides to the right and is no longer visible again. I've been trying this out with jQuery for a while and cant seem to get anything to work (came close once but it only worked in firefox for some reason. Good example: [URL].
Im trying to use jquery to try to do what the image shows: Its for a website made for iphone so im trying to add the slide effect. It all seems a little complicated, but ill explain: 1-The user clicks a link 2-A loading message (or image) appears Meanwhile, the new page loads on a hidden side (its a FULL page, not just a div)
I was wondering if jQuery or mootools has a set of scripts that creates a page slide effect with a stationary menu? What I mean is instead of loading a page when you click a link, all pages of the website are loaded at first, and then when a link is clicked, the corresponding page slides onto the screen. The navigation menu remains unchanged (except for dropdown menus) throughout everything. This is a perfect example of what I'm looking for: [URL] I tried to search for this but didn't come up with too many great results, and I searched the jQuery documentation and wasn't able to find a slider feature.