Image / Text - Sliding Semi-transparent Text Layer Over A Thumbnail Image When Hover
Jul 5, 2009
I've been looking all over the place in order to find a script like they use on Foliostars, where you see a sliding semi-transparant text layer over a thumbnail image when you hover. how to achieve this using JS or an Ajax framework (preferably JQuery)?
I am very new to jQuery and am trying to learn by incorporating and editing things I have done in tutorials into an actual website design.
The problem I am having is how to get some text to slide down from behind an image after it is clicked. So for instance; I'd have an image which says "Things to do" or whatever then when the image is rolled over/clicked some text will slide down from behind the image with links to pages of different things to do.
I think it might be something like what was done in this tutorial: [URL]..but that tutorial uses two images rather than an image and a div with text in it which is what I am trying to achieve.
I have 7 links that need an image to change on hover. I can get it to work for the first, but not for the rest. The code I'm using is:
Then: <IMG SRC="load.gif" name="img0"> --------------------------------------- However, I've tried adding img1 etc etc with different src but disables the whole function.
personal website I am modifying for a friend. He basically has a list of links such as:
Home Blog Pictures Links
What I want to do is that whenever you roll over, say, "Blog", an image appears to the right of the links (the image will be a small screenshot of what the blog looks like). When you roll over "Pictures", a different image appears in it's place.I already know how to do this when rolling over images, but not rolling over text. I used document.getElementById and just set the src to the image, but how do I do this when I just have text to roll over?[URL]
i have been trying 2 days to get it to work! basically the 3 image locations are in Variables in PHP
$piclocation1 $piclocation2 $piclocation3
I am trying to see if the following can be achieved using Jquery I need to create a thumbnail gallery, where when a user hovers over any thumbnail image they would get an option to download the image either in High or Low resolution. Something like how you see in the below mockup.
I use sprites for rollover effects so the hover attribute just changes the background image position. Everything works cool with the rollovers. What I would like to do, is make a text link that when rolled over will change a separate background image to it's hover state. I should add, that the the rollover image has it's own div and is separate from where the text link is located. To get a visual you can check the website [URL] In the body section I would like to make each of the dark red section titles a link that when rolled over will change the hover state of the corresponding "more" button.
I have a div column that has my projects that scroll vertically on each page. I want to have a functionality where I can have the user hover over the image on the left and a column beside that will appear some text that describes the project. That text would change when they hover over a different project. I don't know where to find this kind of thing.
i have been tasked to create a web page that includes a fading background. (It must become semi transparent once the page has loaded,and remain until a new page is selected. I want to use a similar concept to: [URL]. However instead of fading out to black, i need it to fade out to white (between 10-15% image opacity). I would also need a similar central, transparent, scrollable frame/div (where each page will load up within and like the above link,i need a different background image to each page.
For a college assignment, i have been tasked to create a web page that includes a fading background. (It must become semi transparent once the page has loaded,and remain until a new page is selected. I want to use a similar concept [URL]. However instead of fading out to black, i need it to fade out to white (between 10-15% image opacity).
I would also need a similar central, transparent, scrollable frame/div (where each page will load up within and like the above link,i need a different background image to each page.
I have gotten my script to do exactly what I want it to do with one exception. I have some thumbnail images that people can mouse over and the actual image is 100px by 75px. That is what I use for my thumbnail and they reside in www.website.com/images/thumbs/image1.jpg. I have the large version of the image that resides in www.website.com/images/image1.jpg. Its actual size is 640px by 480. When I mouse over my thumbnail, I don't want the thumbnail to appear for the larger image, I want the large image to appear instead? Let me know if you need ellaboration.
I am trying to put together a purse shopping site - I would like to have the various views of the same purse in thumbnails under one image then when the customer clicks on the thumbnail the larger image will go into the viewing area. The general layout is like this page - [URL] So when someone clicks on the smallest image I would like it to replace the other image on the page and the larger image becomes the thumbnail. How is this accomplished?
I'd like to have something similar to the rotating images and text on my website. The website that I would like to mimick is: [URL]
I am having an transparent image and that image having image content at the right most corner of the image. Is there any way to get the offset of the image content(Actual content of the image) in Jquery.
i saw this nice image fades on the nivo slider >>how are these part transparent tile-fades made?and is it possible to cut out a transparent static part from a JPG with jQuery?(like a rectangle part on the JPG is transparent made with jQuery)
In my opinion, if there is an issue with this, shouldn't jQuery intercept and wrap the call to something that does work in Webkit? Again - this is not meant to be negative, but as an end-developer, I think I should be able to rely on same behaviour of all methods provided in the jQuery library, regardless of what browser/version is being used. (or perhaps at least document it in the api docs?)