jQuery - Scrolling browser Window. I have two demos of scrolling page content with jQuery.
This one - [url] is scrolling the contents inside a container and it works as I wanted on Mac/PC
I need the same effect as above but I need to scroll the whole browser window.
I have a demo here - [url]
Problem here is on the Mac the transition are jumpy and it seems to flash the first yellow div before sliding up or down. Testing on a PC it will slide down but won't slide up. How can I get the whole browser window to slide up and down with a smooth transition.
I'm the Webmaster/Designer for a Private Sector Company Intranet.
Now without exaggeration we must have the most IT-apathetic staff in the world even though they all work on PCs every day!
Anyways I've been trying to get them to bookmark the Company Intranet Site as their homepage for months to no avail.
Bits and pieces get posted to the Intranet Site all the time and once a month I post a Team Brief which contains a lot of very pertinent and important information for the staff.
Obviously smething that will not flag up a User "Do you accept?" permission.
im searching for a plugin/code example for text scrolling. I got some text in a <div> if text is longer than for example 300px it gets cut and is scrolling from start to end, stops for a second and then scrolls back, stops and all over, and if its not long enough than 300px then just displays normaly. Something similar to the Song name scrolling inin anyMP3 player.
However, it is only for IE users. Since Firefox is probably the most common browser nowadays, does anyone have a script that works on both browsers? Or tell me if its possible to modify it for firefox?
i have just built a website, sidelinesportz. I am using a news posting system with in an iframe in the middle of the home page but when ever you click on a link in that frame it stays on that same spot. But on other pages with in that iframe it goes to the top like I want it, it is just that home.php page that is the issue. I have tried different codes but I cannot get them to work.
I'm looking for a script or a direction if I want to do the following:I would like to have an image (same size as site dimensions) automatically fading out after a some seconds. When the image has faded out all underlying layout and controls must be controlable.Long time ago I had something working, but it didn't work not on all IE's. As time changes things rapidly maybe anyone have a tip or clue.
I have a feature banner on my homepage which is comprised of a banner image and 4 tab-like buttons. When the user clicks one of the tab buttons the banner image changes. This all works using the code below:
$ ( '#promo-items img' )
However, I'd like to put this on a timer so that the tabs select automatically, one after the other, and the main image changes correspondingly. The user can still manually select the tabs but the timer still loops through them too if the user doesn't select anything.
I'm looking to add a nice section on my homepage, which will act like a portfolio for recent work.I was advised to create a wordpress page to update my latest works. This does sound fine and I can work this out. Basically all I am looking for is one image and one paragraph of text per news item. I'd love to lay it out, with the left->right scrolling ability like the below link:
I try to implement a picture as a cluetip that should show up when the user touches the homepage logo. I tried different things but did not make it properly. the logo had an awful border in the colors of the links and in Firefox 3 the cluetip did not show.
I am trying to give the user the option of music on my homepage (b/c we've all found it annoying at times...perhaps most times). I have found an "onload" option for the body tag on dotnetspider.com, but it doesn't seem to be working for me.