i have 1 div with scrollbars and another div with a table inside. when user scroll horizontal bar in div1 i want application to scroll the table header from the same amount of pixels and in the same direction. i did not find anything under jQuery about that.. :-(
1. how can i detect in which direction the scroll is done (to the right, or to the left) ? 2. how can i determine how many pixels this scrolling is about ? 3. how to scroll the table header (table tag or th tag) from the same amount of point ?
i found just scrollLeft for now and i'm not successful to use it
Alright so you have the header, horizontal menu, then content below it. The horizontal menu has to expand PUSHING the content down slightly expanding the wrapper. I'm hoping someone can help me out with this because right now it's not even horizontal. When I flip it it all breaks
What I'd like to do is use some sort of jquery plugin to make an image scroller that has a grid of images and scrolls each row and column horizontally and vertically. I'm a bit overwhelmed though and not sure where to start. I want to use fancybox for opening the image so I was hoping someone could point me towards something that would help with the thumbnail scroller?
I am using jCarousel and I am getting a weird bug. Basically, jCarousel renders perfect - however for a brief instant the carousel appears vertically and then appears horizontal as it should in IE / FF
I have created the following page [URL] where I have a number of main links and then sublinks for these. At the moment when a main link is clicked the content scrolls vertically and when a sublink is clicked eg Blue Inner Link 1 the content slides horizontally. how can I update the script so that when I click a main link the content scrolls horizontally and when I click a sublink the content scrolls vertically?
I'm wondering how to modifiy the vertical menu of superfish to let the submenu appear horizontal next to the parent menu element:123 3a 3b 3c45I just spent some hours searching on Google andplayed around with the CSSbut could not manage to fix it.
I am using both horizontal and vertical tab menu's in a single page. And on click of horizontal tab should select the corresponding vertical tab and along with the data linked to vertical data will be displayed in different div on the page. I am stuck with how to poputale these using jquery.
jqPlot is an open source plotting plugin for jQuery. The 0.6.2 release adds many new features including: Rotated axis text. Vertical and horizontal bar charts. Automatic trend line computation. Data point highlighting. Cursor tooltips showing data and grid position. And many other features.
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jqPlot is built from the ground up as an extensible and plugable plugin. Handling of data, drawing of plot elements, events, virtually everything is handled by a plugin. This means you can enhance or swap out core functionality without touching the core code.
I'm using Jquery to power my horizontal scrolling portfolio site.[URL] I have a problem that on a smaller browser window elements becomeverticalscroll-ableand id rather it force you tore-sizerather then break the design. Using the basic CSS Overflow:Hiddenisn'tan option because it then sticks the horizontal scrollbar wherever the end of your page loads at, making anuglybar across the middle of largerresolutionscreens. I used a mootools approach thatremovesonly one of the scrollbars, but mootoolsdoesn'tplay nice with jquery in this fix.
Has anyone tried to attempt this? or am I just banging my head against a problem andover complicatingthis? I could always just make the page elements smaller, but liking my big photo presentation.
Oh and I dont mind about compatibility with IE6, im in the graphic design business, all the people im showing this too have a more modern browser or use the 64-bit IE.
I have to develop a vertical image scrollbar where 5-6 images will be displayed at a time and up-down movement will be controlled by arrows. I searched alot over net but didnt found exact result. either images were scrolling automatically or they were controlled by the position of mouse-cursor. Also I found script where single image comes on screen at a time (slideshow kind)which was controlled by up-down arrow.
I'm trying to get horizontal scroll to work on my website. Basically view click on the arrow images and the images would scroll left and right. However I can't seem to get it to work correctly. What am I doing wrong? So very confused right now.... Website in question: [URL]
I need to present information in a horizontal format so that someone can look across a page and identify an objective with an activity just like an Excel spreadsheet (but it needs to be database enabled)
It would be useful to be able to 'freeze' the objective column and scroll the other columns horizontally. However I am not sure how to do this. Should I use JS, CSS or iframes. Can anyone suggest how this is done?