Slide Right/left Within A Horizontal Scroll Window For As Long As The Mouse-down Action Is Triggered
Jun 28, 2011
How is it possible to slide right/left within a horizontal scroll window for as long as the mouse-down action is triggered (preferably with jQuery)? Couldn't find any examples // functions to do that..
Is there a way of making a cycle slide scroll when either left or right are pressed? I've tried searching here and there and the only thing I've come across that seemed to word was [URL]. If you'll be so kind to check that page, you'll see that the script requires a link with a class to "find" where it is, that in my cycle would be .activeSlide (I think) but it does not work. As you may have guessed, im really not in my turf with js but i think the problem is that the a.activeslide is applied by cycle to the html after the keyboard script searches for it. Is there an easy way to allow keyboard navigation? I only need left and right. [Code]... Here it is working [URL]
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
I have an web application (PHP backend) where I want to initiate multiple requests to the same server (to different php functions/files) and asynchronously update the response on the page (the call back function is same for all the requests).
What is the best solution for this ? Is it better to
a) call multiple server calls from the java script file? if so Do we create multiple http objects ? can someone point me to the few examples ?
b) call one Php service and have the php fork the multiple requests on the server side. I am not sure if this can be done multiple requests be done asynchronously on the server side ? and if so how to dynamically update teh resultant page as each request finishes?
I'm creating a script which causes the page to scroll when the mouse is held down within 1/3 of the page height of the window edge. An example can be found at [URL], and is working fine in Firefox, Safari and Chrome, but not in IE. I'm 90% certain this is due to the browser's non-handling of addEventListener, but I'm not sure how to fix this...I've tried the following so far:
Is there a trigger in JQuery that occurs when the user either:1 - clicks the left mouse button and moves the mouse upOR2 - clicks the left mouse button and moves the mouse down?mouseup() and mousedown() are only for clicking the button. I need a trigger that includes both the left mouse click and movement of the mouse up or down occurring simutaneously
I'm trying to create horizontal banner slide, I want something really simple and basic, most script i find is far to complex and more like a gallery. I found this script on dynamicdrive but it is quite old, it does what i'm after but and its a big but, i can't speed it up.
How i could increase the speed of the swipe from slide to slide on this?
Im creating a website on Dreamweaver CS5, but im having a problem which im hoping someone here can guide me though. I can create a div box which slides up and down, by using the behaviours tag in dreamweaver, however, I want it to go left and right.
Theres an example of what i want on this site, on the left theres a div box which slides left and right and changed from show to hide : [url] i want a slide box exactly like the one on that site.
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?
I have a container div with two inner divs. I have one inner div visible taking up 100% of the visible area and another hidden div. I want the visible div to slide to the left while simultaneously sliding the other div in from the right. This works fine except that while the right div is sliding in, it appears below the left div. How can this be done?