first off I am pretty much a newbie to web development but especially to java script so go easy with the tecnical terms I am trying to implement an image carousel but I cant get it to work and it is altering the width of my div in the HTML. I have the slider in div id="content", when I dont have the JS file in the folder the div shows up fine but when I have the JS file in the right place it resizes it to 1024*50 so none of the content can be seen. I was wondering if anyone could make sense of the JS file and see if anything would be causing that? I must also point out that I havent written this code, I have copied it from the web.
I'm building an application. The goal of this subroutine is that the user can upload an image to the browser, and then enter coordinates (X,Y) to place icons and dots at the specified place. way to draw these dots and icons on an uploaded image?
I also enable the admin to preview the site in an iframe and change size of for exp. left column. Playing with td sizes do not give me exact pixel sizes, so I would like to make sure that a td is displayed correctly, by resizing the spacer gif.
var LeftColumnSpacerWidth = myForm.leftcolumnspacer_width.value; // comes from the form var leftcolumnspacer = frames['testsite'].document.getElementById('leftcolumnspacer'); leftcolumspacer.style.width = LeftColumnSpacerWidth;
Why would this code not change the sizes of an image dynamically?
I found this code on another website and have been trying to mod the code so each image is the same size. but it will no even compile.So I am a bit fustrated right now. Any help on this topic<!-- Begin
var speed = 5000 var size = 75,100px var Pic = new Array() don't touch this
I have a <img scr="mypic.jpg"in my html. I would like to display the image by width=200 if the image width is larger than 200. I also would like to display the image by its real width if the image width is smaller than 200. How can I do it?
I'm searching for a short explenation for handling image animation regarding this situation [code]...
when i use this code the image is blowing up from the left top corner to the size i declared in the animate function. but im searching for a animation out of the middle of the current size to the declared one.
so it shoulndt blow up from top left ..more it should blow up to all corners at same time.
can someone show me an example or something like that?
I have created a grid of images and want them to scale up, similar to google images. I'd like to be able to get at the actual size of an image, rather than the current size. Is there a JQuery function that does this? It seems the width() method only retrieves the current size.
I am implementing a zoom in feature, but actually tricking the user as a full screen image is simply being stretched.
I plan to apply it to several pages, and don't really fancy working out the pixels for each.
I believe that if you simply put width: 150% height 150% it will change the image size relative to the browser. I don't want that, I want it relative to the original image size. Could I do sort of height*1.5 or something? How would I write that if so?
If I have an image upload box on my page and I wanted to check the image either after selected or before the form is submitted to import it, is there a line or command I can use to return the size in pixels(width*height)...
I've seen it done and I'm assuming jscript has something to offer here but my googling has come up a bit short so I'm not too sure where to begin..
This is an update to a previous question which didn't get any replies. Having tried some things it boils down to a question of whether jQuery can detect the width of an image on the page when that width hasn't been defined in the image tag or css.
I'm designing templates for other authors to use. If they put an image of over a certain width in a div it'll break the layout. I've tried to write a function that gets (1) the name of the div and (2) the maximum width allowable. It should then check the images in that div and if they're over the maximum width, resize them to the maximum width. If they're under it should leave them alone. If a width is defined in the the width attribute it should leave it alone.
I know that is what 'max-width' is for, but the browser in our organization is IE6 and that's not going to change anytime soon. It ignores 'max-width'.
The result each time I tinker with it is that either it does nothing or it sets the widths of all images to maxwide, even the small ones. I'm doing wrong? The only clue I have is that if I alert the width of images going through the function, those without a defined width come up as 'auto', which it seems to think is greater than maxwide.
Ive got a hover effect going on when someone hovers over the images on my page which works fine. However on the page load, I would like the first image atmaximum size which is height:101px by width:101px. Ive added the code