I have two swf files that I use as headers on our website; one for day, one for night. I am looking for a script that will change these files depending on the time of day the user hits the site based on their computer clock.
I figured instead of reinventing the wheel someone surely has a simple a banner rotator with forward/back options, but darn if I can find one. There are countless scripts out there, but I can�t find one where the user can select the next banner before its allotted time. It would be simple enough in flash, but it was requested I stay with java script.
Anyone have any leads for a very basic banner rotation script that incorporates the forward/back selection option?
I am using the jquerry cycle to create a rotation banner with a caption/title within a CMS everything is working properly. the problem is that on the next step i need to make the caption color change according to the captionis there a way to control that? this is my code so far
In internet explorer I have no problems. I literally just taught myself flash so I am hoping there is an easy fix that I am not finding. I did not design or create the template for the original site, I am just upgrading and adding features to improve what was already there.
If you peruse my site here, you'll find that in IE8 (and maybe higher), the rotating banner at the top flashes the little thumbnails and the background a bit when visiting a new page. It doesn't do this in FF or Chrome Is there anything that can be done to fix this? I reviewed the documentation for the script and tried tinkering as much as I could, but can't get rid of the flashing.
how to get the time and date difference? given two time and date with the following format like in textbox A: 2011-05-03 17:35:47.0 and textbox B: 2011-05-03 16:35:47.0 then the output would be: 0 days, 1 hour, 0 minutes, 0 seconds
3. Is Flash a better option for a interactive UI application? If so why is it still just an "animation" technology?
4. Is it possible (and easy) to mix the Flash with other technologies like Ajax or ASP.NET ? Is it possible (and available) to make flash-based components (like special behaviour combo box, or new kind of UI components) which can be used in an asp.net web application?
And now the effect: Whenever the flash film is running, the navigation submenus are not displayed ABOVE this flash film, but BEHIND it. As far as I have tried, there is no way to influence this behaviour with the "z-index" and different values.
Is there any other way to make the navigation submenu seen or - in other words - is there a way to put the flash film "a layer back"?
I'm working on a site for our radio station and want it to load a banner where you can see who the DJ is that is on. I saw code on here yesterday (actually it was from March, but I just found it yesterday and can't today) to do it, it showed two images at different times but I couldn't get it to work and don't know enough about java to add more time slots.
What I want is a function that runs on page load, ad eternum, changing the class of #foo into .bar and into .foobar alternatively, every X seconds.
I am trying to make a webpage that will change a picture based on the time. I would like one picture (image2) to display between 8:23 and 2:43 Monday-Friday and another(image1) to display the rest of the time. When I open the file the web browser only displays a blank screen.
I have the two images in the same directory as the html file. Here is the code:
I want to change the background of my main div depending on the time of day. Right now this code works for two time of day, day and night but it only works on the "body" tag not on a div. How would i modify it to change a div background rather then the "body" background
Im assuming that I would just add more else if statements, but not really sure the cleanest way to assign specific dates using this format.