I have a website on angelfire and they give me little access to the cgi-bin cause its a free site but they do have a form_handler_file & a form_handler_mail that i can use so there isnt much room to work with the only thing i did not like about it is that all the new additions to the File were at the bottom of the page instead of the top, so with the addition of this onload script, all is well.
It took exactly 17 9's to be compatible with firefox & IE and still scroll to the bottom of the page no matter how long the document was. I also put the page within an <iframe> so there is no problem on scrolling all the way back to the top just to navigate.
BTW i use the form_handler_file to make a news post so i dont have to always edit the news page and upload it everytime i have some new news to add.
I'm trying to make my sidebar show 3 images then scroll to the next 3 automatically every 3 seconds or so. (vertically)
how to do it or show a snippet of code?
I've looked up various scripts for scrolling the pictures I have on the right vertically, but I can't seem to implement any of the ones I've found. I'm not trying to ask for you to code it all for me (unless you really want to)
i been poken around on here and have not found anything on this as of now, so i thought i would ask. i have a table of data that is positioned in the middle of one of my pages, rather than change the layout i thought it would be nice to just have the page auto scroll down to the middle of the page when the page loads so that the user does not have to constantly scroll down.
I'm trying to make my sidebar show 3 images then scroll to the next 3 automatically every 3 seconds or so. (vertically)Can anyone help me out with a reference I could look at how to do it or show a snippet of code?I've looked up various scripts for scrolling the pictures I have on the right vertically, but I can't seem to implement any of the ones I've found.
I basically was able to grab the code and reworked it and got it scrolling and what not, the issue now is, the pagination links are not working, meaning they are there, working correctly but numbers/links are not click-able.
Here is the code: <div id="slider1" class="sliderwrapper"> <div class="bannerframe"> <table width="575" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr>
What the heck am I missing. I have the appropriate files referenced, and its working but I just cant click the links on the pagination.
I am designing a website and I just want that if a user open it on any resolution then it will fit it self to that resolution and no scroll bars will come like google, yahoo etc. I know it is possible but not know how?
In order to make my site scalable (down to 1024x768), I need four layers to vertically scroll so that their contents doesn't force the main page to scroll. However, on higher resolutions, there'll be more space below the layers which means I don't necessarily want the layers to scroll if there's enough space to fit the text in.
I've tried CSS - I had to specify a height of 250px (the most I can use before main-page-scrolling takes effect in 1024x768) and set overflow: auto. The problem with this is that this is static formatting - no matter what resolution I use, the layers are always going to scroll because the height has been set to 250px.
So I was wondering if there's a way, either a CSS property/function (or maybe this can only be done in java script) - to make the layers scroll only if there's a risk of the main page scrolling?Or do I need to attack this with a crowbar and have a separate style sheet for every single resolution where I specify the height of the layers for each one?
I found this script that uses Prototype and Scriptaculous to display imagesCan someone tell me if I'm able to set this so it automatically slides between images using the [sliderright] function effect.
I have a div that is set to overflow auto allowing the content to scroll left and right. This is because the content I am putting in it (a series of input boxes) is considerably wider than the containing div. The way it sits, when I start in the first input box and continually tab to the other input boxes, the focus goes from the left of the screen to the right. Once it hits the input box to the right of the screen, some of the input box is hidden to the right. As I tab to the input boxes to the right, each one has a portion of the element cut off by the view window.
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
Using the very basic jqModal example, isn't it supposed to auto size and auto center the modal on the page? I placed a table that was wider than the modal's default settings and it's off the page and does not create scroll bars on the page to see the hidden section of the modal.
The default class is
Now, I know I can change the width of the modal but what about the positioning?
I'm using jCarousel Lite on my site for a best sellers rotator and a logo rotator.
jCarousel Lite – A jQuery plugin | Ganesh
After a lot of trial and error, it seems to work great, except for one thing.
Is there a way I can put 2 carousels on the same page and have them deprecate (if I'm using that word correctly here?) properly?
I'm trying to get jQuery to hide jCarousel images while they load using the following code. It actually worked at one point but refuses to now (which makes me think it's a minor syntax issue). '#carousel' is the containing ul element. You can see I've tried it a few different ways. No errors appeared in Chrome's debugging console. "show('slow')" doesn't work either...
I am using jcarousel for a scrollable list of images (vertical). Unfortunately, when you try to scroll it the first time you enter the website its not working properly. Just when you try to visit the site the second time it the scrolling will work as intended (when cache deleted, again, it will not work). [URL]. To load the script earlier, I tried to already put it in the head of the index page (starting page), but this had no effect. The Problem is for IE and Firefox the same. I am using Dreamweaver CS4.
Everything was perfect until I uploaded one too many pictures. Using "SmoothSlider" for Wordpress and it seems that jCarousel 'overloads' when there are more than 12 images. Here is what happens on the page: display: block; overflow: hidden; position: relative; top: 0px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; left: -43650px ; width: 72750px; left: # ; reaches a 'limit' approximately around 10,000px and results in the slider sliding back to the first image (left: 0px++) and then it goes to the correct pixel size. View the page here: [URL] and try it your self.