I'm having trouble figuring out how to apply stop() to a function which cycles an animation.The animation changes the background by fading in, pausing, and fading out a background div.For smooth effect the animation needs to stop on completion of the fade out.
I've used the jQuery Timers plugin [URL] to animate through my client's "five steps" on this page: [URL] but is there a way to get it to continuously loop through the animation? The documentation page [URL] doesn't seem to cover anything like that.
What I want to do is have 5 <div>s displayed in a fixed position on my page. The divs will contain text and pictures. Only one div is displayed at a time, and every 5 seconds, the next div slides over the top of the current div (from right to left) until it is completely obscured. At the conclusion of the fifth, it starts again with number 1.
I have a button which is animated with a rollover effect, obtained through jQuery of course. I wish to open a lightbox clicking that button and I tried with a simple, self-made lightbox and with FancyBox but in either case the lightbox is displayed without animation.I post the code for my buttons and the lightboxHTML for buttons:
i (more-or-less) understand how animation queuing works when animating a single element, but what's the best practice or most efficient approach for animating 2 different elements in a sequence? callbacks on complete?this example animates #black and #white simultaneously, when what i'd like to do is animate #black, then #white:[code]
I created an internal application which shows a large list of tasks that will be completed on a server by a script. It will go through each in order and update a database with its status (E.x "Failed", "Good", "Errors: <msg>").What I am doing currently is pulling the ID's of these tasks from a database, and then passing them to JQ to .load() the actual content for each div.What I would like to do is figure out a way to have each div reload as something is happening to it. So, lets say the script fires on the server and begins to process task ID 1. I would like to figure out a good way to be able to instantiate reloading for each div, as it is being processed.I do not wish to reload the entire page, I would not like for all 200+ divs to be constantly refreshing.
I would like to show users 10 images (DIVs) on which they can click. Images will be numbers (0-9) and they have to click on correct sequence (example 4 6 3 2 2 7) and then click "submit" button. If they don't get correct sequence they get shown some message about wrong numbers, but if they get it wight they should get some message of success. I am searching for some similar jquery or ajax scripts and can't find anything. Has anyone seen this kind of samples anywhere or could share some code?Attachments unlock.jpgSize : 35.81 KB Download : 266
I have four icons that I wish to face in when the page loads. When the first image is 25% faded, the second will fade in. When the second is 25% faded, the third will fade in. When the third is 25% faded, the fourth will fade in. Since I have never touched jQuery, with the exception of downloading plugins and using them, how should i best go about this?
I am a self thought web developer and am constantly having problems making sure that certain commands are finished executing before others are started. My most recent problem is trying to append a large amount of data, to a div, then sliding it down slowly. Since that data takes a while to append, the system is doing both at the same time, therefore not giving me the slide down effect. Here is the code:
Where "SomeDiv" is part of "cpage" and "data" is a large amount of images. I would like to execute line 1 and then all the other lines simultaneously. It is currently executing all of the simultaneously.
I've used Jquery Cycle to build thefollowingpage: [URL] As you can see the slides runnicelyin sequence with a clickable navigation. I would like to be able to run this slide show from a random starting slide on each page load, but for the slide show to remain in sequence and not load random slides thereafter. I'm sure this is doable - but the only random syntax I've found for this plugiin loads just random slides, out of the running order, which makes the navigation run randomly. I just want the starting slide to be random.
I've been messing with this code to make a fade in animation with setTimout. The only thing is addition isn't working on the fade in. A subtraction on a negative works though. This seems strange to me.
changeit.style.opacity -= -0.01; works but when it's changed to changeit.style.opacity += 0.01; there's no fade in. It's the only thing I change. My intuition says to me it should work with addition, but maybe there's something I'm not understanding.
changeit.style.opacity -= -0.01; if this is set to changeit.style.opacity += 0.01; it doesn't work. What?
Of course this is all just for Firefox for now. If I put this in something useful I'll change it so it'll work in other browsers later.
I have the code below, how could it be modified to loop over and over and reload the xml file each time. Flow would be: load xml, run thruogh code to display each xml node one at a time, when reach last node, start all over, reloading xml file,
I want the images to change in sequence when the page is refreshed not random like i have below. Also I also need text to change on refresh to because I am going to have a descritption of the image below.