JQuery :: Combining Multiple Plugins (Accordion And Horizontal Scroller)?
Sep 21, 2010
I'm trying to combine the jQuery UI Accordion with the Full size, horizontal scroller demo with easing (the fourth one). How can I combine two jQuery plugins? I tried some var j = jQuery.noConflict();but that didn't help.
What I'd like to do is use some sort of jquery plugin to make an image scroller that has a grid of images and scrolls each row and column horizontally and vertically. I'm a bit overwhelmed though and not sure where to start. I want to use fancybox for opening the image so I was hoping someone could point me towards something that would help with the thumbnail scroller?
i want to add a couple of images to the slider. Here is my website for you view. For some unknown reason it will not let me add any images. I thought perhaps it would allow me to only add a specific number of images so tried to change an image instead and the same....just nothing works.
I am trying to create a combo box with horizontal scroller. i.e. Combo box will have a fixed width, ifany of its options have higher text, then horizontalscroller should appear automatically.I also tried placing a <div> around <SELECT>. But not getting how to apply styles on it.
I have a horizontal image scroller which I have downloaded from the following site:
Currently, the script allows you to click on a piece of the accordion to open it, but it is set to close on mouseleave. When I set the mouseleave to .click, it gets confused and doesn't know what state it is in. The code controlling this is below, and the full script is in haccordion.js linked in the page source.modify this script,
I've beenstrugglingwith this for a while now and I don't believe I'm the only one. So let's hear it, how do you call to different plugins on one page and not clutter it with DOM ready's?I'm currently doing it like this, but there's probably a better way:
I'm working on a component for Joomla in which I'm using jQuery. My problem is that when another component loads jQuery after mine, all plug-ins I'm using are being overwritten by the last jQuery initialization.
I have 2 possible solutions:
1. Load all add-ons on document ready or basically AFTER any jQuery initializations in the HEAD of the document
2. Rename the jQuery static object to something else (like myJQuery for example) and then extend it with the plugins.
The 2nd option somewhat guarantees me that my object will be properly initialized with all the code I need, but it mothers me that it may overload the browser in some way.
I created an accordion menu with rollover sub menus. My question is there a way to stop the rollover effect in the sub menus until the accordion animation is finished? When I click on a category link on the accordion the sub menu links flashes until the animation is done.
i'm completly new to this kind of stuff and now i have a (little) problem. First of all i had done a Accordion with Tabs like here:[URL]... Thats currently working. I split every head/title of the 3 panes in 2 parts (div), first the name of the head-pane, e.g. "First Pane" and a div-container for a navigation...
I want that the navigation part fade in of the current activating pane and the other navigations should be fade out.It's not easy to explain what i mean
I want to integrate the new Progress Bar UI feature on jQuery 1.3.2 and jQuery UI 1.7.2 : [URL]When I combine then however, the new tab style of jQuery 1.3.2 takes over as seen here:[URL]How can I insert the new Progress Bar into the old Tabs, without the tabs reverting to the new design?
I've been having a hard time combining these 2 files, and im fairly new to jquery so i'm not sure what is blocking out (if at all) these two files won't work together on a website i'm developing for a client .Here's the two codes i'm attempting to mergeOnes rather simple which i've written, for a fade in fade out technique.
I am trying to bind the live event to the fadeTo(). I am doing so because after the page is loaded, I am adding new elements to the page through ajax and need them to come in as faded. This is what I currently have. $('.work').fadeTo('fast',.35); This is what I have tried to do. $('.work').live(fadeTo('fast',.35)); Above does not seem correct, but I have searched for more info/documentation on using live() with fadeTo but have found nothing.