So what I really would like to do is have the image rotate through the div and not have to have the img tag present. I haven't even tackled the fade but have some thoughts about this. Since it's the header div I want to do the fading not the img tag, I'm thinking the way to make the fade work will be the same.
I am php developer,[URL]... a fade in fade out effect (image + text) which is working very nice but Can i do this like with text on top(not on an image)and image below it like header : text below that an image
example <table> <tr><td> header for image</td></tr> <tr><td> image here</td></tr> </table>
Can you pls suggest any other script to display an html page or pages like this just the way i had defined above in fade in fade out ....
Here's what I'm trying to do: When someone clicks on plain text with div of "hdrlink", then div of "slideshow" will close up using toggle. At the same time also need div of "headerNav" to move up 300px. When the user clicks "hdrlink" again, then "slideshow" reappears and "headerNav" move back down 300px (starting position)Here's the script:
I need to rotate text by 90, 180 and 270 degrees. How can i achieve this in firefox2.
In brief, what i am doing is, there is one main container div whose background is set by 600x400 image. There are 4 inner divs each having some text. Now i have to rotate that divs by 90, 180 and 270 by selecting it. Text present in those divs is not rotating.
I would like to set up the section on the right that says "testimonials" to rotate between three quotes, with an image next to each quote. Is there a way to do this with a div block that does not have a set size?
I know I can use flash but that obviously would be a set width.
This is a really awesome script that I'm sure all of you can put to use if you haven't yet heard of it. However, I'm trying to get it to fade a background image on my css styled navigation for my a:hover. Here is the script with a little simple tutorial on how to set it up: [URL] My only other knowledge is in PHP, so after about 2 hours of fail in this client-side language
This is the link to my site so far: [URL] You can see the script working as it is on my little yellow MW logo on the right side of the navigation. So in my scenario, I am looking to fade button.png to button-hover.png (both repeating on the x axis).
I have a gallery style page with rectangular images on laid out like a grid of nine. When the user looks at the page there is just the images and no information, but when they hover over the image I would like some text and a bar underneath to show up over the top so the user can read some information.my images sit in "a" tags. There is also a div tag in there which has it's z-index and position (absolute) set up so that it sits over the top of the image element in the "a" tag. stripped down e.g.
<a href="#"><img.... /><div>the info</div></a>
I need the div tag withinin the "a" tag to be set to 0 opacity. When the user hovers over the image the div tag slowly fades in to 100% opacity. Once the user moves the mouse away from the image the div tag slowly disappears again.I need each one to work independently so that it only changes the one currently being hovered over.
I'm having problems with my text appearing aliased and turning blue when it fades in and out. I've tried using the Newsticker plugin and the Easyticker plugin, and I'm getting the same result in IE7 and Firefox 3.6. I'm using jQuery 1.2.6-min Specifying a background color doesn't fix it. The examples on the plugin websites look fine, but when I try and implement the effect myself, my orange text becomes aliased and fades to a light blue color before dipping to white. Same thing happens on the fade in. attached is a screenshot of what I'm seeing.
The Farbtastic color picker is an elegant solution to the color-picking problem, but its usefulness is prohibitive in those situations where there is not enough screen real-estate. Because it is large, these are many. Since I want to use it in such a situation, I started working towards a solution.
The designed solution involved in clicking on something small, such as Click to Activate, and having the rest of the page become faded-out, while the color-picker appears superimposed over other parts of the page.
That solution is implemented up to a point. In the code posted:
- The trigger appears as part of the original DOM., - Clicking the trigger makes the page text fade, the color-picker appear, and the trigger changes to something like Click to Deactivate, - Upon clicking, it does disappear, and the page text resumes it original appearance..
After this point, one might work towards making it more modular and more easily usable as is farbtastic itself.
It requires a var to hold state, and other things. Ideally, it could be combined with the original to offer a wider range of usage patterns. I have no doubt that the code can vastly be improved, since I am relatively new to jquery, although not to computing.
The code is posted below, in the hope that it proves useful to others, The only change made to the farbtastic.js code itself is to add "id='fbc' " to the outermost <div which is added internally. This change is not shown because it would involve posting all of farbtastic.js for this one change. The section of text used to illustrate presumed page content is from the NSIS Users Manual, and has no significance beyond being some text. The div named 'overlay' was employed to allow shifting the whole thing around as a unit relative to the trigger but might be eliminated were that not needed, since everything else works without it, Note also that the input#color from the original farbtastic has been replaced by 'repeater' which is a <div, but seems to work ok to get the color info.
I've used a script and would like to add an other feature. Now the text is fading in and out. What I would like now is instead of the TEXT in the DIV, the script uses the text array, so you see a different text fading in after the last fadeout.
Is there any way of fading in some text without using <body onLoad()>?
I need something that works like this
</head> <body onLoad="startfade('fade');"> <p> <span id="fade" style="visibility: hidden;">This text needs to fade in 8 seconds after page load!</span><br> test </p> </body></html>
I'd like to have something similar to the rotating images and text on my website. The website that I would like to mimick is: [URL]
I was using the below code to fade text links in and out on hover. But the problem I'm having is that if you hover over the text a few times quickly the animation will play over and over. How to add a 'callback'(?) so while the animation is still playing it won't fade in/out again until its finished? Or point me in the direction of a better way of doing this effect. Heres the code: