JQuery :: Images Shown Tiled Vertically While Slider Loading
Dec 7, 2010
I am new to using jquery and had a question about the slider that I use on my portfolio [URL]. The slider works perfectly but the one issue I have is that whilst it is loading you can see all the images that are used in it tiled vertically, overlapping the text and the rest of the site. It basically looks very ugly whilst loading so I was wondering if there is a way to hide the images whilst it loads, or if there is another alternative?
I'm using the following piece of code to create a link that, when clicked, uses jquery animation to slowly display a paragraph of text. The trouble is that the animation goes both vertically and horizontally, making it look a little too busy/cluttery. How can I tweak my code to make it only animate vertically?
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'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 would like to hide several <div> tags when the page loads, but put it on a timer so after the page is finished loading the fade in. In the meantime whilst the page is loading, a image is shown. It's for a radio player i'm working on, the page takes around 5seconds to load fully, and so thought a loading image would be better to look at than half loaded <div> tags.
We have jcarousel on our forum site which rotates automatically. It is vbulletine forum. In fact originally it was working fine with old design and rotating images automatically in horizontal direction with a set of 5 images visible at a time and total 12 images in set.But we have upgraded our forum design in last week and I started getting issues with Jcarousel scroller.[URL] At new design when we implemented jcarousel scroller it is showing only one image in a horizontal row at jscroller and it disappears immediately and after 3-4 min it do reappear again. When I inspected it using firebug I have noticed that other images are coming below vertically not horizontally, really strange. Also I noticed another thing is that it is not updating width at element.style in firebug for UL tag. It is showing fix width 220 px all time. I think due to that all images appearing vertically one after one rather than horizontally.
I paid a student from the local university to do a basic Wordpress template install [url] for me but the jQuery slider on the front page seems to be hung and never finishes loading. Naturally I can no longer get a hold of the kid and the developer of the template requires a subscription fee for installation support.
It seems like an easy fix but I'm no code sleuth; if I knew what was wrong I'd be comfortable editing the appropriate file(s). Is there an easy way to bring this up in Firebug or something and determine what the problem is?
Anybody knows how to do something like this using jquery?:All I've found only shows one image at a time and what I need is to show three images and keep sliding it to show a new one but still keeping the last two.The last example is using Mootools but I am using another effect in the galleries using jquery and they don't work at the same time.
What I am trying to do is create a slider that auto scrolls 3-4 images from right to left with no controls. And if the user hovers over it, it stops so they can read the content that is featured. Everywhere I search there are bunch of plugins i.e. easyslider, s3slider, etc. that have tons of code that is greek to me. I tried using the easyslider code and changing things around for it to do what I want, but I was unsuccessful.
I'm having difficulty loading images via Ajax on a site that I've been working on.I'm performing the ajax by using the Request.HTML object of the MooTools framework. Basically, I'm just passing some parameters to a php script which outputs some image tags and then I insert that HTML into a pre-defined content div. For some reason though, it seems that big images don't seem to load consistently when using this technique. Usually, they will just show up as broken images, but when I navigate to the url of the image that is 'broken', it displays just fine. Also, occasionally after navigating to the actual url of the image, my browser will cache the image and then it will display just fine when loading it through Ajax.
Im using nivo slider and I want to have 5 images instead of the general 4 it uses.
However I have added my 5th image as the last on to be display. Once it has shown this image it doesn't loop back to the first image again. It loops to the 2nd one. Has anyone got any idea what I need to change so that it loops to the first slide again?
Ive tried adding HTML captions to see if this is what it uses to see how many slides there is, ive tried editing the total slides from 0 to 4 & 5. But still no luck :(
It's for a photo gallery like this http:[url].....php but the one I need it for has 100 images so the page loads much slower. I can't just put the loading gif behind the images (as you would normaly) because you can see it with each image fade in and out. how I can have a loading gif show "only" while the images are initially loading, and then it goes away?
I am currently using the scrollable jquery plugin to scroll some images of thumbnails in a gallery. What I'm trying to do now, is figure out how to load the large version of those thumbnails into a div when they are clicked.
Here is a link to the webpage where the source can be viewed. [URL]
Having just dipped my toe in the jQuery pool, I've managed to create a preload and fadein for images on this portfolio site.However, when I view the page in Firefox something odd happens. Initially, the images load in fine with the desired effect. But when I click the logo (which links back to the same page), the images fail to load. I have to refresh for them to reappear.
My code is very simple: a div conatining 5 images (always the same 5!) to swap using the fade effect. It works fine in IE but in Firefox (I have Firefox 8.0) the images are not being uploaded. I checked previous posts and some point out that instead of doing
I am currently using the scrollable jquery plugin to scroll some images of thumbnails in a gallery. What I'm trying to do now, is figure out how to load the large version of those thumbnails into a div when they are clicked. Here is a link to the webpage where the source can be viewed. [URL]
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As part of an experiment I have run into another interesting item that I have tested and seems to work, but just because it seems to work may not mean that it is best practice. I am looping through source paths contained in links for the images and using this; It does seem to have the desired effect, photos loaded into a lightweight lightbox style modal window properly center themselves in the screen. When I remove this it is hit or miss on whether the image will center properly.
When I remove the css method the images should show up in the page, right? Because they don't. The display property seems not to be needed and I cannot see the image tags in Firebug.
The first method sure does take a lot less code and seems functional for the purposes of opening the full-sized image centered on the page in a modal window but something about it strikes me as fishy - like it wouldn't be best practice. Anyone have any insight on this?