im trying to make a sliding tab menu, The menu is already made with animations and such, however now im trying to integrate the menu with the Divs i have for each menu item. I really just need something to start me off.. Basically on click i want the current selected item and div to fadeOut to the left and the newly selected to fadein from the right..
I'm trying to make this menu go up and down when the arrows are clicked. Right now, it shows all of them and I can't figure out how to make it so that it only shows the first 9 and will show the rest in the menu when it's clicked. I really don't know where to start. I found some scripts but they turned out really funky. Even if it's something super simple is cool, just where to begin??
I am trying to use a jquery sliding top menu which i found here: [URL] and I have got this to work in the past on a website I built from scratch, but I am trying to build my website with wordpress, and I am having trouble getting it to work this time, it is going behind divs, and flying out too far. View problem here: (the 'Log-in' tab at the top) [URL]
I am using JQuery to create sliding line under menu effect. I have written the code but can't figure out couple of things. I have attached my code. I would like to make the sliding effect more smooth but the most important thing that I can't figure out is how to make the scroller div scroll back to its original position on mouse out.
Two script below, the first with one function, works if 1st event has finished before next starts, the second (the one I use) works fine even if you rollover fast and all a triggered, but there is alot of activity.
If slideToggle()'s parameters were expanded to include a separate callback for sliding up and sliding down. Or for backwards compatibility, perhaps include an optional boolean parameter in the callback to more easily discern between a slideUp and slideDown operation.
Forgive the extremely basic question but I can't find something that addresses it. I have a navigation bar that is a series of list elements. I want to pop open a subnavigation bar when you mouse over one of the elements.
The slightly different thing about this one is that in the html the subnav div sits outside the main navigation div, ie they are not related. What I want to do is keep the subnavigation bar if you move your mouse from the main nav down to the subnav, and hide it again once the mouse leaves either the subnav or the main nav.
My problem is that any of the ways I can think of doing it, once the mouse leave on the main nav is called i can't stop it from going.[URL]...
This is a very basic question about jQuery usage (i'm not a professional at this at all). Basically, I have a menu (an unordered list), each of which refers to a table. When a user clicks on one element in the list, visible tables should disappear and the desired table appears.
I'm making a horizontal navigation bar using jQuery. I want to have the drop-down menu slide down ( slideDown() ) except the drop-down menu appears on top of instead of behind the main menu before sliding into the correct position.
Here is the HTML:
HTML Code: <div id="navigation"> <ul class="top"> <li><a href="../news/index.php">Home</a></li>
The problem is that IE is not cooperating. Specifically, IE loads everything alright but does not slide. It just loads the whole submenu instantaneously after a user clicks. Firefox works perfectly. At the top of my test page is a doc type statement inherited from the real index
what I'm trying to do is to have a vertical menu where one of the list items if triggered (click or mouseover are both fine) moves to the right and then slides down a submenu with other 4 lists items. I got this working while I was just trying this effect alone thanks to this script:
If I select one of the menu items the submenu appears just fine, my only problem is that If I point the mouse curser away from the whole menu the submenu is still shown, obviously if I click once with the mouse outside the menu the submenu disappears. So I need some kind of remove-submenu function when the mouse pointer is not pointing on menusubmenu....
I want to build a navigation list menu, that is called dynamically from recordsets called rec_product_categories and rec_product_sub_categories.[code]The 'category' field in product_ sub_categories links to the 'category_id' field in product_categories.[code]
I came up with the idea of making the links in the back of the circle (i've got a total of 10 links), invisible and put a globe in the middle (as background) - making it look like the links in the back go behind the globe and comes back from behind it again. I've tried to do this myself with .this.style.invisibility="hidden";