JQuery :: Animation Gets Stuck - Create A Rollover Effect On 2 Images - Placed On Top Of Each Other
Mar 1, 2011
I'm using Jquery to create a rollover effect on 2 images (placed on top of each other) to fade the bottom image in on a mouseover and out on a mouse out. Clicking the faded in image also opens a fancybox gallery. The problem is that sometimes the animation (the fade in and out) gets stuck after closing the fancybox window and the mouseover doesn't work anymore.
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 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:
Let me explain what is going on. Inside of a div with the id = navContain, are a few images. These images are used as navigation links. These images have the class = imgPos. When you roll over one of these images, the css top property adds 92 pixels.
The image contains two different colored variations of the word "HOME." When the image is in its off state, the word home is white. When you roll over the image, jQuery animates it so that the white text of the word "HOME" slides down, and then a colored version of the word "HOME" slides down and takes its place. This is the same image, just its top property is being changed. jQuery does nothing more than change the top property.
The problem: Sometimes when you roll your mouse over it for the first time, it properly animates to the over state, but then gets stuck in that state even when you mouse off of it. Still in its over state, if you mouse over it again, the over state jumps up and down violently. It never goes back to the state where the text should be white - its original state.
I've tried the stop() function, as you can see in my code. Still, this problem persists and I can't seem to figure it out alone.
Can anyone tell me how to add a second image change to this? The first rollover is listed above. When the onMouseOver is called, I want it to ALSO make the change "document.home.src = document2.src" (and at onMouseOut "document.home.src=home1.src").
Here is the code <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
I've tried to make a simple hover effect about small images but it won't work. I also tried to make the following script: 2 seconds after page loading image1 changes 2 seconds after that image1 returns to back state and image2 changes and etc.
if there's some effect in JQ that we can use to simulate rollover. Usually when user hovers a mouse over a link/image it changes its src/ background to another one (for example arrow.png -> arrow_o.png). So users feels like it is highlighted or similar. But we always must have 2 images (similar ones). Maybe there's some effect that can simulate this highligting/hover for user so we don't need to have 2 images. I understand it will never be as good as alternative image, but still.
That is my code. Whenever the Left link is clicked I wanted to move both images to the left while shrinking the one image. If you view the html, the two images are centered and are equal sizes. When the Left link is clicked, the final result is what I want it to look like. My problem is, the animation. The image jumps to the corner of the containing div and resizes. I need the image to stay on the bottom and I need the image to resize from the top-right corner rather than the bottom-right.
I prefer jQuery over flash and not sure how to tackle this, so please advise as best you can. Trying to create a site that allows for images to go full browser and then have the ability to have the other images slide in based on a click.
I also want to float a menu that will allow it to pull in other media (video, that would slide in the same way). The best example I can share is this: http://j.mp/5U79i1 What he is using is flash based (slideshowpro director and slideshow pro for flash). Not interested in flash for this personal project.
I have seen this question asked several times while searching the internet and all the answers seem to be workarounds. Is there a way to do an animation forever with jQuery? All I get are recursion errors; not on my code but on jQuery. Line 580 of jquery-1.4.2.js
So this is what I am doing. I have a complex function for smooth extremely slow animation (clouds in the sky) my function moves an object one pixel at a time. If I take out all recursion, the clouds move one pixel with no error. If I leave the recursion in then I get the recursion error. I am not posting my code first because every time this question is asked they focus on the code. I want to know how to do this regardless of my one scenario.
I have just joined this website in order to get some answers for a problem I have my own shoe selling business and have recently created my own website. I taught myself a few tricks from books and a friend was on hand to help me also. What I would like to do is make images of my shoes 'rollover' images so you can turn the shoe picture around when you hover your mouse over it. Here is an example which in fact allows you to zoom in on images (I would like this function AND a turning 360degrees rollover of the image too: DuobootsObviously I am a complete amateur and only know simple HTML codes and have found other advice I have received inconclusive
Bit of the opposite of what a lot of people seem to be after it seems, but I was wondering if it is possible to make an image "flicker" randomly by randomly changing how transparent it is?The goal is to create a flickering neon sign, but to do it without using flash. I've got the flickering working fine in flash, but just not loading fine without messing things up so I'm hoping I can do it with jquery or even just js.
I'm using animate() on images with sizes like 1100x1600 px. In Chrome and Firefox the animation isn't that bad (although not at all smooth) and in Safari even worse. Is it impossible for jquery to smoothen the animation with such big images? Are there any js libraries which do this better?[URL]..