JQuery :: Create A Rotator Which Displays A Large Image With Caption And Uses Next/previous Button And Thumbnails For Control?
Feb 17, 2010
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I'm looking for a very simple image gallery solution (no lightbox or something other fance) with a large image and a x amount of thumbnails at one off the sides, where the big image change whenever another thumbnail is clicked, without page refresh. ( a fade transition would be nice)!Which Plugin, preferably as light as possible, is the most suitable for this task?
I have a script which I grabbed from here: [URL] It does partially what I want but I need more functionality, specifically,
1) add caption text below each image in the form of "1 of 5, 2 of 5, etc." 2) make the current image clickable to go to respective URL of my choice
I have a rough mockup here: [URL] My question is, does anyone know of a script that already does all this? It needs to play friendly with all major browsers. I'm not a JS programmer, but can dabble with small changes if shown what's needed to modify this script.
I'm trying to use an ajax function to load filenames into a text area. This works and is not the problem.Then I read the contents of the text file and create an array of file images. The images can be .jpg, .gif, etc. Again no problem.However, when I try to create new <img ...> elements with a 'createElement' function, I get major errors. I think the problem is in the 'AddImage()' function in the code below.
I'm trying to use an image rotator on a site. I've been told that we are set up to use Jquery plugins. But I'm not exactly sure what that means. Do I need to upload the jquery files to my server? Or can I just link to them? Here are the two files.
Also, currently the rotator moves too quickly. How can I slow it down? Here's the entire script.
Please see URL: [URL] At the bottom of the page, I want to create nav links on these thumbnail images (NOT the large main images above them) so that each portfolio piece can go to its own page that has its own descriptive text in the left sidebar. There is no HTML for the thumbnails; they are generated via .js. Can this be done? .js file attached.
Better yet, if it's not too difficult, I would love to switch out the text with some cool .js code so all the functionality could be contained within this single page, instead of linking to individual HTML pages (like when you click another thumbnail, the text slides up and out of sight, and the new text slides up from the bottom to replace the former text) but I fear this may be over my head. I'll settle for the more primitive approach. Also, on a more minor issue, for some reason a thumbnail for the last list item does not display. You'll see my page displays 3, but the code contains 4:
I am working on building a website and have been looking for a jquery plugin with no luck. I am wanting something that doesn't show anything but the image. And then after X number of seconds, the image slides UP and the next image slides up from the bottom of the frame.
This is an example of the kind of plugin I'm after.[URL]
That one shows just the image and you can control speed, but it fades in/out. I just want it to slide up!
As the subject suggests, I'm interested in having a "picture/information" page on my site. I want a simple list of 5 to 10 thumbnailed pictures when the page loads in which each one is stacked on the other. I would like each to expand with a bigger picture and text information about the picture via user interaction. I have two options - I don't care which one I use:
#1. Once loaded, I would like each thumbnailed picture, once clicked, to expand and show a bigger picture and text information about the picture. I wouldn't mind using this option but this option is more of a hassle and causes more clutter/less interaction.
#2. As I thought about this, I think a better option would be to expand to a bigger picture and text information using a mouse rollover instead of a click so that, once a user moves the mouse back off the bigger picture and information, it reduces back to the thumnail. This would allow for a better organized and better looking page. This effect, I would assume, is almost like text links changing color using mouse rollover.
* Which option would you suggest using?
* Is option #2 even possible?
* I would prefer using option #2.
* I've experimented with this code (however, it used option #1, not #2, and it requires clicking an entirely different button to do so): Code:
I came across this awesome image slider: Thumbnails Navigation Gallery with jQuery. The problem is ..you have to click on "best shots" to see the thumbnail navigation... 1) How do you show this thumbnail navigation straight away on loading the page? (ie "best shots" and other list items dont need to be there) 2) and get the thumbnails show near the bottom of the page? 3) and also get the next image to fade in automatically say after 5 seconds, without having to click on a thumbnail, although one can?
Right, here goes: I'm using a modified "jQuery Cycle Plugin - 'goto' Demo 2 (aka: Poor Man's pager)" implementation of the Cycle plugin, this works fine in FF2+, Op9, Saf3+ and Chrome2 but in IE cycle stops the background- image from repeating! As usual I cannot give out a public link due to NDA but I can give you these two image locations to see the differences: [URL]
I am creating a custom gallery that I require an image and text to swap on click of an anchored thumbnail. I have successfully managed to change the image on click however I can't seem to manage changing the text. Currently when a user clicks on the thumbnail both the image and text is swapped however when the user clicks on another anchored thumbnail (after clicking on the first) the image swaps correctly but the text does not change My Code