JQuery :: Make Animated Gifs Restart Each Time They Appear In A Slideshow
Oct 18, 2011
I've got a slideshow which has animated gifs in it. But the timing goes out after a few slides. I need to find out how to get each gif to restart when it is shown but without having to re download the image each time. The website address is below, the slide show is just below the body text.
i have an animated gif (a circle being filled) as a slidebullet for the active slide. It works just fine when u dont touch the controlls, but if i click another bullet it does not restart the gif animation when switching to the gif on that bullet, so it looks really cheap.. Is there a jQuery (or another) way of restarting the animation from the beginning when manually switching bullet/slide?
On Firefox, at least, window.stop(); does the trick, although it stops everything on the page and is kind of unpredictable. If I connect it to the onload event, sometimes only half the page will be displayed. Does the onload even fire before rendering?
Does anyone know a reasonable way to accomplish my original goal of stopping animating gifs from animating?
in the body:
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
I know this isn't a problem with the gif itself, because displaying the gif in firefox does not produce any issues. Does anyone know why these problems are occurring in firefox? I'd like not to have to use a broken src link to make it work, and it's weird that that's a way to solve the animation issues.
My problem is: While the procedure that implements the search is executed, the browser window is not refreshed. The button stays in "down" mode, the gif freezes.
Is there some command I could insert in between my code statements that lets the browser refresh it's window's contents?
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So I wrote the following code trying to make a gallery from the example above:
The TestAnimeScroller.js Script is as following:
As you can see from the code above I'm using the webserive only for testing the scroller for ajax calls problems.It has only the Hello World default web method.
However every thing works fine except that the images are shaking abit whilescrolling to the left.I tried many things but it was no use.I prefer to make a scroller from scratch rather than use a plug-in so I could make custom things easily...I'm using Jquery 1.4.2
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HTML Code: <div id="slides"> <div class="slide"> <img src="_images/placeholder3.jpg" width="695" height="195" alt="A Passion for Service" /> <div class="slideText"> <h1>And A Different Heading</h1> <p>With the appropriate solution for each client, we provide biomedical engineering and information technology services to suit your needs.</p> [Code]...
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