JQuery :: Slide One Div Out Left While Sliding One In Right?
Aug 26, 2009
I have a container div with two inner divs. I have one inner div visible taking up 100% of the visible area and another hidden div. I
want the visible div to slide to the left while simultaneously sliding the other div in from the right. This works fine except that while the right div is sliding in, it appears below the left div. How can this be done?
I've got a bunch of <div> blocks, with a fixed width and height, that are all left floated.I would like a user to be able to click a "remove" link and have it delete a box, and all the boxes to the right "slide in" to fill the void created.I have it working well enough with a "snap" transition. I made that term up because I'm not sure how else to describe it--by "snap" transition I mean that the boxes to the right "snap" into position--there's no "sliding" or easing as they move, it's just moment their in their old positions, and the next moment, everything has been rearranged and they're in their new positions. how to adequately describe it in text, so here's a video showing what I mean: [URL]
I'll slideUp a div, load some ajax, then slideDown the result.In the result, there are two more divs (navigation and 'subcontent' containers)I have links in the navigation div that should fadeIn new content (via ajax) into the subcontent container.Now, the fadeIn fadeOut functions operate correctly _until_ I use a slide on the larger div. If I slide at all, everything turns into a slide, even within the subcontainers. I'm not sure what's going on.ere's an example structure for the divs:
<div id="globalnav">Anchors/Links for the maincontent div</div> <div id="maincontent">"maincontent" should slide open and closed. <div id="nav">Anchors/Links in here</div>
I'm working on a page, where I want to use jQuery to build a "Portfolio" div that contains pics and info about some of my work. I found a bunch of cool tutorials about making a slide show, but they all have a sliding animation. With my page, the sliding animation would look awkward. I'm fine if it just replaces the current div with the next one. I'm just planning on using a previous and next button (Within the same div) to cycle through these.
I am trying to create a menu that would look and act like this image illustrates: [URL] Essentially the three boxes slide down when rolled over and menu items appear in the portion that has slid down.So far, I have figured out how to make an image slide using jQuery: [URL]
I have a page that has a box where announements can be seen. What I want is that when the page loads a div containing some announcement text should show up within this box. The divshould remain within the box for about 10 seconds, whereafter it should start sliding to the left and eventuallydisapper. Butif the user during the sliding decides to Hover or clickwithin that div then the sliding should stop andthe div should move back to its initail position (so that the whole text can be read again). The div shouldnotbegin any sliding process as long as theuser is hoveringwithin the div. Howeverif the user hover out of the div then the sliding proces should begin again.
What I'm trying to achieve is to havea annoncement to show up in this box, only for 10 seconds,whereafterit should disapper (by sliding away). However if the user wants to reads the annonuncementhe should be able to do so, by hovering that announcement. And whenthe user hasfinished reading he can just hover away and the announcement will disapper within few secounds. I have done some work here and there. I have used the slider method from jqueryui and the hover methods and the initial sliding process when the page loads, but putting them all to gether is not going good.
Is there a way of making a cycle slide scroll when either left or right are pressed? I've tried searching here and there and the only thing I've come across that seemed to word was [URL]. If you'll be so kind to check that page, you'll see that the script requires a link with a class to "find" where it is, that in my cycle would be .activeSlide (I think) but it does not work. As you may have guessed, im really not in my turf with js but i think the problem is that the a.activeslide is applied by cycle to the html after the keyboard script searches for it. Is there an easy way to allow keyboard navigation? I only need left and right. [Code]... Here it is working [URL]
I have a vertical navigation menu with the basics (a <ul> with four <li>) but I need one of these list elements to slide to the left and when it finishes show or slide down a nested <ul> with its own li that is now hidden with display: none. and when I click again the first list element I wish everything to close back. or alternatively to close with a timeout. so far I got to this:
so I spent all my time making this website [URL]html work on IE. And now it turns out it is Firefox that is trying to ruin me. I am using a simple JQuery by Sam Dunn [URL] to slide boxes on the upper left of the landing page. But in Firefox (may be it is just FFX4) it won't run. I can't fathom what can be the problem.
I have a script that will slide a div up from the bottom of the page. The toggle button for this div however is going to be right on top of the sliding div. But, when the button is pressed and the div starts to slide down, the script hides the button. Here's an example... [URL] How can I get the toggle button to slide with it, but not disappear?
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:
How is it possible to slide right/left within a horizontal scroll window for as long as the mouse-down action is triggered (preferably with jQuery)? Couldn't find any examples // functions to do that..
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.
The attached pic shows what the alignment of the icons, is supposed to look like (my nav menu is pushed down a few pixels, as well). Here is what the sliding menu is supposed to do (top right menu in the white part of the page) [URL]
I'm having a little trouble with 2 differentJS scripts. I have a drop down slide menu and a parralex slide gallery. Both work on separate pages and puton the same page they still work however the submenu of the slide down menu does not. if I remove the style sheet that belongs to the gallery
Then the munu works, however (obviously) the page layout goes wrong. if i remove<h1 class="title">Alex Holland Perspective</h1> the menu works however page layout goes wrong andI loose my header
I'm making a form with some fields. Once the form is submitted it updates the page with a new div containing the data entered without refreshing. Im using jquery form plugin. What I'd like to achieve is the new div(.record) to .slideDown. I guess I need to somehow specify the exact div by giving it an id or number. I'm not sure and why im here.
At the moment when i submit all of the divs(.record) are hidden with .hide, then they all slide down with .slide. Best i can understand is to hide the last div then slide down. But again.. I don't know how to specify to only slide down the last div added and not the current .record divs on the page.
I'm using jQuery cycle plugin right now, and I want to add a new slide based on the newly created image and I want to replace this slide later if the user has updated the image. I read the document of jQuery cycle, and I found it's using onBefore callback to do the job, but it's not on the fly, how could I do it on the fly?