It's for a photo gallery like this http:[url].....php but the one I need it for has 100 images so the page loads much slower. I can't just put the loading gif behind the images (as you would normaly) because you can see it with each image fade in and out. how I can have a loading gif show "only" while the images are initially loading, and then it goes away?
That is a sample link. Go down right side of page where you see three buttons: Trailers Featurettes Clips.Those return iframe information to work.
I am using jQuery and BlockUI to display a "Loading..." message to theuser while the page is loading.The problem is that the "Loading..." message seems to show up AFTERthe page has loaded, not during load. Shouldn't the document.readyfire sooner than that?What am I doing wrong?
I'm having difficulty loading images via Ajax on a site that I've been working on.I'm performing the ajax by using the Request.HTML object of the MooTools framework. Basically, I'm just passing some parameters to a php script which outputs some image tags and then I insert that HTML into a pre-defined content div. For some reason though, it seems that big images don't seem to load consistently when using this technique. Usually, they will just show up as broken images, but when I navigate to the url of the image that is 'broken', it displays just fine. Also, occasionally after navigating to the actual url of the image, my browser will cache the image and then it will display just fine when loading it through Ajax.
Im trying to add some simple display features to a web application and am running into some unexpected IE8 behavior. Basically, the app runs some database retrieval from the server using Ajax techniques, and during that time (say, 30 seconds), I want to just give the user a clue as to whats going on. It could be as simple as a wait cursor. More interesting, I prefer to unhide a div with an animated loading icon, then hide it again when loading is complete.
I have a site that is very jQuery and image heavy. The main sections of the site link to sections that are built with several Tabs, and as it loads, you briefly see all the content load and then it is hidden by the Tabs code.
The plan is to have a full window DIV that sits above all the content with a loading icon that plays until the entire page loads, and then it fades down.
After some hair pulling and research I have code in place that does exactly as I ask, however it does not seem to work in IE6+7. It works in all other browsers.
If you scroll to the bottom, and click: "See what our users have to say" and you can see the sliders.
It's working in all browsers but Safari, the script just doesn't seem to be loading, I get the loading scroller bars but they don't fully load. What is the best way to debug JS - is that the right term?
I feel like a complete fool! I should know the answer to the Q:
How do I load an image with JS and replace the default image?
I am currently using the scrollable jquery plugin to scroll some images of thumbnails in a gallery. What I'm trying to do now, is figure out how to load the large version of those thumbnails into a div when they are clicked.
Here is a link to the webpage where the source can be viewed. [URL]
I want to pre-load images for my gallery, but I'm not sure of the best way to go about it. Currently, I have php code that generates thumbnail images on page load and while this works fine, it at times can be very time consuming. For reference, below is my php code. how I could/should pre-load images?
I have some rollover images on my website, and they don't switch until the page is finished loading.Is this standard? Is there a way to have the rollovers work when the page is still in the process of loading all the images?
In my website I constructed a script that changes the image.sources of several images. The changes are made by calling a JS-function. The function is invoked by selecting an option in an html-form. In my second post below I pasted the code.
The problem is that each time the images are changed the browser starts to load them all again, although all images were PRELOADED in the <head> section of my HTML page. It takes time every time a user invokes image changings, and also the visual effects are worsened. How can I prevent the browser from loading the images again each time?
I am using Lightbox v2.04 with ASP.Net 2008. The issue i am finding is that the images that are controlled by the java script are not loading if the page is in a sub folder. I have my main folder that contains a folder for my java script folder, a folder for my images, and a folder that contains some pages.
This is the code in the lightbox.js file that i believe may be the cause.
I have php script that reads an image from database and outputs it.If i send request via AJAX i get the "inside" of the image into responseText, how to output it to a browser.so i can see an image instead an text?
I am currently working on a new tool that changes the websites header based on the option from the navigation list the user clicked on, so far so good.But now I want to make this easy to maintain so that the class name of the list retrieves an image from the folder with the exact same name, so eventually I would only have to insert the option and the image is automatically loaded.
for the last day and a half i've been attempting to prevent images on a page from loading. i do this by calling a domready function. i just need this to work in firefox, so i'm using its DOMContentLoaded event. however, for troubleshooting purposes i have opted off the domready stuff and simply placed my code at the bottom of the html before the closing body tag, which does the same. my research shows that all the lazyloading techniques (which at the core are similar to what i'm doing; ie, preventing an image from loading) that do not rely on creating a custom attribute for the img tag, do not work. jquery's lazyloading plugin does not work: [URL] mootools' lazyloading plugin does not work: [URL]. however, they must have worked at one point. read the latest comments on lazyloading techniques online and you'll see that mostly everyone suddenly is unable to achieve lazyloading on their site. the only effect one achieves is that the image fades in when scrolling down, however it has already been downloaded when the page rendered, but it should only have been downloaded from the server once the scroll threshold for that image is hit.
calling a function to replace images with small placeholder images immediately after the dom loads (ie, before the full page loads) should work. this should prevent the loading of the original file in the src attribute, but it does not. i'm using firefox 3.6.3, but it happens on webkit browsers as well (though this is a documented bug); opera, however, works as it should. i did my research pretty thoroughly, but if i missed something
I am seeking a easy to maintain and more importantly *working* way to pre-fetch images, so the pages I develop load smoothly without seeing the images kick in flicker as they usually do. Important - I need this to work on Internet Explorer 6.0+ and FireFox.
I am presently using at the head of the page,
pic100= new Image; pic100.src="./imageme.gif";
However, it doesn't seem to work on FireFox at all. I've tried different combinations with the URL path, but I don't know what I am doing wrong. Can someone please assist me with this boggle?
Having just dipped my toe in the jQuery pool, I've managed to create a preload and fadein for images on this portfolio site.However, when I view the page in Firefox something odd happens. Initially, the images load in fine with the desired effect. But when I click the logo (which links back to the same page), the images fail to load. I have to refresh for them to reappear.