I want to make a list of divs into a vertical scrollable slider.Each div will consist of a small thumbnail image, a small title header and a link.I haven't started coding this yet but the above code should give you an idea of what I'm aiming for. The image thumbnails will be floated on the left, and the titles/links will be floated on the right.
I've been looking at the jQuery Scrollable script here and when I tested it with JS turned off, the rest of the content within the slider stayed hidden, instead of being visible and there was no way of viewing the rest of the content within the slider, other than the three images that were "in view".I would like to know if there's a way of making all the content within the slider visible all at once when JS is disabled. Is it possible to do this?
I am creating a website that uses columns (example) and I would like to be able to click left and right buttons to scroll horizontally one column at a time without the header and footer scrolling with the content.
I have tried using Scrollable and JCarousel but both require you to scroll through a set of list items. I need to be able to scroll 320px at a time. Is this possible?
Ok so I have a site that I want to automatically close the window when the focus is lost from the page. For example, if the user clicks off the page to something else on there desktop I want the page to close. So far I have managed to do this but the grids on my page and the scroll bars all trigger the close function when clicked on. Is there anyway to make the scroll bars and drop down boxes not trigger the function?
I'm using a JQuery function to slide a div into and out of visibility, but every time I toggle, the browser resets my view to the top of the web page..What I want to happen is when you click to reveal the div, the page scrolls down and the div content is in full view. When I click again to re-hide the div, I want the page to scroll back up smoothly instead of just reverting to the top of the whole page...The page url is: http:[url]....Here's my code:
I'm trying to make my body content scroll at the same time as an iframe located within the body. This has to do with the age old problem of mouse focus on iframes. When my mouse reaches the iframe and it takes over focus, I would like the body to keep scrolling until the iframe is right at the top of the screen. After that I want to relinquish focus to the iframe. I don't mind if the iframe starts scrolling as soon as the mouse reaches it, so long as the main body keeps scrolling for a while.
scroll may page to top like the one used on this page - http://www.pngised.net/ In the footer theres a link entitled 'bring me to the top' when selected scrolls the user to the top of the page, Iv been trying to find this technique but havent been successful.
point me in the direction of were I could get the code to scroll may page to top like the one used on this page - http:[url].....In the footer theres a link entitled 'bring me to the top' when selected scrolls the user to the top of the page, Iv been trying to find this technique but havent been successful.
I have a floating div which I drag all over the page. If the page has scrollbars and users drag the floating div to the very top, page scrolls up too. The problem occurs at this moment. As page scrolls up, the div gets detached from the mouse while dragging.
How can I keep the floating div to always stay attached to the mouse during a dragging process and scrolling the page? Code:
On my website i have a sliding box, that houses an update from an ajax function. the idea is the box slides down the page as you scroll down. Now on some coputers the box stops so far off the bottom of the page, and on others it just keeps going off of the bottom of the page untill it is just the background and no website. Here is a link: [URL]
i been poken around on here and have not found anything on this as of now, so i thought i would ask. i have a table of data that is positioned in the middle of one of my pages, rather than change the layout i thought it would be nice to just have the page auto scroll down to the middle of the page when the page loads so that the user does not have to constantly scroll down.
Adapting this code may not be the best method, see what you think.
I have a page where certain actions cause the page to reload and then jumps to an anchor (e.g. #title gets appended to the url) which is disorientating, I think it will soften the blow if the page scrolls to the anchor.
This is code I use to scroll to anchors with links on a page code...
I see that this is a click function. Can this just be amended so that it checks the url and scrolls accordingly?