I know that Picasa does give the facility of exporting images as a slideshow, but their version contains user controls which we don't want and it is also in Flash - our IT dept don't really support Flash!
Anyway, the slideshow I would like to use and the image gallery display using Picasa images that I have already done can be seen on this test page [URL].
The gallery pulls the images from Picasa using the API in the page body:
I have to do a slideshow with images of different widths... am using cycle plugin, which I like very much... I have a little test slideshow here, http:[url]....it's not centering imgs in containing div (I made div width of widest image.. this will work for my situation, in which imgs will be hard-coded..)if you inspect img element in firebug (#slideshow img), it shows that the plugin adds a style of position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px .to the img; why does the plugin do this.. how can I center the images in containing div...
Iīve just launch my website-portfolio, well itīs not yet the final version but it is almost and despite I am satisfied with the final result Iīve detected a really strange bug that only happens sometimes. The thing is when the first introduction Slide appears (the one with the hand-made drawings), sometimes the images shrink from the normal size to small tiny images. This doesnīt happen always and if you refresh the page it disappears.
Follow the link to the page were the bug happens - [url]. I'm using jquery cycle plugin, check it out.
I do know some jquery plugin could do but i am trying to go more into the code, even though i still need a lot of advices and tutorials, the goal is solving this specific problem but also learning! Thx a lot in advance.
Here my code (just 2 images here in the list to make it shorter for you, the complete list is more than 50 pics!):
only 4 changes to make and your ready to go! Faster than naming all your pictures one by one in an array. You just need to name your pictures 001.jpg, 002.jpg and so on...
<!-------------- Begin Slideshow ------------------->
<!-- change the path and name of your first image --> <!-- if your images don't all have the same size, just leave out the width and height--> <img src="../images/005.jpg" width="640" height="480" name="photoslider">
I am at a loss for what to do next to get these slideshows functioning. You can see the current iteration here[url]...
I am using hte plug in galleria, and I have got it working in a stand alone version with the same images and and folder structure. The difference may be that I have the content nested in these div tags? to create tabs. i really don't know.
Here is the structure within the portfolio tab, under the Identity heading: ( there will be more images once I get this working [code]...
I created a slideshow that displays the 5 images randomly. It is for a college project for a class I am in.
Here is the HTML for the area that holds the images
And here is the external .js file for it
I had the slideshow working completely fine... then when i finished the rest of the site and added more pages, it is now not working for me. It just sits at the original image that is loaded when they site loads.
At my whits end with trying to get jquery cycle to play nice with IE and pngs. I know its the opacity issue but I just can't tweak it.Can someone please suggest a better solution for my slideshow? Check the link below to see what I have now. i would like something similar that is also clean.http://vismarkgroup.com/dev/vision/
I would then like all the images I use in the slideshow to fit within this area (i.e. 420 x 250). The images will all have a height of 250px, but different widths. For widths less than 420px I would like the image to be positioned centrally in the div along the horizontal axis as in the following image:
for images wider than 420px I would like them to be positioned centrally in the div along the vertical axis as in the following image: wonder if it's possible to achieve this with Slideshow 2! and if not, whether another script will help me achieve this?
As it is known from the title, I'm building a web page running continuous slideshow of images, like watching a video. I wrote the header part below:
Here, the biggest problem is, when the page is loaded there are still coming images saved from a capture device. So, my images from the captures device can not be loaded to my web page. I need to pass these images directly to the web page as real-time video taken directly to the web page.
I'm not sure if this a Picasa thing or a jQuery thing, but I just can't get the following code to work. It works when I type the URL directly into the browser, but not when I do a getJSON call in jQuery:
It's driving me a little insane, and I've not had any response over on the Picasa board at all.
I want to integrate the Google Picasa web album into my website. I am currently trying to do it through an iframe which is failing because I want to cut off certain parts of the frame like the top which also cuts off the scrolling bar. So if anybody knows a better way to ingrate Picasa web albums into a website without PHP and stuff like that and preferably without flash, could you tell me? Also the reason why I want to do it through an iframe is so that when I update pictures or create a new album it will show up on my website.
If you see that the solution to this problem is too out there maybe you can also recommend a different service like Picasa that allows impeding your whole collection of photos into your website.
I have a popup window which is a slideshow of about 7 images. When the popup window loads, the first image is present and then the viewer can select next or previous to scroll through the rest of the images.
I'd like to use the same popup window at different points throughout the website and have the Virtual Tour (slideshow) open up at the appropriate photos. Meaning I'd like to control which picture the popup window opens up to, depending on where the user is in the site.
I ran across a chunk of code that allows me to blend images in and out (works great!) but now I need to figure out a way to randomize the order that these images appear. I have a bunch of pics and I'd like to give them all a fair shot at getting seen.
I found a jquery image slideshow script but the images have no links to them. When I manually add the links to the image urls, these work only in IE - when I click next, the picture updates and is linked to the correct URL. In other browsers (Firefox, Chrome..), the last url becomes the clickable link for all the images. I have tried to use the .wrap option and I'm sure I'm on the right track, except I have 4 images and I want it to go to 4 different urls.it sought of works, but only the first url is picked up and becomes the link for all the images.How can I get the link reference for the url to iterate with the original loop of the image?
I am using jQuery with a Brightpearl website, except on one of our pages, (edit your address book page), the slideshow images, instead of fading one into the other as it should, decide to tile over the top of the page and don't fade at all. The input boxes show through, but not the submit button, so it renders the page useless.