I created an image gallery which displays 63 images in a slideshow. The
problem is that the show was slow because each image loaded one at a time
during the show. No problem right? I just did a preload script. But then the
user has to sit for 5 minutes waiting for 63 images to download! My images
are about 640x480 and average 100kb. Is this too much for one page to load?
Should I load my slideshow into differerent windows? If so, don't I have the
same problem with my loading time?
I want use two jquery tags menu in one page.I tested each one alone, even more than 10 pages, they all loading correctly. When I open the page, then can stay in the div position they should stay.But when I conbain them together, there will be caused that when I open the page, the pictures will drop down untill all the pictures have been loaded. Then they come back to the position where they should stay.
I have a table that is a production schedule of orders. Each order has 1 row with the main information and then 2 or 3 other rows with additional information. There could be 350+ rows. The pages loads fine by itself. I also have a function to expand/collapse individual rows when you click on them which works good. However, I wanted all the rows to be collapsed by default when the page loads. I added this code...
It works, but it is very slow. It could take 30+ seconds to run. Is there a faster way to use slideToggle on hundreds of rows at once? Or is there a better way to have them "closed" by default? ~bruno71
I'm developing a website and I am using a slideshow done in jquery which works fine on all pages expect the gallery page.On the gallery page I am using Lightbox2 but as soon as I add the js files to this page the slideshow stop working and only shows one image.
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'm doing a job for a company called Timplex (double-u double-u double-u dot evanwhat dot cawm slash timplex) if you go to the portfolio page, you can see I'm having some trouble with the load times. It takes about a second to change from one picture to another. The images are uploaded to the site in an "images" folder. This is the [code]...
The pages which are loaded look similar to the main page shown above. It works fine, except the fact that the whole page is loaded into the "gallery_content_right" DIV (including header, navigation and so on). Is it possible to just load the DIV "gallery_content_right" from the other pages, so that just the content from "gallery_content_right" is replaced onClick()?
I am using a slideshow and want to basically have an 'image loading' whilst all the images load before the slideshow. Is there a way to do this? So far I have figured the best way around this is to have a GIF as a background image that says the loading message, and then once the slideshow loads over the top its fine, however im guessing this is'nt the right way to do this. I am using this slideshow set to just loop:
I am open to using other similar slideshows if there is one more suited.
I am trying to have text that is placed over an image cross fade into another image with text placed over it. I am using jquery and the images are cross fading perfectly. The text isn't working so well and in Firefox it seems to be very choppy and even sometimes the text just disappears and then there is a blank slide without any text or the text is showing up on the wrong image. Here is the code I have so far:
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]...
I am new to jquery and am going through the Sitepoint book "JQuery: Novice to Ninja. I am using the crossfade code from the book and I tried to apply it to the text as well.
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.
The specific loading screen I am using is [URL].. This loading box actually activates once the page is loaded apparently, but in my instance, it is loading then disappearing in the matter of a second, but I wouldnt mind leaving it up for a couple of seconds, say 3-5.
You need the link to be out side the div you are loading your content into. As the line "$('#wrapper_of_subpages').load(this.href + " #wrapper_of_subpages");" in your code don't copy the event with the link you need some other way to keep your link event.
Should I always YUI or GZIP text files in my site or only when they exceed a certain size? Since the decompression takes some time as well I thought that if the files are small they should only be mified...is that correct?