I have a circular Image, with 13 different quads that would be the links on the image map. What I want to happen is when you scroll the mouse over or click on one of the 13 different links on the map that an image appear NEXT TO (lets say to the right side) of the entire image map without distorting the map or the rest of the page. When the mouse goes off of the link, said image disapears untill scrolled over again.
Is this something that can happen like this, or am I just folling myself into thinking I've seen this before... I KNOW I'VE SEEN THIS BEFORE! oy.
At any Rate, I just Need it simple, 13 images, in a circle (kind of) when scrolling over them an image apears to the RIGHT of the full Immage Map.
I have an image with links on it for my site. When I hover over the links, it loads another image below, with sub categories. Is it possible for the onMouseOver code to also activate an image map, so that the sub menu links are clickable? I need to have different image maps so that the hover areas correspond to the sections of the image Code:
Is there a way to implement either a vertical drop down menu or a horizontal drop down menu on a "hot spot" on an image map where as when the mouse rolls over the "hot spot" the "hot spot" would change and the menu would drop and then would you be able to mouse over the elements in the drop down and go about your business?
So i am working on my horizontal website layout, and I am pretty happy with my concept and design, but it seems that there is one issue with the smooth scrolling plugins.. I am using [URL].. here called Tiny Scrolling and I was able to get it to work using an image as the link and the <a href="#first"> coding you can see it working by clicking on the floating navigation you see on the example page.
My issue is that I wanted to use an image map to create a link for the first page.. So i created the map and linked the same way but instead of using <a href> i used <area map> which basically disables the smooth scrolling.. it also does something weird where when you land on that other page, you are already scrolled a little bit down so you are not at the complete top of the time
I'm developing a multi-layered diagram as a web-page. The layers show versions of a network as it grows, with various components. I have created an image map on each layer. At the side, there is a panel where I want to display info about each component as I mouse over each element.
onMouseOver="writeText(call content with name="imagemapID")
I want to create a interactive map viewer likeGooglemaps using my own custom map image. On clicking a location on the map, a small popup displayed showing some data. I aslo want a zooming and panning functionality. note that i am using aLinuxserver. The application must not use flash.
I'm creating a script to get the next photo without reloading a webpage. To make it more smoothly, I fadeOut() the old image, and fadeIn() the new image.
However, when the new image is not yet fully loaded, the fadeIn() method doesn't really make sence. So I wonder if there is a way to first show an ajax loader, and after the new image is fully loaded, fadeIn the new image.
This is how far I got so far :-)
I first have to remove the first img tag, and inject a new one in the DOM, otherwise the old image flashes for a second, before the new one appears ;-)
I am loading an html page using the .load() function into a div called content. I have an overlay that is the same size as the div (I do this for a transparent effect).So with the .load() function in the callback I set the overlay div height to the content div height.. which works fine except when there are images. Since the images aren't loaded yet the div height will be smaller than actual size.[code]and the html file can include anything such as video or images.I tried doing a .delay(1000) just to see if that would fix it but didn't seem like the delay was working.How would I properly set the overlay div height to the content div height AFTER the images have been loaded?
I want to know if there is a possibilty to check with JQuery if an image can be loaded or not? Because when an imgae can't be loaded the Jqzoom should not work, because the big image (which is for the zoom) could not be loaded. Imagin I have hundreds of pictures, how can I check if this big image could be loaded or not?
I am loading some content dynamically using the .load() function in jQuery.So once the content is loaded, div#slider moves to reveal the new content. The div will move once all the text is loaded but not the images, which is fine. The images will be loading when the viewer first clicks on a.load-button.What I'd like to do is to hide the image until it is fully loaded into the cache, have an animated 'loading' gif as a background image, then BOOM, the image appears in one go with .show();I'm a little unsure how to approach this, since I'm already using the .load() callback function. I've tried using $(window).load(function(show image)), but jQuery dosen't like that.
Actually I need to load another site on my site's onload that means cross domain so after so much googling I got some options something like frames, Iframes and through some tags we can load the responce. So actually I am trying to load gmail in my site so when the user gets logged in then the browser redirecting to full page to Gmail so there I failed at last I am trying to ping with image "img" tag so at backed i am able to see the response is came from the gmail so how can I read that response now.
I have a set of divs on my portfolio page that all share the common class 'module', with an additional class that determines the background image.I currently have this function that I thought would keep each instance of .module hidden until it had loaded:
I'm not certain but I think the 'ready' only refers to the HTML content and ignores the fact that the background image (defined in css) isn't ready.Is there any simple way I can make each div stay hidden until the background is loaded, then perform show() or fadeIn()??? The page in question can be found at http:[url]....