Creating A Web Page That Randomly Shows Images When When A Button Is Clicked?
Mar 16, 2010
I'm creating a web page that randomly shows images when when a button is clicked. I appear to be having 2 main problems with it so I'll begin with what seems to be the easiest one to tackle.as the user scrolls down the page I need to keep the button statically, in the top right corner.here's the relevant code:
What I'm looking to do is have a folder of images that I have show up on my website.I'm also looking to pull from this folder up to 6 or 7 times on the same page w/ randomized pictures that do not repeat.Finally, I'm looking to be able to size and name these images based on which image randomly pulls. b/c it's not grabbing the images.
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.
I have a flash menu bar at the top of my html page... I have 4 flash files with the same menu but the main image for each is different. When someone goes to the page I want it to randomly pic on of the 4 flash files to display in the table... They are called menu_1.swf, menu_2.swf, menu_3.swf, menu_4.swf...
I'm aiming for a page filled with a stack of images (about 20) - each pulled at random from a set of hundreds, ideally but not necessarily without repetition.There are heaps of threads discussing rotating individual images at random but I can't find any referencing a whole wall of images. The plan is for the arrangement to be determined only by the width of the browser so there really doesn't need to be any design to the page - just a long line of pictures, without gaps, wrapped.
I have a concept I want to develop but haven't been able to find a jQuery plugin that will do what i need. I am hoping if someone knows of a script or even to share if this is possible.
What I want is to have about 10 small images to be displayed horizontally and have each of these images fade in and out at random times and being replaced by other images.
I have a flash example that i would like to replicate that would give you an example of what i want to achieve. If you look at the bottom of the page where the platinum sponsors are this is what i want to replicate.
I have multiple divs on a page, each with some images in it, you could think of every div as a row. On .ready() the images in these rows are being .hidden()What I want to happen next is that the images in the rows are being loaded randomly with a .fadeIn() but every image 1 second after the other. I've tried some things but I can't seem to get it all together
Im trying to build on a script that I found on the internet and modified to my needs.urrently there are three images on the left, which, when clicked, change the image on the right depending on which of the left images was clicked.Simply, when you click the whisky link on the left you see a bottle of wiskey on the right. Here is my script:
And getShow.php produces a table with a list of product images, names and prices, based on theme.
Alright so for a school assignment I need to create a button with the name of the color it is going to turn the background to. the assignment says nothing about naming the buttons the hex numbers for the color therefore: I was curious if someone could show me how to create a button in java script that would generate a random hex number for a color ie: #+()+()+()+()+()+() and the text shown on the button would be the same as the hex number generated.
So I am trying to set up a registration form that when the user clicks the "Add Another" link then a new text field for the additional person and email field is added to the page. I dont know how to repeat this process to get what I want.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-W3CDTD XHTML 1.1EN" "http:www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> <head> <title>Registration Form</title> <meta http-equiv="content-type"
I am currently successfully using the following code to randomly change the color of specified text ("quotations" - see below) each time the page is reloaded. The only problem is that the colors are too random. Instead of the code I now have, I'm looking for code that would allow me to define a distinct list of colors through which the text would randomly rotate each time the page loads. In other words, I want to choose each of the randomly loaded colors of my text.
I read about window object and specifically about creating popup windows. The code below produces a popup window when a link is clicked:
I would like to add a "Close Window" button on survey.html page and when that button is clicked, the window would close. How do I do that? I know that I should use (reference to popup window).close(), but how and where do I attach even listener to that button?
I've been looking without success for a slide show program that will rotate web pages as opposed to just images. Am I best off just using a banner rotation script or is there something out there that is available for that purpose. The wish list is for a full page rotation ( the page uses SSI) possible fading of images in IE and being able to vary the time of each image. Asking alot?
SlidShow to show more than 6 images at a time. Here is the development link: [URL] - there are 12 pictures but only 6 are showing there. Same with [URL] where is the setting to expand it to show ALL images I specify, not just the first 6?