JQuery :: Slider On The Front Page Seems To Be Hung And Never Finishes Loading
Sep 29, 2010
I paid a student from the local university to do a basic Wordpress template install [url] for me but the jQuery slider on the front page seems to be hung and never finishes loading. Naturally I can no longer get a hold of the kid and the developer of the template requires a subscription fee for installation support.
It seems like an easy fix but I'm no code sleuth; if I knew what was wrong I'd be comfortable editing the appropriate file(s). Is there an easy way to bring this up in Firebug or something and determine what the problem is?
While testing my pages in IE and Firefox, I have noticed that when I remove an image from the DOM before it has finished downloading in IE, that the status bar gets stuck at Downloading Picture https://.... Which means the page never finishes loading, I have tested by just making the images style.display = "none" and I no longer get the error, but since this is an AJAX app, that would just leak memory as images would never get deleted when people traverse the web app. Has anyone else experienced this behavior or have a possible solution?
* In the status bar, the window appears to never finish loading * If you go to File -> Print then nothing seems to happen; however, if you close the generated window _then_ the print dialog appears; the window you want to print, however, is gone.code...
I'm building a home page with an update checker. A function, called 500 millisecs after the page loads, appends an external .js file and compares a variable on it to a different internal variable. If the internal variable is lower than the external variable, then the update prompt is displayed.
This all works fine, but the status bar says "Read www.primedesigning.com" (the site with the external js), or sometimes "Transferring from www.primedesigning.com". But, if I hover over any link, the status bar goes back to "Done". Also, if I leave my mouse still, wait for the update prompt to appear, and then move the mouse, the status bar says "Done".
I have the Fasterfox extension installed, and it confirms what the status bar is saying. It never stops loading unless I do 1 of the 2 solutions mentioned above.code...
I am totally new to jquery but have had a bit of experience at other languages. I was just trying to make a front page with a changing background and a nice menu. Havent a clue where to start. Do i use dreamweaver etc.
I am new to using jquery and had a question about the slider that I use on my portfolio [URL]. The slider works perfectly but the one issue I have is that whilst it is loading you can see all the images that are used in it tiled vertically, overlapping the text and the rest of the site. It basically looks very ugly whilst loading so I was wondering if there is a way to hide the images whilst it loads, or if there is another alternative?
i have to make a simple site for my sister and i am kind of a newbie at the whole web development thing am pretty ok with html tho. wo i was trying to make a slide show on the front page of the site, so i got a little help from a site called java script city,
var my_imgs_off = new Array(); var my_imgs_on = new Array(); /* Set "Off" image URLs */
I have a site that is very jQuery and image heavy. The main sections of the site link to sections that are built with several Tabs, and as it loads, you briefly see all the content load and then it is hidden by the Tabs code.
The plan is to have a full window DIV that sits above all the content with a loading icon that plays until the entire page loads, and then it fades down.
After some hair pulling and research I have code in place that does exactly as I ask, however it does not seem to work in IE6+7. It works in all other browsers.
I am trying to put an image on the front page of my website that changes to one of two random images on mouseover. This part was easy, and has been done (I got the code from [URL] But what I am finding difficult is to make each image link to a different page. For example, if the user mouseovers the main image and sees the 'thumbs up' image, then clicks on it, they should be taken to the 'thumbs up' page. And if the user mouseovers the main image and sees the 'thumbs down' image, then clicks on it, they should be taken to the 'thumbs down' page. The site is here: [URL] I think using 2 arrays is the way to go, but am not sure.
I have a simple hide and fadeIn. When you rollover a word it will reveal the definition. The problem I am having is if you move the mouse around quickly from one word to the next word sometimes it gets hung up and a definition will not hide. The result gives this hanging defintion and whatever the other definition the mouse is rolledover.
Here is the code I'm using:
There are about 70 words in a box with the definition being reveals on the right hand side. Is there a way of making sure there is always only one definition being shown?
I have routine that rolls through the images in an array every iInternalCount seconds, shown below. It first fades out the current image, does the calculation for the next image, assigns the next image to the src attribute of the image slot and then fades in the new image. But after starting the fadeOut of the current image the code continues immediately to the image switch line, so we see a switch to the new image and then the new image fade out. I need a way, probably using the callback function of the fadeOut() method, to keep control from continuing to the image switch line until the current image had finished fading out.
I have an animation set up where if the user clicks a certain anchor the animation plays forward and if they click any other link it plays the animation in reverse.All other links that play the animation in reverse also call a "colorbox" script which opens a colorbox window. What is currently happening is that the colorbox window is opening before the reverse animation completes. I would like the reverse animation to complete first BEFORE the colorbox script runs.s there a way to tell my reverse animation to "wait" before calling any other scripts? The animation and colorbox scripts are completely separate from each other.
I cannot get two of my three jquery sliders to work on my page. I have three in total the first one works perfectly.. but the second two do not I have checked and double checked but cannot see the issue. The 2nd and 3rd do not display but their buttons prev and next are displayed.. the web address is Site Example
I have a working version of a jQuery image slider that can be seen here. I am trying to implement this into a new website and have copied the code exactly but for some reason the images are not rotating or switching when the thumbnails are clicked. The new slider can be see here - I have it in a test page so that there is no possibility of any other scripts conflicting.
I have a form with two slider on it so the user can select an amount. The slider works fine and passes the values to email ok etc. but when the page is loaded there is "[object Object]" in box of the second slider. I can't find the problem with the code as it is the same for the first slider.
That is a sample link. Go down right side of page where you see three buttons: Trailers Featurettes Clips.Those return iframe information to work.
I have a website with 5 items, and I want them to move (meaning, if a more recent one is entered, remove the last item, and put the new one on top), they are 5 of the most recent items in the database table, now I've coded jquery as a test so it fades out the last one, the whole thing moves down, makes room at the top, and fades in a new one. However, it's a test and has 0 interaction with the database, the one that fades in is just in a hidden div. So the jQuery part is taken care of.So I'm unsure how to go about this, I was thinking maybe have ajax check a website off the page that has those 5 items in raw format, and if they change then to refresh?
How to reproduce this effect in something like JQuery? Specifically I'm looking at the hover effects at the top of the page: [URL]. It looks like a custom JS file from their end, but I'd like to find something a little more mainstream that looks and acts very similarly, especially with the easing in and out of images.