Site That Is 2500 Width So That When The Page Loads Can Either Scroll Right Or Left To View The Out Of Screen Material?
Nov 15, 2010
I have a j query sideshow and i want to put a link in slideshow page to view the slide show in full screen like in this site [URL] you can view the full screen by clicking the button on top right corner the problem is this site is in flash but we need this functionality in html.One more thing that i want to view in parent window not in popup or new window.
I have scroll div on the buttom of my page. This div is autoloaded after pressing link via AJAX technology. Everything is ok except position of the web. Right after I press link the view of the page is going to the top. How I could set the view on the div after AJAX content is loaded.
Each link on mouseover, popups to the right and shows links to different pages within the site. example.. pumps. pops up the mouseover window and has 3 links to 3 different pumps, each on a separate pages. Where as the moters link may have 25 links to different kinds of motors etc.
I've created website with Win Media Player video clips playing on web pages including full screen view button inserted - works well on IE.
When the site loads it takes a while for all the scripts to load and then the images to settle down - more so in IE, naturally. I would like to display a black screen or cover everything with a div while it settles down. I have tried a few Timeout scripts but they appear to be conflicting and don't work. how I can either display a blank screen while it all settles down or just avoid the problem all together.[URL]
I read that $(document).ready(function() might slow me down but I do not see that statement in any of my .js files.
How to modify the existing code to achieve the desired effect.
Right im trying to incorporate a splash screen on recent project like the one here... [URL] But im trying to implement cookies with it so it only loads the splash screen once every browser session but i havent managed to figure this out yet
The problem is that if parent list items Ministries and Parish Leadership have enough children, they expand out right off of the screen of low resolution setups.
I am totally new to javascipt programming so excuse my ignorance when I ask how to make the children items to expand out left instead of right if it's detected that the menu has hit the right side of the browser window.
I have some code below that I use in a contact form. Initially each text box has a default value, and when focus is placed on the text area, the entry disappears. What I would like to do is scroll the entries to the left, but I donâ€™t know how to do that. I tried sliddToggle, but that doesnâ€™t work.
I"m looking for a cross-browser (Firefox 1+, IE 6+, Safari whatever+) to calculate the width of the viewable browser area. Note that this is different than the screen width, which would always stay the same value, even if you started resizing your browser.
Is there a way of making a cycle slide scroll when either left or right are pressed? I've tried searching here and there and the only thing I've come across that seemed to word was [URL]. If you'll be so kind to check that page, you'll see that the script requires a link with a class to "find" where it is, that in my cycle would be .activeSlide (I think) but it does not work. As you may have guessed, im really not in my turf with js but i think the problem is that the a.activeslide is applied by cycle to the html after the keyboard script searches for it. Is there an easy way to allow keyboard navigation? I only need left and right. [Code]... Here it is working [URL]
I got some code that loads divs from other web pages into a particular div in my main page. In other words, I click on a button, and this tells jquery to load afragment of a particular page into my main page. For instance if I have 5 web pages onrock stars, I could have 5 buttons, and each button could load one rockstar's biography into a div on the main page (and replace whatever was there before). This works, and I do see the content that it loaded. But when I do 'view source' in IE, I do not see that content (the bio of the rock star). Another clue that this content is not really there, is when I try and run some code on that content. The content (from those external pages) have divs with specific names, and I try and make them into collapsible panels by running the following short function: