here's the page... [URL] it uses a tabbed menu using the tutorial at [URL] the tutorial uses text in the <li>'s, but I need to use images problem is, clicking on the image does not trigger anything but clicking on the "cc" "t" and "f" text does
Basically, what I would like to know is, thus: how would I change it to display text icons next to it? For example, in place of "plus.gif" I should like it to display "+" as actual text. I've dredged a number of places, however, I've found nothing. Furthermore, I cannot figure out how to do it.
I am looking for some recommendations for JS/HTML code that will allow me to generate drop down menus, sort of like the ones here Code:
where you can see the drop down menus if you roll over "Flights", "Hotels" and so on. The only thing I want to do differently with this is that I want to put a repeating background image behind the entire menu that drops down, and not necessarily just each item. So, in the above example, if you rolled over Flights, I'd like a background graphic to span all the menu items -- "Search Flights", "Top Deals", "Web Fares", "Low Fare Alert", and "Last Minute Packages."
I have been building a menu that has a sub menu that appears below all of the main menu items. I have got this working and will include the code I used to do this below.
Now I want to change the button image so that it is visible which sub-menu the items that appear below belong to. Code:
which was very helpful and with some playing around I can now get my existing menu to complete part of my task. But I have 4 menu items and therefore need to use a "var" command to allow me to define different button images for different menus. Code:
I would like to create a page that has a dropdown menu populated with a list of images. When someone selects an image, the image and a URL to a webpage will display (screenshot below). Each image will have a different URL. How do I accomplish this?
I currently have an image and underneath it there are 6 thumbnails. When I run the cursor over them the big image changes. This works fine. However, I would like to have text beside the big picture that also changes depending on the thumbnail over which I am hovering.
I have tried to work it out myself but failed miserably. I have tried forums, but can't find what I need. My code as it stands at the moment is:
I have a table with two rows and a single cell in each. The top row will house images(s) that I would like to swap out using rollover text links in a lower cell like: 1 | 2 | 3... '1' would call 'img1.jpg' into the uppermost cell, '2' would call in 'img2.jpg', etc. on rollover.I'm certain this is simple to do, but google hasn't panned out for me so I'm hoping someone can give me a snippet of code to start with and I can manipulate for my purposes.
I've got a series of photos rotating in sequence every few seconds. My page is here:
I've got one file called banner.js.js with the code shown at bottom of this post. In my main index.html file I have the few lines immediately below. How do I place a caption below images that changes for each photo? Most of the code I've seen to do this seems MUCH more complicated.
Is jquery the right language to do this in? If it is, can someone point me to a relevant tutorial or example to get me started? Iwantthe text of my site to flow around a fixed background image while scrolling. Doesn't sound too hard but I can't find anything that will do that. I'm starting to think it may need tobe a flash solution. I'ts easy to float the text and some sandbag divs to make the text wrap around the image, but there is no CSS solution to make that text flow around those sandbags while scrolling. Here's a cap with the sandbags outlined to give you a visual of what I'm trying to do:
I found a piece of code that helps me out a lot at [URL] It allows an image to crossfade into another, into another, etc.
I'd like to be able to crossfade an image, with a text caption underneath it, to crossfade into a different image with different text, into another, etc.
I think doing this may have something to do with putting the image and caption into a <div>, and then changing the code to swap the first <div> into the next, into the next.
The code identifies the images as 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg, etc. It would be awesome if the captions could come from 1.txt, 2.txt, 3.txt, etc.
Here is the original code:
I was wondering if you could tilt a whole div with its content (text, images), like to an angle of 15�. I'm pretty sure it's not possible (because of the text), but I've been away from the world of webdesign for 4 years, and I don't know much about what can be done those days...