I am having problems with a template I bought. When I customize the menu, and the items have many sub items. the white background slides down way too much. I am learning jquery and can´t find where to correct this URL...See the items: "Diplomados" "Servicios a alumnos" and "convenios".
Basically I want my boxes to do what the ones on this site do : [URL] under the menu there are 5 boxes when you roll over them it appears like a div box with a different image slides up, and when you move off it, it slides down again. I've tried playing about with adobe behaviors but can't seem to achieve that affect. How do I get that affect in dreamweaver?
I'm tweaking this html form here's the code:[code]Everything works fine but how can I have it so when you click on the trigger (the button.png), the image of only that div slides down. The way it is now, when you click on the trigger, both the images in both divs slide down.
Something like starting animation to a page with about 10 jpgs. When the page start is starting slideshow fadein animation between about 10 large pics, and when the last one appears it stays as a background to content and buttons must appear when the last picture is loaded, too with fade in animation. Is sounds not so difficult, but for me become a hard task.
I've created a jQuery canvas slideshow to apply image an filter while running the slideshow. Everything seems to be working fine, but when I apply the filter to the image, the slideshow doesn't load other slides and keeps loading the same slide. To have a look at the problem follow the link: [URL].
I am trying to recreate this functionality on my website where you can drag a background image around and when you get ot the edges of the image it bounces back to the edge of that corrosponding side. have a look at the site in question - [url]
So far i have recreated the top left and right edges using
I am having an issue with setting the background-image of a another div #x to the background image of #y.Correct me if I am wrong but I think you would do this in a simple case by saying
$ ( '#x' ).
So when it does it, it is getting the URL of the generator (I logged it. what is actually being passed is [URL] This would require a server call to generate a new image, In this particular application, even if it wasn't exactly the image y had it would be acceptable. But it's not doing it. It is not getting any image at all. Am I doing something wrong, i.e. is it supposed to just work? I would think not, since the page has already been rendered. This is almost an ajax situation but I don't know how to do it for an image. I don't really want to generate a new image anyway, I'd be very happy to get the one that's already there. How would I access the actual image already attached to y and not do another server call?
I have this working fine, and I can append the preloaded image to a hidden div then fade the div in for a smooth effect.
Problem is I want to set this preloaded image as a css background image, not as a <img /> in a container. But if when the image is loaded, instead of .prepend() I do .css() and set the css property of a background-image to be the preloaded images URL, then when it carries on with displaying it the browser loads the image again. Rather than using the preloaded one.
I want the image to be a background image as I want it centered in the page background, even if it is too large for the viewport.
I have a LARGE, hi-resolution image that I am trying to use as the background for a page. Because it is so large, it takes a while to download. Because of this, I wanted to load the image behind-the-scenes and show it once it is downloaded.
To accomplish this, I'm using the following JQuery code:
This code clearly downloads an image and appends it to my DIV element. However, I really want to set this downloaded image to the background-image CSS property of my DIV. The reason why is because I have content inside the DIV that should serve as the foreground.
How do I dynamically download an image, fade it in, and use it as a background?
all i want to do is make the background image of a couple of pages fit perfectly in the browser window of different screen resolutions.
the problem i am having is that i am using 1024 x 768 screen resolution. and the background images fit perfectly in the pages for me but when someone with a lower or higher resolution views the page, the background image either gets cutoff or starts repeating.
is there any code that will fix my problem??
i have found some code (see below) that resizes the image according to the window size but it is for an image on the page and not the background image. Code:
With image elements I can do <IMG src="..." onLoad="..."> where the onLoad is supposed to fire upon the image loading. Is there an event that I can trap for once the background image in <BODY background="...url..."> is loaded?
I plan to render a series of maps which sometimes take a while to compute (on the server) so I'd like to know when subsequent ones come in.
Failing that, can I assign an already loaded image to the background?
How am I able to have a gallery of images fading in and out as the background of a DIV? It's currently just a static background using CSS.You can view the HTML page in question here: http://aksdesigns.co.uk/temp/template.html
The DIV container is the one with the ID of #MainContent
I want to use an image as a CSS background-image so I used the Image constructor to load the image: [URL] but I noticed that the browser (Firefox) load the image from the URL and not from the memory when changing the background-image property (it takes about 1.5 seconds before showing the image, and every time I reload the page!)