I've implemented many galleries using Cycle, bxSlider, Carousel, etc., but this is the first time I've been asked for the same functionality with vertically-scrolling thumbs. Has anyone seen anything that would fit the bill?
I'm looking for a script which will scroll the thumbs, and show the large version of the current thumb automatically. Clicking on a different thumb will override, and clicking on the arrows will scroll the thumbs, and possibly change the large image shown.
I don't have much by way of spec., so I'm assuming a lot about the way it should function, however I haven't found anything remotely close.
I have created the following page [URL] where I have a number of main links and then sublinks for these. At the moment when a main link is clicked the content scrolls vertically and when a sublink is clicked eg Blue Inner Link 1 the content slides horizontally. how can I update the script so that when I click a main link the content scrolls horizontally and when I click a sublink the content scrolls vertically?
A little difficult to explain, but here goes:I've combined a couple different jquery scrollable functions to a webpage that I'm creating. URL...for my horizontal scrolling.The problem with the vertical scrolling function is that it relies on the mousewheel and mouse clicks for scrolling and I don't feel it's immediately apparent that the text scrolls. But I really like the effect, so I've added arrows and tried to get the functionality from the vertical scrolling example, but it's not working, except for the down arrow in the content in the very last tab. When you click on an arrow, it currently takes you to the previous or next horizontal section.
jQuery - Scrolling browser Window. I have two demos of scrolling page content with jQuery.
This one - [url] is scrolling the contents inside a container and it works as I wanted on Mac/PC
I need the same effect as above but I need to scroll the whole browser window.
I have a demo here - [url]
Problem here is on the Mac the transition are jumpy and it seems to flash the first yellow div before sliding up or down. Testing on a PC it will slide down but won't slide up. How can I get the whole browser window to slide up and down with a smooth transition.
im searching for a plugin/code example for text scrolling. I got some text in a <div> if text is longer than for example 300px it gets cut and is scrolling from start to end, stops for a second and then scrolls back, stops and all over, and if its not long enough than 300px then just displays normaly. Something similar to the Song name scrolling inin anyMP3 player.
I'm looking for an solution to find out the real vertical viewport - without the height of horizontal scrollbars.
I have two frames side by side. The left one declared 'scrolling="no"' and the right one 'scrolling="auto"'. For the left frame it is important to know if the right frame has a horizontal scrollbar and how sick it is. So I have tried to compare the viewport of both frames.
Using 'window.innerHeight', 'document.documentElement.clientHeight', 'document.body.clientHeight' or 'document.body.offsetWidth' I get the height including the scrollbars.
The same problem with two frames (rows="50%,50%) i've solved with block elements declared with a width of 100%. Comparing the offsetWidth of both, I can see if there is a scrollbar in one frame. But with frames side by side that doesn't work.
I am a newbie to Sitepoint, and relatively new to CSS and JS. I am using a script from Dynamic Drive and have posted this on their forum as well, with no luck. The menu looks great in every browser but IE. When you hover over the parent page and the child pages show up, they go away when you start to scroll down. But if you scroll really slow, they stay up. I am trying to avoid re-doing the whole thing. Both the CSS and the HTML are below. The site is computerdepot-online.net
I know nothing of js yet, I'm still studying CSS & PHP. So I'm just looking for a ready made script for vertical scrolling. I found one that does exactly that, but all the css styling is done in the javascipt, so I was completely lost. I want to be able to just enter the html (into the js array if neccessary, I can do that much lol) and have it scroll upwards, simple as that. The nearest thing I could find to what I want is this Creating a vertical content scroller using DHTML I can style my div & images myself, then all I need to do is enter the html and away it goes, but it functions just like the marquee tag in that it waits for the entire content to clear before it starts scrolling again.
I've been working on a vertical reveal menu. Right now it works ok with CSS. But what i'd like it to do is when you mouse over, reveal the menu and have that menu stay open until the user mouses over another menu item. Right now it's a bit jumpier than i'd like it and would like to basically have it stay open on a mouse out event, again until it hits another menu item. Code:
I'm using Jquery to power my horizontal scrolling portfolio site.[URL] I have a problem that on a smaller browser window elements becomeverticalscroll-ableand id rather it force you tore-sizerather then break the design. Using the basic CSS Overflow:Hiddenisn'tan option because it then sticks the horizontal scrollbar wherever the end of your page loads at, making anuglybar across the middle of largerresolutionscreens. I used a mootools approach thatremovesonly one of the scrollbars, but mootoolsdoesn'tplay nice with jquery in this fix.
Has anyone tried to attempt this? or am I just banging my head against a problem andover complicatingthis? I could always just make the page elements smaller, but liking my big photo presentation.
Oh and I dont mind about compatibility with IE6, im in the graphic design business, all the people im showing this too have a more modern browser or use the 64-bit IE.
I need to implement a timeline whereby the user can scroll through the different years i.e 1981 -> 2009. I need to use the jQuery slider but the timeline must be vertical in slider not horizontal as per most of the examples out there i.e [URL]. Any example of a working vertical jQuery slider. The timeline is just going to be in a div and will be text mainly text.