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I've managed to fix the problem by not using .ready, but setting a timeout which makes the images able to load (for most speeds, so not ideal:()
It does not really matter that the images...
Thanks for your reply.
That's by far the best solution on to this point. However, with this setup, the space between the arrows and the center div will be dynamically, correct?
I wonder if...
When using a fixed with on a parent div, absolute positioning inside that div should remain the the same location. So yes, this fixes your problem.
Consider though that by only setting width...
That's probably it yes.
In firefox, you can mostly rightclick your page and select view background image, even when it cannot be found. Then you can see the path to which your html is referring,...
I don't really follow.
http://jsfiddle.net/Veqdb/ Everything looks fine here?
Looks difficult to solve. Negative margins don't seem to work. Inline does not either.
May I ask, why aren't you just using tables?
I'm trying to solve a problem involving a div that is dynamicly generated by the jQuery Cycle script: the pager div.
This is what I like to accomplish:
Which is based on...
anyone please? Still failing to solve this :(
for the jquery cycle script I need to generate a wrap around every 4 dynamicly created div's of the same class.
for example, If the following posts are generated:
I don't think it's a 'real' mouseclick, it's just like hitting next and forward one page in your browser, events which can be triggered, but not controlled I think.
Unfortunately, that works but does not fix my problem. Because it's a list with multiple .spotlighticon div's, it changes all icons in the list and not just the one in the container i'm hovering.
You can try putting both versions in a different div, and calling a display:block and display:visible depending on the selected item.
In case you select usa, this function should do the trick:
If you use a WYSIWYG editor like dreamweaver, you can open the html file and edit the code to your needs. the .html is the example.
After you changed it to the way you want it to look, you can...
I need some help. I'm working on a carousel with slides containing text and an image. On slide:hover, the text changes color, but i also need to change the picture.
Normally i could...
Just like JPD, i really advice you to use the jquery slide script. You can download it free and it's the most easy slideshow available. You can add next and previous buttons in whatever way you like...
Wow you are awesome!
The idea is really simple:
I need a progress bar, not linked to anything, which exists out of multiple div's that represent the bars, like this:
Please don't be hating because i'm new to this stuff. I only need these couple of lines to make it work, and I was on the assumption that guys here might wanna help me out.
It's not that i'm too...
anyone? I'm a total JS noob and been messing with this for hours :(
I'm sorry for that. Thanks.
Found a solution which is a little bit different but has the same effect:
its not an answer to your question, but you might be interested in the following script:
You should also consider the average user resolution of 1024x768. this means the page would be 1024 width, but you have to take the scrollbar in account.
still, the standard sizes are on...