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    resolved [RESOLVED] Trouble Linking Thumbnails to Javascript Slider

    This is the website I am working on:

    http://rebeccakush.com/

    I want to turn those little brown boxes (which were generated by the javascript) into thumbnail images.

    I don't know javascript and I can't figure out how I would connect the thumbnail images to the slider.

    Can anyone help?(Thank you in advance)

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    Hi,
    those boxes seem simple <div> styled containers with a JS "onclick" event... i cannot see your JS code from my office, but surely it's possibile to turn those containers into images in a simple and fast way...
    Can you detect/post the JS source of your slider, in order to let me adjust for you?
    Last edited by MrSnowDrop; 09-19-2012 at 04:09 AM.

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    Smile Thank you Mr. Snow Drop

    Mr.Snow Drop - Thank you so much for your kind reply. I posted to another site where a user gave me some code to try, but I hugely appreciate your offer to help. I will be back if I can't figure it out!

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    Hi Mr.SnowDrop... I got the thumbnails working now. Because it is javascript-created thumbnails I am having trouble to get them to do what I want.
    Here is basically the code I am using: http://jsfiddle.net/tovic/43eG7/11/

    and here is my version http://rebeccakush.com/

    I just need the thumbnails to float right. (of course float: right; did not seem to work). Do you have any ideas how I would make this happen?
    thank you in advance.

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    maybe you are floating the wrong element? this seems to work on the fiddle at least...

    Code:
    .pagination a,
    .pagination a img {
        display:block;
        float:right;
        width:50px;
        height:50px;
        margin-left:10px;
        padding:0 0;
    }
    (margin-left added for kicks)

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    Thank you xelawho. I am going to give that another shot.

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    Moving Post to CSS section!


    Got them to go right now! Just need to get them to line up horizontally instead of vertically. I uploaded the latest version.

    http://rebeccakush.com/

    Anyone have any ideas?
    Last edited by ChristyM; 09-22-2012 at 10:01 AM. Reason: Moving Post to CSS section!

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    this is really a css question - have you tried asking on that branch?

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    Yes, Sorry - I wasn't sure if I was supposed to move a thread once it is started.

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    Hi Rebecca, i'm sorry i'm late, but i'm happy to finally see thumbnails correctly set in horizontal lineup, so i suppose it's all alwight...

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    Yes Mr. SnowDrop, all is good! Thank you though for checking in. I am Christy actually. Rebecca is the girl I am making the site for.

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