Re: [WSG] Standards compliant slideshow

2006-03-13 Thread CHEN Benfeng
Hi,

Maybe you could take a look at HTML Sildy
(www.w3.org/2005/03/slideshow.html )?

-Ben

 Hello,

 Can anyone please recommend a standards compliant slideshow script that
 uses a list of images within the HTML markup to dynamically
 create the show.

 Thanks

 Daz
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Re: [WSG] Standards compliant slideshow

2006-03-13 Thread Richard Stephenson
 Can anyone please recommend a standards compliant slideshow script that
 uses a list of images within the HTML markup to dynamically
 create the show.

http://slayeroffice.com/code/imageCrossFade/xfade2.html

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Re: [WSG] Standards compliant slideshow

2006-03-13 Thread Darren West
Thats cool, thanks all, although I think I may have miss explained
myself - will simplify with links :)

Basically I am trying to setup pagination - here are the pages:

http://ta.rt-ms.net/teamengine/property.html
http://ta.rt-ms.net/teamengine/assets/js/media.js

And is the markup:

div id=photos class=media
 h2Photos/h2
 pImage 1 of 10/p
 ul
  lia id=previous href=Previous Image/a/li
  lia id=next href=Next Image/a/li
 /ul
 pimg id=placeholder src=assets/img/bss1931.jpg width=400
height=300 //p
 pClick to replace image above/p
 p id=gallery
  a href=assets/img/bss1931.jpgimg src=assets/img/bss1931T.jpg
width=160 height=120 //a
  a href=assets/img/bss1931A.jpgimg
src=assets/img/bss1931AT.jpg width=160 height=120 //a
  a href=assets/img/bss1931B.jpgimg
src=assets/img/bss1931BT.jpg width=160 height=120 //a
  a href=assets/img/bss1931C.jpgimg
src=assets/img/bss1931CT.jpg width=160 height=120 //a
  a href=assets/img/bss1931D.jpgimg
src=assets/img/bss1931DT.jpg width=160 height=120 //a
  a href=assets/img/bss1931E.jpgimg
src=assets/img/bss1931ET.jpg width=160 height=120 //a
 /p
 pa href=Back to top/a/p
/div

I want to use an unobtrusive method utilising the next and previous
IDs to page the anchors href attribute.

Thanks again all, any ideas would be very welcome.

Daz

On 13/03/06, Peter Goddard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Try Eric Meyer's solution

 http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/

 Need I say More?

 Peter

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  Can anyone please recommend a standards compliant slideshow script
  that uses a list of images within the HTML markup to dynamically
  create the show.

 http://slayeroffice.com/code/imageCrossFade/xfade2.html

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Re: [WSG] Standards compliant slideshow

2006-03-13 Thread Jon Tan

Darren West wrote:

Hello,

Can anyone please recommend a standards compliant slideshow script
that uses a list of images within the HTML markup to dynamically
create the show.
  
Slightly self-promoting but try http://scooch.gr0w.com . The current 
demo is woefully out of date already with a lot of work being done now 
around extra functionality but the core slide show features will 
persist. Please feel free to try it and let us know what you think. 
There's a free for personal use download coming shortly.


All the best, Jon
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