It looks like that you are using jQuery 1.3.2 on that page and really the minimum required jQuery version is 1.4.4, but ideally you should use the latest version. That’s why the autoplay isn’t working.
I had the same problem, autoplay wasn’t working. I also had the older version of jQuery, but changing it to the latest version didn’t help.
Also, every time I activate the AnythingSlider plugin, the other features work (aside from autoPlay), but as soon as I start setting some settings for the slider, these features no longer work. For e.g, my arrows are still there, but they no longer change slides.
My site is hereI’d appreciate if anyone could take a look!
I am using three sliders, calling the anything slider with the shortcode in the header.php file. E.g.
That would be awesome thanks! I’m still new to webdesign/ JQuery, but I was wondering if the shortcode coding is visible in the source files, and if so where (file + line reference would be great).. I might want to look at how the other shortcodes are done in case I want to add more shortcode- for e.g. I might want to have arrows on one slider, no arrows on another, etc. I know some of these exist, but not all I think.
Not to be nitpicky, but I also noticed that when embedding a youtube video, I can’t get it to stop playing automatically. Right now it doesn’t auto-start the first time around, but the second time around, it starts automatically.
Is there a way to keep this from starting? I didn’t find anything in the settings, although I thought I remembered seeing more options under “video” in the older previous versions?
Yeah, sorry that is a known bug with iframes (it shouldn’t be happening with embedded video) – The slider pauses videos when they go out of view, which apparently if they weren’t started, get flagged as being paused and thus start playing when they come into view a second time. Oddly, Firefox is the only browser that doesn’t do that.
Last comment on trivial matters I promise- I noticed that the time stamp on comments on this forum, for those within one day, is calculated inversely from 24 hours. So if it’s been 1 hour, it will say 23 hours, 6 hours -> 18 hours etc..