I am currently working on my portfolio site and there are a few things I am trying to implement.
The first one is a coda slider for my gallery..
here’s my design:
i just need a push in the right direction, thanks
if you have any other suggestions, please do so
jQuery for Designers has a great tutorial on creating an infinite carousel.
If you need help with the jQuery, I will help you.
thanks for the reply… so lets go ahead and get into the meat of the problem.
On my site, threedash.com, I am working on the webdesign section.
here is what I am trying to do with jquery coda slider
my best option is:
Why example four? (well the author of the plugin suggested it) :D
the area in which I am trying to place this div is highllighted in purple.
i’ve tried going through the steps to implement the codes into my html file, but for some reason it goes wrong.
if you look at my other pages, the txt and div are generally placed by an "absolute" position. So i plan on doing the same thing for the the webdesign section as well. I know this isn’t the proper way to do it.
And yes, I am also a designer first, programmer second…And also, I am using dreamweaver.
any help will do…
thanks for reading my post.
I will help you build the slider, but I’m in my last week before Thanksgiving break and I have a few tests that I need to study for so I can’t work on it right now. But I’m free this next week so hopefully I can help you make your coda slider.
I took the code on your website and improved the navigation (made it into one sprite) and optimized some of the CSS. I’m planing on making a video explaining what I changed and why I changed it.
// Here’s an example of your site (It looks the same other than the links don’t work)
I’m sorry for the long wait. I’ve been away from my computer and didn’t get a chance to upload the files.
I’ve uploaded the final to my website
and the zip
I built a coda slider from scratch because it was easier for me to customize it, and I’ve put it into a plugin.
and the html markup
Let me know what you think,
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