Hi everyone again… I think I’m starting to bust some chops here, but thanks for everyone’s help anyway.
Now I’m trying to learn how to create a ‘fix’ for browsers with disabled JS. For example, my jQuery slider displays all its images vertically in those situations.
How can I make my site display a non-sliding version instead of displaying it that way?
Here is a link to get you started.
I think you could use the no-js class to write your slideshow css to display however you like if a user has JS disabled.
Sorry, I couldn’t edit the link to be in an anchor tag properly because I fail but just copy/paste it.
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How much time? Is it so much that you can actually perceive it personally?
If not, then it’s a non-issue.
But that wasn’t the actual question.
The question was:
>How can I make my site display a non-sliding version instead of displaying it that way?
Until we see the site, we can’t comment, but I would google “pure CSS slider” being aware that you will have legacy browser issues for actual animations / transitions.
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