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  • #31578

    hey there, great job on anythingslider!

    I was wondering, I looked through some posts and couldn’t find anything quite like what I was looking for. I’ve been able to get text in the .thumbNav li generated buttons using the var nameArray. All’s good. I need to have fully styled html like:
    < a div here>

    an h2 styled heading here for slide 1

    a “p” tag for a paragraph for slide 1 here

    < / a closing div tag here>

    and so on for the others… I have the .thumbnav li’s set up as 145 x 150px boxes set up in a horizontal row and need content in each of them as illustrated above. So as the panels slide, the boxes have a “current” state and the styled content is in each corresponding box for each slide. In other words, I need full html content and not just simple text… is this possible?

    #61150

    Found a great and simple solution to this! I originally had a div with columns above the nav ( positioned absolute ), so the li a’s could not be “clicked” through the div above it to advance the slider…

    this guy had a very simple solution to allow click through of elements above links and it worked like a charm!

    simple css class and a little bit of IE conditional

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3680429/click-through-a-div-to-underlying-elements

    #61119

    Update, this solution works, but in IE, the area is clickable, but the cursor changes to the “text” icon when hovering over text ( not clickable wherever text is ) but works great in FF etc… so any ideas on how to populate the .thumbNav li with full html would be greatly appreciated as this would be the ultimate solution…

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