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  • #152012
    devil3682116
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    I want to change the color of car exactly like this site “http://www.ford.com/cars/focus/”, I want to have color elements in ul li and the background images as it is in the site with lesser css or jquery, any help?

    #152013
    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    What have you tried so far?

    #152014
    devil3682116
    Participant

    If you say I’ll stop asking question in this forum

    #152015
    devil3682116
    Participant

    I like this one http://www.htmldrive.net/items/show/1257/jQuery-useful-Product-Colorizer-Plugin-

    and this one http://www.htmldrive.net/items/show/1064/jQuery-Custom-Change-background-effect

    but cant get through

    even i tried to filter the ford site i mentioned in my question

    but there are many unused css and javascripts so i didnt tried.

    it needs these to run
    1)var __params = { site : “bs” , peflip : “#” , model : “Focus2014” , vehicleLifeCycle : “launch” , metricsname : “focus” , modelName : “Focus” , ngpID : “Focus” , year : “2014” , make : “Ford” , segment : “cars” , baseURL : “#” , canonicalURL : “/cars/focus/” , anchorPage : “page” , domain : “#” }; window._NGBSDEBUG = false;

    2)library-aggregate-head.js
    3)template-aggregate-head.js
    4)

    <

    script type=”text/javascript”>
    YAHOO.util.Event.onDOMReady(function () {
    getMetricsOutputPath();….(it is a bit lengthy)
    5) library-aggregate.js
    6)template-aggregate.js
    7)

    YAHOO.util.Event.onDOMReady( function(){
    _instances.bsLoader.init();
    }) ;

    if i remove anyone then that script dont work.. :( kinda fraustrated. and yes thanks for getting into my nerve expert!

    #152043
    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    What the Ford site does is overlay a new bg image (presumably using a fade function to smooth things out based on the ‘color’ being clicked.

    #152096
    devil3682116
    Participant

    @JUSTDAN AND @PAULIE_D : thanks!

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