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  • #193779
    jerryr125
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    Hi -I am in search of a carousel slider for images to place on a website.
    The carousel slider must :
    – be free
    – work with javascript/css (jquery)
    – the slider MUST obtain the images from a directory. This way, the site administrator can simply upload the images into the specific directory without changing code.

    thoughts ? jerry

    #193781
    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    Thoughts?

    Google.

    #193859
    jerryr125
    Participant

    Hi I did a google search.
    The issue I keep having is that the images have to be entered into the code instead of from a specific directory
    Help

    #195020
    Egp
    Participant

    As far as I know, that’s not possible. Not even Javascript, if I got correctly, can read files in a folder and put them in LI’s. Perhaps with Java in an applet.

    With HTML and Js, you have to encode them in the .html…
    (as far as I know)

    #195021
    Egp
    Participant

    Ah sorry,
    it just occurred to me: with PhP you can do this (perhaps): if you don’t know it, google ‘php read files’.

    To use php, however, you must install wamp server (which includes Apache, for Windows).

    #195168
    Egp
    Participant

    If I got it right, he wants to take whatever files are in a specific directory and put them the slider’s list of images, dynamically. It cannot be done with JS, but with PhP (server-side), it can (maybe). I suggest transferring the problem to the PhP forum.

    #195169
    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    I suggest transferring the problem to the PhP forum.

    Until the OP comes back with a response as their comfort level with any of this, I’ll leave it where it is for now.

    #195173
    Egp
    Participant

    Sure, that was intended for the OP as well…

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