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  • #40682
    Miela84
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    Hi, I’ve posted a few times. Still in school and learning. I’m doing a site for a friend of mine who wants a site with bottom navigation similar to the sony site. He likes the loader bars at the bottom of each button that corresponds to each picture that transitions on the site. I’m not very familiar with jquery but I’m assuming that this is what’s was used to create the effect. Does anyone know of any links or any info to help me figure out how I can do this type of thing? As far as the CSS goes I’m sure I’d use the sticky footer. Thank you ahead of time.

    http://www.sony.net/united/connectedworld/fr/

    #113653
    JoniGiuro
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    I’ve done something similar here: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/jkumD

    #113654
    JoniGiuro
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    Question to everyone:
    writing this pen I found myself doing something I do quite often but I’m not sure it’s the best was: to select an element from an array of jquery elements I do:

    $($(‘.loader’)[5])//where 5 is the index of the element I want

    is there a better way of doing this?

    thanks

    #113657
    Taufik Nurrohman
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    $(‘.loader’).eq(5)

    #113659
    JoniGiuro
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    works like a charme, thanks Hompimpa

    #113766
    Miela84
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    Thank you. This should help me out a bunch!

    #113772
    Miela84
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    Would I be able to do full screen images with this?

    #113774
    JoniGiuro
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    Yes, just change all the widths/heights

    #113776
    Miela84
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    Cool easy enough. Thank you a bunch for this.

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