Two sliders on top of each other
# January 28, 2013 at 6:59 pm
Here’s what I’ve done so far:
3 problems here:
– Why header isn’t on top of everything?
– Why isn’t overflow-x not working?
– Why does the text slider appearing on top of the images slider?
PS: I need to have 2 independent sliders because I’m gonna have content between them.
Thanks in advance for the help.# January 28, 2013 at 7:28 pm
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The header isn’t on top of everything because you haven’t put any content inside of it. I see that you have set the maximum:
max-height: 40px;but this doesn’t increase the size of the header. Try adding some text to the header.
For the overflow-x, the
#img-wrapper imgis set to
position: absolute. I tried playing around with your code, and the overflow-x worked for me when I removed the
The text slider (I think you mean the
#text-wrapperright?) comes up on top of the image slider (
#img-wrapper) because you’re setting both to z-index: 1. Since the
#text-wrapperis the last element whose z-index changes, it appears on top. (When two elements have the same z-indices, the last z-index element goes on top.)# January 29, 2013 at 5:40 am
Ok, the header was a problem of my example, I have now a defined size.
The z-index was only to have the content bellow the header (z-index: 2). I want to have #text-wrapper bellow the #img-wrapper.
I can’t remove position: absolute (http://jsfiddle.net/9wPDy/4/) because I want to make a slider from this (that’s why my mix up with the names) and I need to be able to set the x position of each image inside their wrapper and each text inside theirs. I think this is my biggest problem. How to position them inside the container?
Here’s what I want: http://imgur.com/3PFIKAM# January 29, 2013 at 6:44 am
>I need to be able to set the x position of each image inside their wrapper and each text inside theirs. I think this is my biggest problem
I’m not sure it is.
Why not just put a single working slider in place first (**which one are you using BTW?**), build around it and debug from there?# January 29, 2013 at 7:07 am
I’m trying to build one for myself @paulie_d.
Ok, so I’m following your advise and just begin to build the slider. I want a slider with 100% width, the images with 90% width and I want to slide them horizontally.
My CSS problem continues, I can’t make the images float inside him: http://jsfiddle.net/jAyHa/1/# January 29, 2013 at 7:10 am
If the images are 90% width then I don’t think floating is the answer (I could be wrong).
Why not look at an existing slider ( I hear the [Anything Slider](https://github.com/CSS-Tricks/AnythingSlider “Anything Slider”) is pretty awesome) and see how they did it?
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