paul_wilkins — 2010-03-24T06:25:18-04:00 — #1
I've just recently come across Nivo Slider
I'd like to hear from others about slideshows that are more effective or easier to get going than this one.
I wouldn't include jQuery Cycle though due to the amount of development required to achieve half of the features commonly expected from a slideshow.
smarterbydesign — 2010-08-14T22:32:56-04:00 — #2
Does anyone have any experience placing two Nivo Sliders on a single page? I have followed various notes via their Forum but things are not working as expected. I understand I need to create #slider1 and #slider2 but the .css has me a bit confused. Do I need to create full sets of CSS for each #slider AND also place two JS Styles in the header of my page. You can see what I am attempting here: http://smarterbydesignonline.com/home.htm (this is the jQuery/Nivo Slider version of the current Home page at http://smarterbydesignonline.com)
Any help, links, direction etc. will be greatly appreciated.
west_end_lane — 2010-06-25T11:52:56-04:00 — #3
Hmmm. Almost sorted I should have put.
It all works great in Firefox, but I lose the drop shadow in IE8, it doesn't slide in IE7 and the screen is blank on IE6!
In the CSS I added display:none to stop the images flashing on start up, but the slider disappears in IE7 altogether.
Here is the site: my site
Hope someone can help.
west_end_lane — 2010-06-17T11:13:11-04:00 — #4
I have it all working, but am not sure where and how I place the CSS to stop the images flashing on loading. It says in the instructions to manually apply it.
Could anyone give an idea or example?
west_end_lane — 2010-06-17T16:54:45-04:00 — #5
No worries, all sorted now:)
guitarmantra — 2010-05-20T21:44:38-04:00 — #6
good one but i think it load little slow plus i would loved it if we could get auto sliding of images
shyflower — 2010-03-24T10:05:01-04:00 — #7
Ah! DT posted this on Facebook. It is really a very nice slider. I bookmarked it! Good find!
raffles — 2010-03-24T15:25:27-04:00 — #8
dark_tranquility — 2010-03-24T15:44:28-04:00 — #9
Yeah and as I said there I really liked it! It is cool to use, and quite easy to integrate and customize... We are already planing to use for two projects we are on now
west_end_lane — 2010-03-24T18:54:22-04:00 — #10
Looks cool. Has some great options in there.
Thanks for the link.
crmalibu — 2010-03-24T20:56:59-04:00 — #11
black_max — 2010-03-25T00:32:49-04:00 — #12
The demo looks terrific in Opera 10.51. I've spent a lot of time trying out various jQuery sliders, and most of them have some serious caveats that prevent me from considering them. I'll give this one a whirl. Interestingly, the site doesn't claim that it works in IE6, but it works as well in that verdamnt browser as most other jQ sliders, even if it is a bit rocky.
jeffwalden — 2010-03-25T02:25:58-04:00 — #13
Very cool - great find! I'm just rolling out a project where we have a large image slider on front and center on the home page. Time to see if I can get the client interested in some of these cool transitions!
matthew_higgins — 2010-03-25T05:16:08-04:00 — #14
I'm currently redeveloping big sections of my personal website. I'm after a photography category, and was planning on having a big CU3ER at the top, but this has totally converted me!
brandonk — 2010-03-25T14:32:45-04:00 — #15
Weird... it doesn't seem to work for me in FF3.6.2. Works great in Chrome, but in FF all I see is a sliver of the first image and it never changes.
raffles — 2010-03-25T15:11:36-04:00 — #16
Working fine for me in FF3.6.2. Maybe an extension of yours is interfering?
cooper_semantics — 2010-03-25T20:31:02-04:00 — #17
Yeah, I saw this the other day and i'm very impressed.
I'd be curious to use this on an upcoming project.
flipsadler — 2010-03-26T02:53:28-04:00 — #18
this script would be a great help in displaying images to your page. transition of images was so cool. . thanks for the link.
brandonk — 2010-03-26T11:12:57-04:00 — #19
sg707 — 2010-03-26T16:58:43-04:00 — #20
This is sick! on top of that it's extension to jQuery....pure awesomeness!
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