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changing js using PCMS

Thread began 6/08/2012 10:58 am by JamieEff | Last modified 6/08/2012 11:54 am by JamieEff | 333 views | 3 replies

JamieEff

changing js using PCMS

Hi Guys

Just wondering if its possible to use PCMS content to change a bit of JS code?

This is the code:

$(document).ready(function(){

// Set up our options for the slideshow...
var myOptions = {
noImages: 3,
path: "images/slideshow/", // Relative path with trailing slash.
timerInterval: 4500, // 6500 = 6.5 seconds
randomise: true // Start with random image?
};

// Woo! We have a jquery slideshow plugin!
$('#slideshowContainer').easySlides(myOptions);

})



I have tried replacing the noImages: 3, field using PCMS include but that didnt work.

Basically I am trying to allow the site owner to be able to change the number of images that get used in a slideshow.

Thanks

Jamie

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