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Slideshow in Site Professional

Thread began 1/24/2010 5:48 pm by michaelf0199272 | Last modified 1/26/2010 10:34 am by Eric Mittman | 1410 views | 2 replies |


Slideshow in Site Professional

Also see the slideshow on the website.

currently at (top left cornner) -- please see the attached picture.

Some Facts:-- please I am not using <img src=immage /> -- the slide is using arrays such as shown below.

var slides=[]; //FIRST SLIDESHOW
//configure the below images and descriptions to your own.
slides[0] = ["New-Images/05BLO_41-maple-leaves.jpg", " "];
slides[1] = ["New-Images/05KEN-0023-Kendall-Peak2.jpg", " "];

Q1: Does anyone know how I can achieve this in CSS?
Q2: Can I insert my slideshow script in a <DIV> script </DIV>? (if I do this, maybe I will be able to control the location of the slideshow).
Q3: If <Q2> is possible, then can I still implement hspace=n, vspace=n around a <DIV>??

(I will implement my own suggestion when I get back home this evening and see if it will work or not.)

Many thanks,


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Dani Chankhour

1. I'm not sure there is a way you can achieve this using only CSS.
2. You should be able to add your script inside a div to control the location of the slide show.
3. you should be able to use vspace and hspace as long as you don't have a fixed width on the <div>

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Eric Mittman

I also copied this over to the css forum to see if anyone else had some insight into this.


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