Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Slideshows in Dreamweaver?

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Slideshows in Dreamweaver?

    How is it possible to have an image slideshow in Dreamweaver like this?

    Thanks,
    Online Portfolio
    robertbeveridge.co.uk
    --
    Graphic Design is the new Rock 'n' Roll

  • #2
    right mouse click "view source"?

    Comment


    • #3
      Ditto what Jam said. It wasn't done with DW alone—if you view the page source you'll see that it uses jQuery (google it if you don't know what it is).

      I would also recommend:
      1. If you're not already using it, download Firefox.
      2. Download & install the Web Developer Toolbar. Familiarize yourself with how it works.
      3. Using the toolbar you just installed, got to Information > View Javascript.
      4. Look in the comments of each script to get the names of the jQuery plugins used.
      5. Download jQuery and search for & download the necessary plugins.
      6. Read the instructions on how to use the plugins.
      7. Begin coding, referring back to the code in example page you posted to see how they implemented it.
      Digi
      The world is divided into people who think they are right.
      —Anonymous

      Comment


      • #4
        Worked like a treat! Thanks
        Online Portfolio
        robertbeveridge.co.uk
        --
        Graphic Design is the new Rock 'n' Roll

        Comment


        • #5
          Please explain in detail

          Hi Rambot,
          I am new to the web designing and would really appreciate if you could explain how to create the page posted in here(which programs I will need and necessary things). I really liked the design of this page and would like to implement it for my personal page.

          Thanks in Advance

          Comment


          • #6
            It's just javascript, Tamuk, from a library called jQuery. You can add javascript to your page with Notepad, TextEdit, Deamweaver, or any other html/text editor.

            Sweet slideshow, though! It looks good, works great, and unlike flash is quick and easy to load. I wouldn't mind implementing that myself...
            Ned Yeung, A.C.E.
            mediamainline.com
            cyclopsphoto.ca

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by tamuk View Post
              Hi Rambot,
              I am new to the web designing and would really appreciate if you could explain how to create the page posted in here(which programs I will need and necessary things). I really liked the design of this page and would like to implement it for my personal page.

              Thanks in Advance
              Its not really appropriate for you to steal someone elses work for your own...very bad practice! Get creative and design something that represents YOU!
              | Valerie |
              "Make sure the fortune that you seek is the fortune that you need"
              -Ben Harper

              Comment

              Search

              Collapse

              Advertisement

              Collapse

              Latest Topics

              Collapse

              • Cosmo
                Comment on Designing With a Grid
                Cosmo
                I'm thinking that may be what he was meaning. For posters I really focus on heirarchy. Grids... not so much. Unless it was maybe a series of posters and I wanted them to look similar.
                Today, 03:56 PM
              • Kayekaye
                Reply to Designing With a Grid
                Kayekaye
                Most grids are for a continuous pleasant group of graphics so as to "belong" together. Most used in magazines and newspapers you can establish a grid for any project. Then subsequent related...
                Today, 03:01 PM
              • JCookeDesign
                Comment on pdf font issue
                JCookeDesign
                That's good to know!
                Today, 02:12 PM
              • HotButton
                Reply to Designing With a Grid
                HotButton
                As is the case with regard to many types of design decision, right or wrong is really not applicable, but that's not to say one decision won't lead to a better result than another.

                I was...
                Today, 01:15 PM
              • Cosmo
                Reply to pdf font issue
                Cosmo
                One way you can work around it (and I always recommend work-arounds as a last step) is to place the PDF into Illustrator. Then go Object>Flatten Transparency and click "Convert All Text To Ou...
                Today, 01:10 PM

              GDF A division of Mediabistro Holdings Adweek | Mediabistro | Clio | Film Expo Group Contact Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy Copyright © 2016 Mediabistro Holdings
              Working...
              X