Hi everyone, I have a slight issue where I need to change a div based on a user visiting a specific page which triggers and sets a cookie then switches a div and its content to display different content (a sticky bar).
BUT if any normal visitor DOES NOT visit this specific page the div content (in this case a sticky bar) then the bar does not change.
I have asked on StackOverflow http://t.co/nyxQY9LH and had little response that would help as i’m new to jQuery and use of jQuery cookies especially.
Can anybody help? I’m in desperate need! Prepared to pay a small fee
I contacted the author and received no direct response, maybe i’ll try again. I will also contact you to see what your rates are with regards to this project.
I bought this item around 2 months ago and to be honest, i’m not completely offay with delving into the script to start hacking things to get them working how I need it to, but I was wondering if this could be done…
In a nutshell, i’m just wondering if it’s possible to make the thumbnails clickable to then select the main slide. For example, clicking thumbanil no.2 moves slide 2 into focus
Here’s the plugin: jQuery Product Slider Plugin
i’ve contacted the author and left a comment and he’s mentioned it MAY be something for a future update, but i’mm not holding my breath for a quick turnaround. I may be willing to pay for a developer to make it function how I want it to, but the price needs to be reasonable.
Can anyone help?
Hey… while I agree with your point about Envato providing a nice app for us to use, there are a few out there that integrate with the reporting system very well.
After purchasing an iPad recently, I too was on the lookout for such an app. I eventually purchased iNvatoo Pro after reading this article on Envato Notes.
I’m very pleased with my purchase and have not stopped checking for new sales each time I go back to the iPad.
I hope that helps in yoru quest
Ok, so here goes!
- All layers are labelled.
- All colours used are on editable colour fill layers, stacked in nice layer groups for ease of use.
- All Icons provided on large images are grouped in respective layer groups.
FontAller & Aller Light Both are available freely
I wouldn’t say you have to convert the files to .eps but it’s convenient for the buyer to have as many file types included as possible (within reason).
I would disagree with this – as, with my last vector submission, it was rejected because I didn’t convert and provide the EPS files, I only submitted Illustrator (Ai) files.
What I would suggest, as per the requirements for vector uploads, is that you save the file as an EPS and select the appropriate version on the dropdown it provides for version type.
Including Ai files is a bonus and optional, based on my last submission that was rejected because I only put Ai files in the zip.
Off the top of my head, I also believe you might have the option to select what version you want for the Ai too when saving.