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Hi this looks amazing, can it be incorporated into a wordpress theme homepage easily ? and can the news come from any source like an rss feed from some other site ? thank you jony..

Hi,

You would probably need some kind of proxy on a server side – that’s because Javascript can’t download resources that are on a different domain that your website is. The RSS feeds will be in the next release of NewsBox.

I’m not sure what about Wordpress – I just don’t use it – but I might look into it.

hey, thank you very much for the help, look forward to the updates and a great script! I’ll be back again for it soon, thanks again Jony,

Love how this works. I have it in my html page and I’m trying to make it so it displays a long skinny box with 1 line of text showing each time. Its cutting off the text and I can’t get it to be the 800px I want. Not sure what I need to change besides in the width and height variable in the head, but it’s not working so far… Any ideas?

Sorry! I figured it out with the css!

Once it cycles through one time (I have 3 DIVs that it goes through), it just stops. Is there a way to have it loop through those DIVs?

There is no such possibility right now. Maybe in the future..

hi,

why is the second line positioned lower than the first one?

Hi, I run in the same problem than flinhardt : I have 3 div with 1 line of content and they aren’t display at the same place vertically…

Damn… it doesn’t loop. How come the demo does loop, but the script as you buy it doesn’t?? It’s cheap, but wasted money all the same.

Nope, no looping. It reaches the end and the feed goes blank. Thank goodness it was only 3 bucks. That’s not even a gallon of gas. Lame script. Too bad, there aren’t enough of these… someone needs to make a good one.

Thanks nice script
I purchased even I read it has problem with loop, since demo works with loop,
I run the script local and it loops as in demo without any problem.(tested with Chrome, Safari)

Amigo2000: You say it runs “locally” without any problem, so now upload it to a server (which is where most people are going to be using it) and see how far you get. ;)

Silly you.

Hi,

I’ve got this working well in Firefox, safari, chrome but it doesn’t work in IE. IS there an update for IE? Am I missing something?

Thanks,

Tony

anyone able to get this working in IE? Seems to be no help coming from the developer…..hmmmmm.

Very nice job. Because of image displaying : unic !

Can anyone tell me why this coding doesn’t work. All I want is a simple vertical Newsbox scroll with my own content. My links to js scripts are correct.

Thanks in advance, Jim

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC ”-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd”> <head> <title>jsScrollbar</title> <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=iso-utf-8” /> <script type=”text/javascript” src=”js/jquery.js”></script> <script type=”text/javascript” src=”js/jquery.newsbox.js”></script> <style type=”text/css”>

<script type=”text/javascript”> function main() { var newsboxId = ”#myNews”; $(newsboxId).newsbox({ width: ‘250px’, height: ‘100px’, autoChangeTime: 3000, //time after changing news item (in ms) autoResumeTime: 500, //time after resuming changing items showAnimTime: 400, //fade in time for news items hideAnimTime: 400, //fade out time for news items }); }

$(main); </script> </head>

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Very Nice, exactly what I need. I was worried by earlier comments over looping not working but decided to purchased anyway. Tested locally and then copied to server and it loops just fine.

Thanks, pleased I purchased.

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