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Great value!! Works well.
Suggestion regarding the navigation buttons …
Could you configure an option so that the layout of the navigation dots will resemble the layout of the website?
If the web site has …
Row 1 – 4 pics
Row 2 – 3 pics
Row 3 – 2 pics
Row 4 – 5 pics
Row 5 – 3 pics
The navigation dots will follow that graphic layout.
If it needs to be done manually for each website design, then instructions on how to do so?
Another navigation layout option …
An option to have the Rows in horizontal or vertical bar style menu, as a header or footer or where ever, and display just the Page dots for the selected/high lighted Row?
Great work, great value !!
Hi I’m glad you like it! Yes I have thought about setting up the navigation like that – I will have a play around to see what I can come up with for the next version release. But I’m sure you can manually move each nav item around with CSS.
Your script is a very good value and superior to another full page scrolling script I bought.
Question: Could you list some the jQuery Sliders you have successfully used with pageAnimate? And perhaps include an instruction outline?
I have tried (bought) 3 highly rated and high sales Slider from codecanyon and could not make them work with your product. As soon as the Slider initialize script is invoked, pageAnimate looses its layout and function.
Setting up these sliders is very basic.
If I change the initialize order for the two products, then pageAnimate works and sliders do not work.
I have successfully used these same sliders elsewhere, and with other smooth scrolling scripts. Though these other scripts have only vertical scroll function.
I posted the above questions about using jQuery sliders with pageAnimate.
Solved my problem. I am next to a know nothing and dnot cluded in enough to consider the loading of duplicate libs that was occurring with the several products.
Came across an article discussing this issue. I was loading the libs and custom scripts of one product and then again loading the same libs and the custom scripts of another product.
Removed all the duplicate libs, placed all the libs at the top and then loaded all the custom scripts for the various products.
Hope this helps some one else who is a know nothing.
Really liking pageAnimate.
PageAnimate is great! You done a very good job.
Question regarding adding manual navigation.
Could you show an example of how to code a button that would light up to indicate the current slide?
You have made the manual trigger for “go to slide” so very easy. Is it possible to accomplish a “current page indicator” (trigger a rollover or hover) with somehow using the approach?
Would you have an example for this?
Is such code in your buttons collection?
Wish to manually create navigation with “go to slide” buttons and a “current page” indicator.
The PageAnimate doesn’t have the functionality to make navigation items become “active” when that slide is showing. However, if you are reasonable with jQuery, it shouldn’t be too hard to do yourself?
I’m glad you like it!
Hello, Thank you for the quick reply. I am a know nothing. But since posting, have come across several code examples to guide me. The function has been accomplished. thank you
Is it possible to navigate the with the keyboard? With arrow keys for example?
I have not added that functionality to the slider, although you might be able to yourself
I have an index page and then about 7 “tour pages” built on wordpress.
How can I use this script to cause each tour page to slide into view?
You should be able to do that by loading each page into a new slide in the slider. I explained how to do this in the pageAnimate description under the heading “Does the pageAnimate slider pull Content from other Web-Pages?”
Let me know how you go.
Hello, we just bought your script to our site. But we have a little problem.
We want only two arrows to left and right side of the page instead of nav squares in bottom of the page.
Can you help us a little?
Thanks for purchasing! That’s actually something I’m working on for the next version. I haven’t got a working script yet… But I guess a way you could do it is to disable the navigation bar and just add arrows to each individual slide, which link to the next or previous slides. Let me know how you go!
Thanks! Yes there is an auto play feature but it can’t be paused (only stopped).
i changed this:
‘autoAdvance’ : false
but the page is STILL it doesnt move by it self, it stays put on the first slide
any ideas hoq i can fix it?
Hi sorry for the late reply, can you send me the entire code file?
Very nice work.
I would buy if you can answer the following questions satisfactorily:
(1) I don’t want # in URL. I want ‘Real’ page-transition like images.
For example, If I have 3 pages viz. Home.html, Gallery.html and Contact.html; then my URLs should be:
when I go to next page, it should be:
www.website.com/Gallery.html (not www.website.com/home#gallery or anything like that)
again on Next, it should be:
In other words, there must be real transition effect between pages. Not the fetching of data on the same page from the other one.
(2) Do you provide open source js, css files so that I can edit some parameters if I wish. I hope, the coding files that you provide are not encrypted or compressed.
(4) Does your product support Android browsers’ platform?
Else, it is really nice product. Well done!
The files aren’t compressed, are commented quite heavily (also has a documentation), I haven’t tried the product very much on android. And most unfortunately, you cannot have the url without a hash. I’m sure there is a way to make it like /page.html rather than #page.html because I know Google does that. I will have to add this in the next update.
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