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21 thoughts on “New jQuery Plugin – The Page Carousel

  1. Outstanding product! Up and running in a matter of about 1 minute! One question though, wasn’t able to find the “nextprev.png” sprite to see how you envisioned it.

    Best regards!

      1. As an option no, but I can add that to a future version. For now you’d have to use the existing options or hack the code to get that effect,

  2. Lovely code. I’ve got it to work, but I’m trying to link a Spry MenuBar I created already to the carousel so that instead of using the javascript/css buttons it creates, I can use the spry menubar that I’ve created instead. How would I go about doing that?

  3. You mentioned in features that Each “page” is bookmarkable and can be linked to directly, do you have any examples of this feature? Want to create my own navigation but cant link directly to pages.

    Thanks in advance

      1. Yea that works from an outside page, what Im attempting is to link from index.html#1 over to index.html#2 within the same document but it doesnt work.

      2. Hmmm, worked when I tested it. Using an absolute path in your link should work the same as a bookmark.

  4. I like your plugin and have been experimenting with it. Instead of the built-in links and prev/next arrows, how can I use my own elements on the page (such as a custom image or text) to create a link that will slide to the next page?

  5. I have created the page carousel correctly, but now i want to add it inside an already finished website.

    But when i add the HTML on the space i want the slide in it takes the full webpage with a scroll bar. Does anyone know which command to erase or change for this ?

  6. How can you stop the carousel when its circle ends and not repeat from the start?
    Just stop and then go back.. and the same thing when its in the beginning not to go to the final ul with the previous button.

      1. hmm I just thought to use the js in one of my projects and your js is the smoothest I found and perfect for the fb app I want to create.. The carousel effect doesn’t bother me that much as i come to realize.. I want to ask you.. can I incorporate the buttons inside the container with a so i would at least make a limited number of buttons for a registration form? U can see the app I created here:

        It is still on development :) Thanks alot for your help man.. your javascript is awesome :)

  7. Hi,
    I’ve been working around a “horizontal scrolling single page” concept for some time.
    There are some restraints and a horizontal page might not be the best option.
    I think a page carousel might be a better option, and I think your “plugin” here might be the solution. I just have 2 questions:
    – is this HTML5 compatible?
    – is there a way to turn off the automatic resize?

    Thanks for any feedback!

    1. I’m not sure what you mean by HTML5 compatible, is there something special you’re looking for? And the carousel doesn’t re-seize anything automatically.

  8. ok, I like your plugin, it as potential! “Resizes with browser” : for the container and text, yes. But for media (img or video) no; because there are cutout, not responsive.
    I see a hash tag for #1,#2,#3… in the url so I thinking the back button worked, but no :-(
    If you think to improve these “problems”… Thanks for your good work :-)

  9. Hi, is there any way to have the navigation and the main content (container) in one div? I implemented the code withing main frame html but the nav is positioned absolute and I cannot fix it :/ Thanks!

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