Free responsive HTML5 slideshow - Slippry

On 28 Sep 2015, 1:46 pm, Thomas Kimmich wrote:

a couple of reasons:

Appreciate the details.


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Thanks Scottin - looks to be an excellent resource for those wanting to try it out - assuming - “Never call JavaScript before CSS files” - doesn’t affect the tutorial?

I’m still hoping that Exhibeo 2.0 will bring us the glaringly obvious missing theme of an autoplay undecorated “slider,”, with optional controls… some day.


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On 29 Sep 2015, 12:19 pm, Karen E wrote:

Thanks Scottin - looks to be an excellent resource for those wanting to try it out - assuming - “Never call JavaScript before CSS files” - doesn’t affect the tutorial?

It won’t. While I appreciate Thomas’ comments, the CSS involved only applies to the slider itself (and not the rest of the page) so I doubt there will be any issues. In fact, the order of things as presented came from one of the developers own demos. I have tested the end result on a half a dozen different devices with a number of browsers and have seen no issues.

I’m still hoping that Exhibeo 2.0 will bring us the glaringly obvious missing theme of an autoplay undecorated “slider,”, with optional controls… some day.

Me too. I was rather disappointed with the current constraints of the product.


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First, a BIG thank you to Scottin for his clear and easy to follow tutorial on using Slippry Slider in Freeway Pro! Thank you Scottin!

I was able to watch the tutorial and recreate in about 20 minutes, then took another 10 or so minutes to achieve the Ken Burns transition I wanted and remove the navigation buttons and put in my images. It looks marvelous, I’m still tweaking other elements in the page, so it’s not live yet, but will post when it is.

Further thanks to Thomas, Delta Dave, WaltD for their contributions!
And Karen E… for mentioning and bringing Slippry Slider to my attention to begin with!!!

Lastly, Scottin, you might want to include your 80% width CSS in the downloads files so that others can copy this CSS code without typos. Looks great!

With best regards and gratitude, Lewis

Below is my below markup for the Ken Burns transition and to drop the navigation buttons.


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CORRECTION!
It should read BEFORE markup - NOT BELOW


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Below is my below markup for the Ken Burns transition and to drop the navigation buttons.

Before end should be where it goes.

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Appreciating my comment sounds more kinda “thanks, but sucks”, so let me be a lil bit more detailed:

CERTAINLY things will work. Regarding “one function” in one page. Being some moons member of this list now, I know enough about the audience and its attitude, especially this one I “love” very much:

Cannot wait to see your step-by-step tutorial in figuring out how to integrate Slippry into Freeway Pro with Backdraft template!

Slice and butter bread, cut it into small pieces - i do so hard to chew and swallow!

But back to main:

You can do whatever you want to do and you can place wherever you want to place things. As long as it works - good. But it should be noted that there are several application internal and external actions. Just in case you’ve never heard of them, they’re mostly prefixed by “Scripty” or “FX”. Those actions (beneath others) use to introduce another JS library - (Scriptaculous and Prototype).

Better avoid running both. But if in need, making those two different (nearby the same) libraries running side-by-side it may happen, that you have to “no-conflict” them. And exactly here it’s important to run Scriptaculous and Prototype first, followed by jQuery.

Dealing with external code is everyones own brew, possible - but dangerous. One of several reasons I stopped actively supporting this stuff.

Cheers

Thomas


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Using Scottin’s tutorial, I’ve gotten the results that I wanted. I’m tweaking things and will add some images to the Slippry slider, but the Slippry Ken Burns transition works just beautifully.

So as promised here’s the results, http://www.steedrealestate.com

I did change the location for the one markup file as Delta Dave suggested to Before end . It works fine there!

I also did not use Scottin’s CSS file to achieve the 80% sizing of the html container. Instead I selected the html containing the markup, I set the html item to be centered aligned and then set it’s width to be 80% (it could be any percentage you want), then I set all padding to none so that there would be no white borders around the Slippry slider.

Again, kudos and thanks to all that have contributed to getting this working and explanations and suggestions. – Lewis


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here’s the results

Cool - IMHO your pace on the Burns effect combined with the speed of the transitions is a bit speedy for my tastes. Just opinion, YMMV.

As soon as I find the time I’m going to try this stuff out…


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Hi Karen, I agree that the transition looked too hurried. So I changed the transition timing to 4500 from 2500 miliseconds and I think it’s paced better. Thanks for the feedback!

http://www.steedrealestate.com


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