[Pro] Scrolling Graphics

  1. I need to create a scroll for logos - have been trying to make this happen with the scroll project actions. No luck.

  2. I will need to link the logos when clicked to other websites/pages - which I’m hoping is as simple as any other linking.

  3. Will need to add logos weekly, if not daily into the scroll.

THANKS!
Darlene


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Can you explain a bit more?

Are you wishing to scroll these images automatically or via a click/mouseover event?

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Hi Dave and thanks,

No, they need to scroll on click/mouseover with the arrows.

If they move off the arrow, scrolling needs to stop.

Then they need to be able to click on an image to go to an info page…
(which I’m assuming will still be normal linking procedures)

I will need to be able to add images as needed; so I guess that means it
needs to be infinite scroll?..? (However, I don’t need that today
necessarily - unless it’s a do it right once… which I prefer :slight_smile:

Will be the same feature on multiple pages (all the same images, same
scrolling, same links, etc.)

Hope this makes the water murky and not muddy!

Darlene Miller
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On 7/14/11 6:23 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

Can you explain a bit more?

Are you wishing to scroll these images automatically or via a
click/mouseover event?

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This can easily be created with the Scroll actions ie Scroll Content, Scroll Layer and Scroll Button.

Quick example at http://www.deltadesign.co/scrolllayer.html

Create the container that will display the scrolling items and apply the Scroll Layer action to it - position on your page.

Create the container that will display the content for it and apply the Scroll Content action. You can put any content in there you want ie text, images etc. This can be put on the pasteboard out of the way.

Create the Button(s) and apply the Scroll Button action, set the parameters you want.

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Hmmmm. That’s what I tried before and it didn’t work. Here’s what I did…
maybe you can find the hole.

  1. Created an HTML box - Layer Action applied

  2. Created another HTML Box inside that

  3. Inserted (pasted) graphics inside that 2nd HTML Box. Scroll Content
    Applied

  4. Created my arrows - tried them inside the first box and outside all
    boxes. Scroll Button Action Applied

  5. Hung my head… sought higher authority.

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On 7/14/11 6:55 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

This can easily be created with the Scroll actions ie Scroll Content,
Scroll Layer and Scroll Button.

Quick example at http://www.deltadesign.co/scrolllayer.html

Create the container that will display the scrolling items and apply the
Scroll Layer action to it - position on your page.

Create the container that will display the content for it and apply the
Scroll Content action. You can put any content in there you want ie text,
images etc. This can be put on the pasteboard out of the way.

Create the Button(s) and apply the Scroll Button action, set the
parameters you want.

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Step 2 is where you went wrong

Create your other HTML box elsewhere on the page (or pasteboard) apply Scroll Content action to it.

You can Cut the 2nd box out of the first and copy/paste it elsewhere on the page to avoid having to recreate from scratch.

Buttons should be outside 1st box

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Fabulous!! Thank you.

Darlene Miller
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On 7/14/11 7:21 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

Step 2 is where you went wrong

Create your other HTML box elsewhere on the page (or pasteboard) apply
Scroll Content action to it.

You can Cut the 2nd box out of the first and copy/paste it elsewhere on
the page to avoid having to recreate from scratch.

Buttons should be outside 1st box

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Remember that if you use Mouseover for your button settings that this doesn’t really work in iOS - an iOS click will move the scroll but not nicely/smoothly.

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