Sliding Gallery

I have a little image gallery application in rails enough for small
galleries
(20< photos). But as images increase and the user needs to scroll down
the
page it starts getting anoying to see all pictures…

I thought pagination but then I saw this AJAX goodness

http://www.apple.com/getamac/ads/

As you can see the videos scroll right/left when the arrows are pressed
in a
circular manner without reloads etc.

Is there any information around on how to do this??? tips? anything is
welcome…

by the way the ads are very funny…

regards,
Horacio

On 22 Jun 2006, at 12:15, Horacio S. wrote:

http://www.apple.com/getamac/ads/

As you can see the videos scroll right/left when the arrows are
pressed in a
circular manner without reloads etc.

Is there any information around on how to do this??? tips? anything is
welcome…

Tip number one:

View the source of the Apple page and work your way back up. It’s a
piece of javascript that uses a class probably loaded from one of the
external javascript files you find on top. It should give you the
information you need (mind you, these are copyrighted by apple, so
you can’t just copy the scripts in your application).

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

Horacio S. wrote:

circular manner without reloads etc.

Is there any information around on how to do this??? tips? anything is
welcome…

by the way the ads are very funny…

regards,
Horacio

Take a look at:

http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/index.html?whichScript=image-slideshow-5

Thanks…

I know this stuff belongs to apple, that is why I don’t want to deepen
myself
in that code… apart from it being too complex for what I need.

regards,
Horacio

é??æ??æ?¥ 23 6æ?? 2006 02:09ã?Peter De Berdt ã?ã??はæ?¸ãã¾ã?ã?:

Thanks a lot!!

got it working in no time but with the vertical version that is cooler
and
easier to understand…

http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/index.html?whichScript=image-slideshow-vertical

thanks again…

Horacio

é??æ??æ?¥ 23 6æ?? 2006 02:34ã?Matt Heagney ã?ã??はæ?¸ãã¾ã?ã?:

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