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JQuery Image Slideshow

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hello All;
Before you say anything, I know there is a LOT of JQuery Slideshow examples online every corner you turn, BUT none of them have what I need.

What I require is the follwing:

Load Thumbnails at the bottom (This is readily available)
Load ONLY the larger image when it is clicked on (NOT Preload)
Show detailed information Below image (Not on the image, but below the image)

 ______
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|            |
 ______
"<table></table>
Here for the information"
[thumbnails][thumbnails][thumbnails][thumbnails]

The code needs to be able to accept ASP Classic, as that is what I will be building it on, with a SQL Server backened.

Any suggestions?
Thanks All;
Carrzkiss
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This one is nice

http://www.digitalia.be/software/slimbox2

I think this one is what you want

http://galleria.aino.se/themes/classic/
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by:Wayne Barron
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Not interested in the Slimbox2 and lightbox, this is not what I want for the site(s)
The Galleria, does not provide a place for information to go.
I have checked out Galleria the other day.
It is right nice, but just does not have enough extras that I am needing.

Thanks for the try.
I think that I might have an idea of how to use what I have already to make something that will surfice.
Will post back later on.

Carrzkiss
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I have just implemented this on a website and it should do want your after

http://www.twospy.com/galleriffic/

Just set the preload to 0 in the options
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That looks promising.
I will do some more checking in on it after some much needed rest.
Thanks djpazza
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by:Michel Plungjan
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Very nice. SNIP 8<----
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by:Wayne Barron
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Awesome, works like a charm.
This is a demo of it working in my environment

http://ww.cffcs.com/Tutorials/Gallery/Galleriffic.asp?Type=Pic&memid=1&picid=277

Thanks a LOT!!!
This is going to come in handy in more than one site.
Going to implement it into my main site now!

Thanks Again.
Carrzkiss
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