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Jquery: prev/next buttons for innerfade plugin

Posted on 2011-03-21
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I'm using the innerfade Jquery plugin to cycle through some images on my site.

(http://medienfreunde.com/lab/innerfade/)

I'd like to allow the user to be able to skip to the next image, or rewind to the previous one by adding appropriate buttons to page - does anyone know if this is possible?

Assuming my buttons are:

<a href="#" id="prev">Prev</a> | <a href="#" id="next">Next</a>

what do I need to add to my document ready script to enable this?

Thanks
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Check this extension : https://github.com/wesbaker/jquery.innerFade

<< This version extends the original with the ability to setup next and previous buttons. >>
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Thanks - that puts me in the right direction.
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