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jCarousel Pagination

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Hi,

does anyone know how to get the total number of items in jCarousel

I am trying to create a 1 of 7 , 2 of 7 pagination so the users know what slide they are on.



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Question by:coolispaul
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var total_number = $(".jcarousel-item").length;

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by:coolispaul
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great that works but do you know how to make a pagination function for jcarousel potentially using this.

I tried the following without much luck:

jQuery('#mycarousel2').jcarousel({
      wrap: 'circular',
      scroll:1,
      itemLoadCallback: trigger
    });

   
    function trigger(carousel, state) {
       
      var total_number = $("#mycarousel2 .jcarousel-item").length;

      if(carousel.first > total_number) { $("#counter").html(1); } else { $("#counter").html(carousel.first);}
 
    }
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by:leakim971
ID: 36491186
No, I don't know, sorry.
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