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Posted on 2012-03-16
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I am assisting a friend with a personal webpage.  It uses a JQuety Slideshow to load and scroll pictures.

Everything works 100% great.  However, the website has tons and tons of pictures so it takes forever for the slideshow to load and start.

To load the pictures into the slide show there is a piece of php that looks at a folder and pulls every image from the folder randomly.

Is there anyway to control the amount of images that load at first and then load more as time passes so the slideshow will start quicker?
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Ahmed Merghani earned 500 total points
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You can mix your JQuery with some AJax. First, with PHP load for example 1 picture. Then, with AJax load the rest of the pictures.
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Can you elaborate or send an example?  I'm a newbie.
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