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Hi

I have three images , i am scrolled down till

last image , now if i try to scroll up the last

image , i am unable to scroll because the window

was already scrolled down.

now how do i scroll up the last image,once i scrolled

up the last image i want to load few more images

I cannot use click event as it is doing some other

operations on click event so,I used window.scroll , but it is helpless.

I am using asp.net mvc and jquery.

could you please suggest how to achieve this.

           Many thanks.
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Question by:praveen1981
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by:Rob
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A code sample would help please.  It may just be something simple but hard to know without seeing the code.
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by:praveen1981
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please find the code in below

$(window).scroll(function () {

                var lastdiv = $('.homepage-slider').last();
                lastdiv.attr('id', '100');
                $('#100').scrollTop(function () {

                 // call function to load images

                });
});

i am calling the function loadimages but it is not  firing after the last image.

i.e initially i have 3 images , after the last image if i scroll up , i want to load few more images but the scrolltop event is not working because the window is already scrolled down ,

please suggest how to achieve this.
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Rob earned 1500 total points
ID: 39908243
To be honest, that's what i thought you were referring to.  This is called "Lazy Loading" and don't go reinventing the wheel but use a plugin such as this one given you're using jquery. http://www.appelsiini.net/projects/lazyload
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by:praveen1981
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Many thanks
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