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Please look at www.davispipe.com. Note how the main page uses a rotation of 6 images in the "main" space, smaller versions of all 6 are at the bottom. Note that the live one is partially obscured by a partially opaque area with the text. This is done with Flash.

Note also the menu, blue background to the right. Note how when a mouseover appears on a menu item, the background under the "hovered over" item is dark blue where the effect initially slides to the right. The menu is also Flash.

I want to replace both Flash with non-flash techniques for the obvious reasons. I can probably just do the menu by "manually" creating a similar effect on a mouseover but an exact replica would be nice.

Can anyone recommend Jquery or other "Sliders" that will accomplish what is done here?

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Question by:Richard Korts
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I think this plugin fill some of your requirements :
http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/

Here an exampel of using near what you have :
http://www.howtoweb.it/tutorial/realizzare-slideshow-complessi-con-jquery-cycle/

Else you need to do all separately :

Here a tuto to cycle image :
http://www.simonbattersby.com/demos/crossfade_demo_cycle_once.htm

small image in grey, color on hover :
http://addcss.com/grayscale-to-color-hover-effect-using-css/

here how to create a the list of image
http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listutorial/horizontal01.htm#
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