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tabur15
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« on: December 17, 2007, 10:13:22 AM »

I have my website the way I want it:
http://www.racheljcox.com
But due to my javascript ignorance I put each individual portfolio image on its own html, so to scroll through the images the viewer needs to see all the other elements load every time. So I want to get rid of thhat and have all the other elements remain stationary. There is already some javascript in there for rollovers. Can I solve this with just preloading? How does it all work within the same html page, and can I do it without using thumbnails? I tried to look at the script for
http://www.lorrainedaley.com/aesthetic1.html, which uses something similar, but couldn't really figure out how to apply it to my page.
Any help would be greatly appreciated...

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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2007, 06:54:51 AM »

Based on the sample site you are refering to, the best bet would be a filmstrip thumbnail view in the lower segment of the page, you could also look at doing a slideshow view, using a gif animator (Namo works well).

You could use a fixed thumbnail view for each section, and only load once and then target your viewer frame for the changes.
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