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  • #114

    When I insert your avia slider shortcut

    [slideshow]

    [slide src=’http://domain.com/medium1.jpg’ url=’http://www.open.this/site/in/link/’]

    [slide src=’http://domain.com/medium1.jpg’ url=’http://www.open.this/image/in/lightbox.jpg’]

    [slide src=’http://domain.com/medium1.jpg’]

    [/slideshow]

    into a page or post, only the first picture shows in Firefox, when clicking the buttons it doesn’t load another picture. In IE there’s only the loading symbol, in Opera just the first slide as well.

    #29882

    please try to put each line of code into a separate line and make sure that there is a blank line before each of them. Also did you link to different images or to the same image as in the example you posted above?

    #29883

    Hi,

    every code is in another line, also it was linked to different images. I just copied the shortcode in your documentation for this post. Is there an alternative code to put into the pages?

    #29884

    well you can take a look at the html source code on my demo page and just copy that code into your post when in html view. however you would need to be carefll to not forgett any openening or closing tags so the layout doesnt get messed up

    #29885

    On the site it gives me errors with:

    jQuery.easing[jQuery.easing.def] is not a function

    [Break on this error] return jQuery.easing[jQuery.easing.def](x, t, b, c, d);

    custom.js?ver=3.0 (Zeile 1262)

    #29886

    could you drop me a link to your site?

    #29887

    Hi,

    I posted the link through the contact form, rather not in the forum.

    Thanks for your support!!!!

    #29888

    Ok, this is a js error I didn’t encounter before so my best guess is that there is another plugin interfering with the themes script. You can try to disable all plugins one by one to see if any of those is casuing an error in your javascript.

    as you requested by mail here is a link to a simple jquery slideshow, there are literaly tons of them out there, a quick google search will bring up many good results: http://jonraasch.com/blog/a-simple-jquery-slideshow

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