jQuery Image Rotator – Slideshow Plug-in Part 1

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Check out these great Hostgator Hosting Plans! bit.ly In this jQuery tutorial from James at www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk Discover how to configure and install the amazing Serie 3 Image Rotator. The serie 3 is a slideshow plugin with combined with an image fader and caption overlay so you can add titles, descriptions and links. Here is the link to the free TUTORIAL FILES DOWNLOAD bit.ly Special thanks to www.serie3.info for providing this wonderful slide show plugin Follow me www.twitter.com My RSS feed for the Latest Tutorial updates. www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk
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25 Responses to “jQuery Image Rotator – Slideshow Plug-in Part 1”

  1. OneThousandBats Says:

    A random circle has appeared next to all my images, like a bullet point. Does anyone know how to remove it?

  2. OneThousandBats Says:

    Will I be able to make this fit in to an AP Div?

  3. gazbathdard Says:

    my image is being pushed to the right. why is this happening? i do not have any css set up for images. Should my wrapper be 950px too?

  4. MinecraftGod0987 Says:

    i like how part 1 has 30k more views than part 2, Y U NO watch both parts!

  5. ramos678 Says:

    it does not works for me

  6. sulemanSGK Says:

    this video is a great for us starters thnks james

  7. cc123456789 Says:

    does anyone know how to make the slide numbers show inside the carousel? how do I remove the text holder? thank you

  8. TheSnt2002 Says:

    First of all thank you for the video. The look of the finished product is very professional. I do have a bug for you to look at if you would. Please go to bestfathersdaygifts2011 (one of my urls) where I created your page. The transparencies are doing strange things and are unpredictable. Perhaps you could explain where I am going wrong. Many thanks, Mike

  9. Pr3fixProducts Says:

    Teach me how to Dougie.

  10. farhadCFC Says:

    @cursedfido
    This happened to me once. Try putting these inside the div id or class of your dropdown menu
    position:relative;
    z-index:5;

    This solved my problem. Hope this help.

  11. cursedfido Says:

    Awesome! you’re totally Awesome dude!, but I’m facing a serious problem right here…After creating my slideshow I got my drop-down menus gone behind the slide show, and I really can’t bring them back to be displayed on the slide show pics., I’d be really glad if you helped me with this! 🙂

  12. dreamweaverhelp Says:

    Why can’t I download the files?

  13. abdavmed Says:

    What are the line pattern that shows up on both sides of the frame @2:45. does this have an effect on the final product? I’ve been having troubles with making it fit right into the frame. it’s always offset down to the right. Even when I do it from scratch.

  14. punkrage Says:

    can you possibly make a tutorial covering clickable thumbnails that correspond to the pictures? i’ve been meaning to learn how to do that, but am having a rough time! would really appreciate it.

  15. DJDCreations2010 Says:

    Thanks for this. I don’t suppose you could tell me how to create one of these to use as a news reel for my home page on my website using RSS feeds. Basically, I want to create something similar to this but I want the images and headline text to be generated from the RSS feed.  A lot of websites have this sort of thing…. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

  16. DJDCreations2010 Says:

    Thanks for this. I don’t suppose you could tell me how to create one of these to use as a news reel for my home page on my website using RSS feeds. Basically, I want to create something similar to this but I want the imaes and headline text to be generated from the RSS feed. A lot of websites have this sort of thing…. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

  17. DJDCreations2010 Says:

    Thanks for this. I don’t suppose you could tell me how to create one of these to use as a news reel for my home page on my website using RSS feeds. Basically, I want to create somethin similar to this but I want the imaes and headline text to be generated from the RSS feed. A lot of websites have this sort of thing…. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

  18. darkulo4 Says:

    Hi. Thanks so much for the tutorial. In the files that you have to download, it only is missing the CSS. I reach at the part of the video that we need to use it but i don´t have her. Can you please update your files, to have a CSS. Thanks so Much !!!

  19. aadflow Says:

    I clicked on the link to download files and all I get is text and no files. I”m using a mac, Any thoughts on this. thanks

  20. aadflow Says:

    I clicked on the link to download files and all I get is text and no files. I”m using a mac

  21. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @finegoldtube the screen is available in CS5. refresh the page.

  22. finegoldtube Says:

    The screen at 12:14 is not in Dreamweaver CS5. How can I locate it.

  23. mferrusca Says:

    whoa. amazingly explained. i got a bit stuck at 14.00 when you create the new .clear class. could you please elaborate a bit what exactly is this for? thank you!

  24. inc2000glw Says:

    BIG ASS FOLDERS LOL

  25. GroovychicksAdelaide Says:

    hi, thanks so much! I really have no idea with coding so this was really helpful. I got it to work perfectly EXCEPT I seem to be having an issue with the li class (I think!)???
    It’s adding padding at both the top and left inside my div and I’m not sure how to get rid of it. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks. 

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