jQuery Slideshow Carousel 2 of 2

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Host Unlimited Websites For .88 ! bit.ly Unlimited Hosting, Free Domain, MySQL, PHP, CGI, SSL, FTP, Stats, 0 google adwords, E-Commerce Included, Dreamweaver Ready, 30 Day money back guarantee Here is the link to part 1: www.youtube.com Welcome to part 2 of the jQuery Infinate Carousel tutorial by James at www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk In part 2 we will take a closer look at setting and linking to the scripts that make the jquery infinate carousel work which I know is something that many beginners have trouble with. I will show you how to put the carousel into your own web designs using an Iframe. I will also show you how to replace the existing buttons with those of your own custom designs and show you how to change the transparent overlay too. Download the infinite Carousel plugin here bit.ly Follow me: www.twitter.com My RSS Feed for Tutorial updates: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk –

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24 Responses to “jQuery Slideshow Carousel 2 of 2”

  1. bulletproofturtle Says:

    Amazing tutorial. Helped me out a lot. But I was wondering. How do you get rid of the text box if you don’t want it? I tried deleting some of the javascript under textbox but then the entire slideshow stopped working.

  2. esseva Says:

    Great Tutorial. I am pretty new to this, but tried to follow your instruction. Things seem to work, but is it possible to see the complete html/htm code for carouse.html and fireworks.htm, so i really see the full picture. Would be great for my learning 🙂 Great job, thank you, very clear and precise.

  3. Kushal Sharma Says:

    Hi James , I loved your tutorial . Its simply awesome . just have one issue with different browsers .The alignment of carousel is fine in Google Chrome but when i open my site in some other browser like IE or Fire Fox the alignment goes wrong . it jumps out of the main container .Will be really glad if you help. And yes thanks for the awesome tutorial. Looking forward for a reply :))

  4. gmanireland Says:

    Great work , part 2 running fully. keep up the good work. Helped me alot….. Looked everywhere on the net for css sliding, all explained bad.

  5. FleshMob Says:

    cool! Can I change type of transition between images? LIke, fade-in fade-out instead of sliding

  6. vmpnable Says:

    @allrated you’re not dumb at all! actually, i was not able to get it to work for the life of me. 🙁 james has been great though. i mailed him my files and he was kind enough to help me out. i think he made my slider over again from scratch. unfortunately, i don’t know what he did that was different. @DreamWeaverTutorial could you enlighten us? 🙂

  7. allrated Says:

    Hey buddy, did you get the button to show up, i love this tuts but damn, after 4 retry from the beginnin, i still cant get these damn button to show lol, reading the comments here, i can tell i aint that dumb as i tought? am i 🙁 ?

  8. FleshMob Says:

    it works! thanks! 🙂

  9. vmpnable Says:

    thanks for all the help, james! you’re awesome! 🙂

  10. vmpnable Says:

    thanks! i sent you a message with the link! 🙂

  11. vmpnable Says:

    i’ll send you a message. thank you so much! 🙂

  12. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    Hello, if you put the whole thing online and then send me a link, I will tell you how to fix it. It is highly likely that the image paths are incorrect though.

  13. vmpnable Says:

    hi! thanks for the tutorial. unfortunately, i can’t seem to make the buttons appear. i went to the jquery.infinitecarousel2.js and specified the image path to js/infinitecarousel/images (i made sure that the js folder was in my root site folder). i can’t seem to make it work. what should i do?

  14. wyilldirim Says:

    same problem is here, have u fixed ur problem? can u help me? 

  15. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    Hello, it works in all browsers including IE so you might have made a mistake somewhere. Go to the website, look for the written tutorial of the same name and copy and paste the code there or check your code against the code on the site. – James

  16. danwhittle Says:

    Is there an IE fix? Not displaying in IE, works fine in other browsers though. Thank you for this.

  17. elmiquepe Says:


  18. TheLinus1998 Says:

    how can i change the writing typ?

  19. 247Dsgnr Says:

    He man, great tutorial. Though, I was wondering if it is possible to have this slideshow embedded in a liquid website, since I am currently building one and can’t seem to get it right. Thanks in advance!

  20. toxintheterrible Says:

    AMAZING TUTORIAL !! JUST one question .. can anyone help me with easing!! by default in choose “linear” from the js script. what other values can we substitute?

  21. timdiesel28 Says:

    Great video… but when I upload my website to the file server and view the website, the slideshow does not show.. how can I correct this?

  22. mrNobody5638 Says:

    Fantastic!! thank you James

  23. sElMv Says:

    how I can remove the overlay with text?

  24. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    you need to go into the javascript file and tell it where your buttons are located on your hosting server. if you send me a link to your site I will find them for you.

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