Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 2.0 build #130.

Check out What's New

- Added a user-friendly WYSIWYG CSS Editor for all CSS-related properties, making the software much easier to use.

jquery slider scroller css editor

- Added Example 12 (BBC mockup): Similar scroller to the live scroller on bbc.com (as of Jan 29, 2013). Use of a "Bullets" only navigation. Use of "Arrow CSS Classes" and "Arrow Container CSS Classes". Use of "Pause when mouse is over the Scroller". Use of "Content CSS Classes".

jquery slider scroller bbc

- Added the ability to change the "Navigation Buttons" order.

- Added the "Arrow button speed multiplier" feature.

- Added the "Center the selected item" feature.

- Added the "Content CSS Classes" property.

- Added support for jQuery 1.8.

- Major rewrite in the transition effect engine (smaller, more flexible & more efficient).

- Fixed a bug in the "Play/Pause" reverse toggle button.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/index.php

Download the new version of our web scroller (jquery slider) builder at http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/download.php

 

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Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 1.0 build #124.

Check out What's New

- Added Example 10 (Google Analytics mockup): Similar scroller to the live scroller used on Google Analytics (as of Oct 9, 2012). Use of a "Bullets" only Navigation Bar. Use of "Navigation Arrows". Use of *Play on Page Load* (automatic play). Use of "Pause when mouse is over the Scroller".

HTML jQuery slider scroller Google Analytics mockup example

- Added Example 11 (WordPress mockup): Similar scroller to the live scroller used on WordPress (as of Oct 15, 2012). Use of character-based (HTML) "Navigation Arrows". Use of *Play on Page Load* (automatic play). Use of "Pause when mouse is over the Scroller". Use of "Slide" effect.

HTML jQuery slider scroller WordPress mockup example

- Added the Fade "blending" options.

Slider Scroller Fade Blending

- Added the "Rewind" option when the "Transition" is of the "Continuous" type.

Slider Scroller Rewind

- Added a Vertical Offset (or Horizontal for vertical scrollers) to the Navigation Arrows.

HTML Slider Scroller Arrows Offset

- Updated all Examples that were using CSS-based vertical arrow offsets to use the new property instead.

- Fixed an issue where the style was changing when using the item Link property.

- Fixed an issue where IE produced a horizontal scrollbar if the parent of the positioning item had a fixed width & height AND 'float: left;'.

- Fixed an issue where items with links had a border in IE.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/index.php

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Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Celia 
Initial Email Subject: Menu appears over lightbox window on zoomed images
Support Case Month: March 2012

Hello,
My website is still in the making however I've noticed something I would like to correct.
On the leftside column, please scroll down to 'BAMBOO BATH RUGS",  Click on that link and it will take you to the page where you can request more information.  Please click on "Click to view image ....
Now click on the image and you will notice that my Menu appears OVER the image instead of in the faded background along with the rest of the site information.  I would like to see the menu faded out as well.  How do I achieve this?
Thank you
Celia

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Celia,

Your Lightbox has a default z-index of 100 and the menu has a default z-index of 1000, hence the later appears on top.

Please change the menu z-index to (for example) 50 to resolve the problem:

menu z-index property

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Celia

Hello,

Great!  This fixed my problem in less than 10 minutes .

Thanks for your help,

Celia

 

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Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Modal WIndows Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Christophe
Initial Email Subject: web modal window > modal window jumps slightly to the right on pages with vertical scroll
Support Case Month: August 2012

Hello,

After updating to the new version (build #250), when opening a modal window on a page with the browser vertical scrollbar (on a scrolling page), the modal window 'jumps' slightly to the right as the vertical scrollbar now  disappears to leave place to the overlay.
This only happens when an effect is selected in the style editor (for example, slide down). If 'shows instantly' is selected, there is no movement to the right.
PS: The previous version didn't show this behavior as the vertical scrollbar wasn't covered (the overlay only applied to the page itself, not the browser vertical scrollbar).

Thanks.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello,

We just uploaded a new version (build 250.3) which fixes the modal “jumping” issue when closing with an effect. In your email you refer to the problem appearing when opening the modal, but I only saw this when closing it, so I assume that this is what you meant.

Please let me know if the problem remains with the new build.

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Christophe

Hello,
Thanks for that. Unfortunately, it is still showing the same behavior with this version (tested with recent versions of Firefox and IE). Basically, with the web browser scrolling bar on the right (on a long page), when opening the modal window, the scrollbar disappears so it jumps slightly to the right when opening to compensate. And when closing the modal window, its jumps to the left as the scrollbar returns. But when using shows instantly/disappears instantly (no effect), the problem disappears.
I have posted a short video here if that can help:
http://www.aquariophilie-pratique.net/video/wmb.wmv

Thank you very much,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello again,

I viewed your video, and I see exactly what I see in my own pc, so I guess I misunderstood your email before.

The page itself, does “jump” as the scroller is removed and added back. The modal window does not “jump” at all, as it appears only after the scrollbar is removed and it disappears before the scrollbar is added again.

The same thing is visible irrespectively of the effect you use (instant, fade, slide or glide).

This feature was recently added at the request of a user. Do you consider this to be a problem? If so, we can add an option for it, so that you are both happy.

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Yes, an option would be really great as I have a long page of screenshots opening case studies windows on one of my sites and I feel that the page 'jump' maybe annoying for the users when repeated...
I was just wondering why this only happens when an effect (any effect) is selected but not happening at all when no effect is selected? And what is the advantage of it might be?
Many thanks for the great support.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Christophe,

I do not understand… You keep saying that you do not see the “jump” when there is no effect, but there is no difference in the behavior! The scrollbar is removed in both cases, and the page “jumps” in both cases. With or without an effect. Do you see something different? Can you make another video to display this?

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Sorry, my mistake... you are absolutely right, the behavior is exactly the same. It just doesn't seem to 'jump' because the delay when displaying the effect is no there anymore - the opening of the window is instant so one doesn't have the time to see the page jump.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Christophe,

We have just released a new version of Modal Windows (build 250.4) which no longer removes the scrollbars by default. Instead there is a new Project Property group named “Under the Hood” within which you can find an option to remove the scrollbars if this is the desired behavior.

Please download the new version and let us know if everything is ok.

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Thank you again for the great support, the new version works very well.
Would be very happy to leave a positive review or testimonial.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

 

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Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Scroller Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Alec
Initial Email Subject: Suggestion for new product
Support Case Month: August 2012

Hi,

Thank you for keeping me up-to-date with your latest product developments.

One thing that would be very useful to me (as a photographer ) would be a method of being able to display images on a web page in a slide show format without having to use FLASH. The problem with FLASH is that it’s not available on all formats like ipads and iphones.

At present I use FLASH for two purposes, but of course it can only be seen by customers with PCs:-

The first is a slide show of images that fade one into another.

The second is a turning page book (wedding book) where my customers can literally turn over the pages on my website to see what their album will look like.

Do you have anything that would do either of the above, or would it be something you might be interested in developing?

Kind regards,

Alec

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Alec,

Thank you for your nice comments.

Please read below:

1. "The first is a slide show of images that fade one into another.

Yes, you can do this with our Likno Web Scroller Builder, except of the "Fade" effect which will be released in a couple of weeks.

For example, see/download this "eBay" example that we have here:

http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/example_packs.php

It now uses the "Sliding" effect but as said above we will soon release the "Fade" effect too.

You can also have the images changing automatically, through these options inside Likno Web Scroller Builder:

scroller style settings

2. There are plenty of such "books" out there but they do use FLASH. I assume you want something similar but with HTML5, correct? Did you find anything "similar"? Because HTML5 cannot do the same as Flash (yet), so you will have to compromise on the "turning page" effect. This is an interesting project but we need to see if the HTML5 compromises will give the effects that you would want. If you have any links on the web showing HTML-based books and what you would like to be different on them that would be helpful.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Alec

Hi Aris,

Many thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

Here is a link to a page on my website that shows both the FLASH wedding book and slideshow:-

http://www.aspiwedding.co.uk/wedding-photographer-alec-steventon-your-webpage.html

As you can see the slideshow is automatic once started and the slides fade into one another after a set time period. I could recreate a slide show in Java changing with a time period but I don’t know how to get the fade effect. I have little Java experience.

As to the book, well you can see what I currently do.

Being able to reproduce both of these so that they can be seen on an ipad or iphone would be an advantage.

By the way, whilst I use your menus (including sliding ones) on my clients websites, and I’m very pleased with them, I haven’t got around to putting them on to my own as yet – my clients come first!

Kind regards,

Alec

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Alec,

Did you try Likno Web Scroller Builder to see what you can do? There many options there to customize your slideshow to every detail.

As for the flipbook we are going to look into this, maybe it will be a plugin in Likno Web Scroller Builder.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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