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Roeven says

I’m close to finishing my personal site, but I need some help.

I use a “Coda Slider”, but I would like the slider to start at panel 2 instead of panel 1.
I use the slider provided with Jquery Tools.

I’m not sure which code I should provide, but here’s the one in the head tags:

$(function() {

// initialize scrollable
$(“div.scrollable”).scrollable({
vertical:true,
clickable:false,
size: 1
})

});

Thanks in advance, Daniel

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faevilangel_designs says

the code will be in .js file that comes with the package, normally called slider.js, coda.js or something.

The function you posted, initialises the js

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chack says

I think you want your name in first, right?

Why not set this div as #1 and link with this arrows to 2 and 3. Should be easier …

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Roeven says
the code will be in .js file that comes with the package, normally called slider.js, coda.js or something. The function you posted, initialises the js

Well yeah there’s the jquery-tools.js but that’s a minified library. That’s not gonna help us much, is it? Go to http://www.daniel.roeven.com/misc/tools.js if you wish to take a look.

I think you want your name in first, right? Why not set this div as #1 and link with this arrows to 2 and 3. Should be easier …

Easier but less sexy. :)

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I think you want your name in first, right? Why not set this div as #1 and link with this arrows to 2 and 3. Should be easier …

Easier but less sexy. :)

Ehm, should get the wished effect ;) But i will take a look at your source. Could you upload the real source, not min. So its readable? :)

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Roeven says
Ehm, should get the wished effect ;) But i will take a look at your source. Could you upload the real source, not min. So its readable? :)

No, sorry. I never actually got the real source. You can’t download the non-minified versions off of the Jquery Tools website. :(

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chack says

Wow- then its gonna be really hard ;D

Why don’t you try it how i said? Make the 2nd as your first and href to 2,3 with the slider…

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Roeven says

Well, actually, that was just me being blind. I managed to find the non minified source.

Here you go: http://www.daniel.roeven.com/misc/tools-non-minified.js

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chack says

Well, i think it’s not possible to set the 2nd box as first.

You should try this.

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Roeven says

Well yeah, I have seen that before, it just seemed like way too much. The simplicity of Jquery Tools appealed to me. I also didn’t really expect it to be that hard, hmm. Well, I’ll try recreating it with the link provided, thanks.

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