I have very limited cut and paste HTML/CSS Flash experience, but am in the process of redoing a design portfolio.

I want to incorporate an image lightbox interface like the one featured on this site. Does anybody know how this image scrolling area is created? Is there some open source code or 3rd party code for sale that anybody knows of?

http://www.omfgco.com/olympic-provisions/brand/

thanks for the help.

I have very limited cut and paste HTML/CSS Flash experience, but am in the process of redoing a design portfolio.

I want to incorporate an image lightbox interface like the one featured on this site. Does anybody know how this image scrolling area is created? Is there some open source code or 3rd party code for sale that anybody knows of?

http://www.omfgco.com/olympic-provisions/brand/

thanks for the help.

Well that site is pretty simple to do, all it is, is just a frameset. That site used a frame set to the left for their links and used the right right frame set for their site layout.:icon_smile:

If you have Dreamweaver, it is really simple to do a Frameset, because it is a premade template.

Open Dreamweaver, click "New Document", go under the "general" tab, go to the "frameset" option, and choose the "fixed left", then click create.;)

If you need any help, just tell me via private message or reply to me.

Cheers

and where exactly in the source code do you see the tag frameset????

The source code shows, as you'd expect, references to JQuery and scrolling. Try googling on JQuery img scroller for examples and tutorials.

And ignore the bit about framesets. Geez. Some people.


Edit: I thought I'd save you some time. Here's where they got the code from
http://flesler.blogspot.com/2008/02/jqueryserialscroll.html

Awesome, thats exactly what I was looking for... I wasn't familiar with JQuery so it didn't spark my attention, but the link is pretty cut and dry. I'll give the tuts a shot.

thanks for the help!

cheers