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This addon will display banners in the header or the home page,  depending upon which module is installed. The banners rotate
using selected methods in the module. There are 29 transitions included but those can easily be changed , added to or deleted as desired. No file changes are needed.

                       
This addon is based on the code supplied by dinopacha.

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Thank you so much. It works wonderfully.

I just found one little problem with it or maybe its me. Can you please check.

When making the banner and writing some text in "HTML Text" (In my case i did Testing 123) then the text shows on the top left corner but the image does not show.

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I don't use text for the banners so I never thought to add that code. I have done that now and you can download the new file here.

The appearance of the text is controlled via a css class in that file. It really should be in the banner manager so it can be controlled for each banner but that is more coding than I want to do at the moment. :)

Please give it a try and let me know if it doesn't work correctly.

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You're welcome. :) Thanks for letting me know. I will include that in the next version.

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Can someone provide a screenshot or two to show what this contribution is supposed to do?

If these images are in the header, do they conflict with one's logo?

I've downloaded the package in the hopes there might be some examples there, but no luck.

Thank You!

- Andrea

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Thank You for that, JcMagpie! 

Honestly, after seeing that site...I'm more intrigued by some OTHER things you have happening there.

The sliding specials, the What's New for July module defaulting to grid format (mine won't?), category boxes in the center of the homepage. 

That site is a terrific example of what can be done with osCommerce.

Lots to think about - Thanks again!

- Andrea

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Everything on the site is available to download from the apps section apart from the cats on index, it's from @burt I think its part of his 28d bundle not sure best to ask him.

 


 

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Hi Jack ! Just to say thanks for this add-on as Nivo Slider has always had hiccups. In comparison, this is so easy to install and has so many different transitions AND is truly responsive so forget the others !!! As always we can count on you to come up with the best solutions. Thanks again, Jack.

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hi,

for CE / BS or normal merchand? .... ahhh i see ... CE. I searching a slider for mormal version of osc 2.3.4.1 ?

thx

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@maireiIt may work for your version. The later versions of 2.3.4 have a module section that is compatible with this addon. It is a simple install so it wouldn't take much to see if it will work for your shop or not.

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vor 30 Minuten schrieb Jack_mcs:

@maireiIt may work for your version. The later versions of 2.3.4 have a module section that is compatible with this addon. It is a simple install so it wouldn't take much to see if it will work for your shop or not. 

Don't work. thx for help.

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Hi All,

I'm loving this slider (kindly provided by Jack_mcs) and just one question if anyone familiar. Is there a way for the display of the slider images to be random rather than in the order they were added? A random display would make it look fresh and different every time.

Many thanks in advance.

Paul


You will never learn if you don't try. And boy am I trying....!

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1 hour ago, pafranklin said:

A random display would make it look fresh and different every time

and possibly drives the website visitor nuts .. be careful!

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18 minutes ago, azpro said:

and possibly drives the website visitor nuts .. be careful!

Why would that drive the visitor nuts?  Just curious.

Thanks, Eddy

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Thanks for the thoughts everyone.. I think it would be interesting and keep thinks fresh, but how do we achieve this??

 


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