kandi X-RAY | jquery-carousel-lite Summary
kandi X-RAY | jquery-carousel-lite Summary
A jQuery carousel plugin based on jCarouselLite by Ganeshji Marwaha
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Calculate the unit ratios
- Run animation
- Handle the response
- scroll to next item
- Apply conversions between the response and the response
- Clones DOM element .
- Handle the response
- Returns the width or height of an element .
- Default setting the iframe element .
- Determines the group of nodes
jquery-carousel-lite Key Features
jquery-carousel-lite Examples and Code Snippets
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 08:49
I think the problem comes from your css. Did you put the bootstrap one ?
I am using this "Image Slider with Dots (pure JS)" codepen which works very well on the page by itself, but whenever I place it inside a div for example an "outer shell" the images in the slider disappear, but the dots stay visible. I am going to be using it on a page that has a content wrapper so that's how I ran into this issue of the carousel having zero height once it is placed inside another div.
Here is the HTML of the slider with my custom class "outer-shell" around it, which makes the slider have zero height:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-21 at 19:31
i think your .dots class have
position: absolute; that is why it is shown inside your div without needed a height property and when you add height to outer-shell you can see images too.
I am making a carousel component with alice-carousel (https://github.com/maxmarinich/react-alice-carousel/blob/master/README.md) but having trouble customising the arrows. Code as follows...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-22 at 10:27
I encourage you to use the library's options to reduce the complexity of your implementation and stop unwanted behavior.
According to the documentation, there are two functions
renderNextButton with the
AliceCarousel to render your custom component (any elements, icons, buttons, ...) for the Prev and Next item on the gallery.
So, instead of defining a custom button with a custom action handler, pass your desired component to the mentioned function and give them some styles for customization.
I have this owl carousel...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 21:23
z-index was the property you need but in correct place. I only added these properties below and that is it.
In the below reproducible code, two main conditional panels are presented: "Stratification" and "DnL balances". The first presents a smaller data table where no scroll bars are automatically introduced, and the 2nd presents a larger data table where scroll bars are introduced.
The scroll bars in one conditional panel appear to be affecting the other conditional panel. I have tried addressing with
style = "display: none;" (based on a related post yesterday), flagged with ### in this reproducible code, but it leaves the 2nd conditional panel without the glide/well panel across the top unless the user adjusts the size of the window, however minutely. Yesterday's posted solution worked fine, but that code didn't render a data table. When introducing a data table and resulting scroll bars, the issue manifests.
Is there a way to resolve this? May be a hack, but even a tiny automated adjustment to the size of the window may help?
The images at the bottom better explain the issue....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-07 at 10:42
Edit: The dev-version is already fixed:
remotes::install_github("juba/shinyglide") should resolve the issue.
Regarding shinyglide's behaviour I filed an issue here.
library(DT) you could avoid the long output which leads to the vertical scrollbar:
I'm having trouble with the formats of conditional panels affecting other conditional panels. Below is reproducible code, and at the bottom are images better explaining the issue. In the fuller App this code derives from, the problem is more obvious and makes it look sloppy (in the fuller App, there are multiple screens the user clicks through as the user scrolls to the right along the shaded bar (Well Panel) at the top just underneath the tab label, and the misalignment gets more pronounced as the user scrolls to the right).
The problem is: as the user scrolls right through the Glide Controls / Well Panels to make selections, the Well Panels (at the top with radio buttons) begin to misalign with the table and/or plots that appear beneath. The misalignment gets more pronounced as the user scrolls right. This misalignment isn't as apparent in this reproducible example, but is more pronounced in the fuller App this derives from where there are multiple "screens" or Well Panels at the top for the user to scroll through and where there are data tables and/or plots presented underneath in the main panel.
For sake of simplicity all server code is eliminated in this example (no plots, no tables), as the issue still presents without the server code.
If I comment-out other conditional panels (marked "###" in the reproducible code) the misalignment goes away. So how can I make the conditional panels independent of one another, as a way of eliminating this misalignment? I'm open to any other suggestions for eliminating this misalignment.
The basic structure of the App is the user makes "big choices" along the sidebar panel, and makes more "refined choices" only the top bar underneath the tab label using Glide Controls/Well Panels etc. for a carousel affect.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 10:49
Actually this is the same issue as here.
conditionalPanels are visible for a very short time when first invoking the app.
This causes a vertical scrollbar to appear and leads to the misalignment.
style = "display: none;" to render the
conditionalPanels hidden on startup (where needed) and please leave a thumbs up or other feedback here.
I am making a simple vertical carousel of elements using jQuery, it's all ready but I have a problem with the Transform property because working with him its a little weird. I display de code for more understanding:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 00:18
I found a better solution, i will share it to help those who are looking for something similar:
I have an Issue with the carousel that I am creating because the items are repeated after changing the size of the screen. My code base comes from the answer given by Eliseo in this Stackoverflow question where his carousel has the functionality to show/hide the arrow functions after changing the variable
noCarousel based on the dimensions of the user's screen and the amount of items to show, this functionality presents the detail that after hiding the arrows the items are doubled and/or tripled
Code in Stackblitz:
Steps to recreate the Issue (2 ways):
- If when opening the code in Stackblitz the carousel has the functionality of the active arrows, expand the sample screen until the arrows disappear.
- If when opening the code in Stackblitz the carousel has the inactive arrows functionality, collapse the sample screen until the arrows are activated and then expand it until the arrows disappear.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 20:43
it's a bit complex, the carousel duplicate the images to allow show a bit in both sides when the size is less than the whole size.
The solution is store in an array the "duplicated templates"
Declare an empty array
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-21 at 22:41
d-md-flexto your container
Create a new container for the carousel function on mobile.
I want to achieve this feature. I have been trying to achieve this using react-native-snap-carousel.
I just want to know what is the approach to achieve this, is Carousel my best option?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-29 at 19:17
You can try https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-native-wizard package. Or you can search the term "multi step form" or "wizard step form" and you will find similar packages.
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Via bower: bower install jquery-carousel-lite
Via npm: npm install jcarousellite
Via github: Download https://github.com/kswedberg/jquery-carousel-lite/blob/master/jcarousellite.js and place it somewhere in your project
Via rawgit: Directly reference the file with <script src="https://rawgit.com/kswedberg/jquery-carousel-lite/master/jcarousellite.js">
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