IE5.5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 Time Action Galleries

10th September 2010

Auto-run Slideshow

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Thumbnail Slideshow

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Image-click Slideshow

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Information

It has been a while since I have produced a demo which is just for Internet Explorer, so I have put together this series of three galleries that will only work in IE5.5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 (and hopefully in all future IE versions).

The galleries use Microsoft's timeAction scripting to produce professional looking galleries with just a few lines of style and script.

The first gallery uses t:seq to automatically cycle through any number of images with text at a chosen time interval. Now with different transitions between images.

The second gallery uses thumbnail images which are clicked to show the large image. The thumbnail click state and the large image are controlled by the 'begin' and 'end' statements and the timeAction value.

The third gallery uses mouse clicks on the large image to show the next image in the series and again uses 'begin' and 'timeAction' to control which image/text is shown.

The chosen large images will stay visible even when the mouse is clicked elsewhere on the page.

So if you are only concerned with having your website visibe to Internet Explorer then this is worth considering.





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