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[Plugin: JS Banner Rotate] Update

  • An updated hotfix for the JS Banner Rotate plug-in is now available. This version uses the most up-to-date YUI javascript libraries and fixes a previous CSS issue that was causing image alignment problems for some users.

    Other notable fixes include:

    • The addition of screenshots
    • A more in-depth explanation of shortcode parameters

    If there’s anything else you’d like to see change in the next release, please let me know.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/js-banner-rotate/

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  • Magic, will update first and review the paramters first.

    Can I recommend that the Title be an option in future releases. It just does not have any purpose if it is used on the Homepage which is were I intend using this plugin. With this forced at the moment, it will not be used.

    Absolutely.

    garethooper – I just submitted version 1.0.3 to the svn repository. It includes the option to disable the Title. Just place “titlevis=false” in the shortcode to turn it off.

    I just loaded JS Banner Rotate version 1.1.1 and it is great! I am trying to position the baanner on my home page and I wanted to put our team logo just to the right along side of the banner. Regardless of the size I make the banner, I am not able to add my logo along side. (It always drops below it.) I also tried putting the banner inside a table and it did not work. I also wanted to add a space above the banner so it was not so close to the top of the page. There must be a way of doing this.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks.

    try putting your logo within a <span>Logo.jpg</span>. You might need to float it.

    That didn’t work either. My biggest problems are:
    1. Being able to move this banner down 3 or 4 lines AND
    2. Being able to center the banner on the webpage OR
    3. Being able to put our logo to the right of the banner.

    Thanks.

    jimm4444 – Any chance you can give us a link to your site so we can see what’s going on? I might be able to recommend a few specific CSS changes to fix this …

    Hi Eric,

    Thanks for a great plugin.

    I’m trying to use the template tag on a site I’m making for a client (www.nutritioncoachedie.com), but I’m getting an error.

    Here is the code I’m using:

    <?php jsbrotate(images=http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/wp-content/themes/titan/images/sidebar/sidebox.jpg|http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/images/biker.png); ?>

    This is the error message I’m getting:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '=' in /home/edie/public_html/wp-content/themes/titan/sidebar.php on line 8

    Did I make a mistake in the syntax?

    Your help you be greatly appreciated.

    Reed

    @reedjholmes – I know we’ve already fixed your problem, but I wanted to post here to make sure others can fix it, too.

    Remember always that your parameters must be inside single quotes or it breaks the function. For example change this:

    <?php jsbrotate(images=http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/wp-content/themes/titan/images/sidebar/sidebox.jpg|http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/images/biker.png); ?>

    To this:

    <?php jsbrotate('images=http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/wp-content/themes/titan/images/sidebar/sidebox.jpg|http://www.nutritioncoachedie.com/images/biker.png'); ?>

    alfie

    @drtanz

    thanks for a great plugin eric, i suggest you put this example in the instructions as i guess many people will try the parameters without the quotes, it almost got me too before i checked here.

    alfie

    @drtanz

    I’m finding it hard to implement this in my template, maybe someone could help me out 🙂

    I have two images:
    http://inter.it/7117/scudetto14.jpg
    http://inter.it/7117/scudetto15.jpg

    I also want to limit their size to 300 by 400. Also is there a way of linking each image to a specific URL?

    Thanks!

    @drtanz Right now there’s not a way to link the image to a specific URL (as in a click-able link). However I will work on adding that feature to the next version of the plug-in.

    Email me (eric[at]eamann[dot]com) if you have any other questions.

    alfie

    @drtanz

    thanks eric looking forward to that

    Have installed it on a site and it works great in Firefox.

    Have the rotating images appearing at the top of the page content.

    I have a drop down menu and with Internet explorer the menu goes behind the rotating images.

    You can view the page here

    Can anyone suggest a css fix?

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