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Peppy
01-09-2005, 09:29 PM
The url I refer to is: http://dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex14/fadeinslideshow.htm

Hi!

It's the first time that I want to create a slide show.

1) I am not sure about the image paths.
Your form says: var fadeimages=new Array()//SET IMAGE PATHS
Is it right to upload all the pictures that I want to use on one webpage, what I do through my webpage edtior and my FTP Explorer and then set this url in your form - like:
var fadeimages=new Array(http://freepages.com/username/slideshowpix)
Do I have to put it into ()?

2) I am not sure how I name the photos.
Your form says: fadeimages[0]="photo1.jpg"

In my webpage editor they are named, like: obj7, obj8, obj9;
In my folder where I store them, they have the name I gave them - like:
JeanHiResBeach.jpg, JeanHiResHouse.jpg, JeanHiResGarden.jpg;
On the website on which I loaded them through my FTP Exploerer and my Web Page Editor they have long property names like:
http://freepages.com/username/slideshowpix/image/JeanHiResBeach.jpg,
http://freepages.com/username/slideshowpix/image/JeanHiResHouse.jpg
http://freepages.com/username/slideshowpix/image/JeanHiResGarden.jpg

So which name do I choose?
Like in my webpage editor ,
like I named them or
like on the website ?
THANK YOU

Peppy

Peppy
01-09-2005, 11:47 PM
Is there no one who can help me with my questions?

Why?

Thanks for answering soon


Peppy :(

Minos
01-10-2005, 03:59 AM
Patience is a virtue.

the line :

var fadeimages=new Array()//SET IMAGE PATHS
Does not change, leave that as is.

Instead, put each image like so:


fadeimages[0]="http://www.host.com/user/imagefolder/photo1.jpg"
fadeimages[1]="./imagefolder/photo2.jpg"


etc. etc.

Instead of putting the whole url, put './', that will start at the same folder your html file is in. So, in the above example, photo1 and photo2 are in the same folder.

Peppy
01-10-2005, 10:02 AM
THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!

IT WORKED OUT NOW!

quote: Patience is a virtue.


I AM WORKING ON IT :rolleyes:

Bye!