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jquery slider with image title as nav

jquery slider with image title as nav

(OP)
Hi

I am trying to achieve the attached slider, the text on the left is the title of the slide, the current slide has a different active state.

I'm struggling to create this so turned to existing jquery slideshows of which there are many but still not managed to adapt one to achieving the design attached.

Does anyone know of any that I may (for a jquery novice) be able to modify to give me the same end result?

Thanks

RE: jquery slider with image title as nav

Well it's a nice picture, ... ... What exactly is it supposed to tell us??

Chris.

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RE: jquery slider with image title as nav

(OP)
Not really sure how much more info I can give, the right is the rotating image, the left shows the titles for the images, click a title and it shows that image. The pink and indent is the active state to show which image is being shown.

RE: jquery slider with image title as nav

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The pink and indent is the active state to show which image is being shown
You can't do that kind of thing with a jpeg image and if you expect us to assist in debugging your code ...




... We need a whole LOT more than a picture of it.

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