JQuery Cycle Plugin - Intermediate Demos (Part 2) Rather than have transitions occur on a timer you can choose to have transitions occur in response to a click event.
The prev and next options are used to identify the elements which should be the triggers for prev/next transitions. When used in conjuction with timeout = 0 the effect is a manual slideshow. The values for prev and next can be a DOM element or any valid jQuery selection string. You can combine an automatic slideshow (timeout-based) with manual controls by using a non-zero timeout value. The next slideshow (below, left) is setup to perform auto-transitions every 3 seconds, pause-on-hover, and perform a manual advance when the image is clicked. The pager option is used for creating full navigation controls. In addition, the navigation element for the active slide is given the class activeSlide so that it can be styled uniquely.
The pager in the example above is styled like this: If you need to stop a running slideshow you can pass the string 'stop' to the cycle method. JQuery Cycle Plugin. Check out Cycle2, the latest in the Cycle line of slideshows.
The jQuery Cycle Plugin is a slideshow plugin that supports many different types of transition effects. It supports pause-on-hover, auto-stop, auto-fit, before/after callbacks, click triggers and much more. It also supports, but does not require, the Easing Plugin. The plugin provides a method called cycle which is invoked on a container element. Each child element of the container becomes a "slide". Images are used in these demos because they look cool, but slideshows are not limited to images. Use the Effects Browser page to preview the available effects. For more about options, see the Options Reference page. Frequently Asked Questions Special thanks to Torsten Baldes, Matt Oakes, and Ben Sterling for the many ideas that got me started on writing Cycle in 2007. FancyBox - Fancy jQuery Lightbox Alternative. What's new Version 2 is completely rewritten with new features and updated graphics.
Notable changes Extendable using helpers Responsive (try resizing window while fancyBox is open) Integrated slideshow New gallery transitions Uses CSS3 (shadows, round corners) Updated plugin options (not compatible with previous versions) Now licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Instructions Download the plugin, unzip it, copy files and include fancyBox script and stylesheet in your document (you will need to make sure the css and js files are on your server, and adjust the paths in the script and link tag). Create link elements whose href attributes will contain the path of the element you wish to open within the fancyBox. Attach fancyBox when the document is loaded.