looking for a slide code like the one featured on this website...

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Hi all...

I'm urgently seeking an advanced html code that provides the following purpose.

please see website: http://www.platinumseed.com/

I would like to feature a similar slide effect on my site... any tips are welcome... look forward to then finally being able to share my site with everyone...

warm regards

Mik

ps. I've just downloaded coffeecup html editor... has anyone used this free-ware and what are your thoughts...
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Here is a link to what (I think) they are using.

http://caroufredsel.frebsite.nl/

Good luck ;-)
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I will check this out now... thanks a billion!!

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ok, I've been checking this out.. and please excuse the novice approach, but I'm a little stuck with regards to importing the code.

if I'm on the basic carousel examples and I choose the slide I wish to add to my site... I can view the java script, html and css do I copy this into html widgets on my yola site?

I have placed the downloaded jquery files into a folder in my file manager...

any tips/advice is very welcome.

cheers.

Mick
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just looking through their tutorial... this might actully be a bit too advanced for me to play with..... :(
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ok.. so after reading it all and setting it up in html widgets in my site, I can see that it all makes sense... BUT I think I'm doing something wrong with fiering the jquery and I'm not actually sure where to place the function proportion of the code... see attached image.

The 'valid doctype' is ignored right? as it's already integrated in the html widget correct?

so... im basically stuck on where to add the code that fires the jquery....

I have placed the jquery files that i downloaded from: http://caroufredsel.frebsite.nl

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks again to Boomer! good on you Bokke for finding the catroufred link :)

MK

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I have placed the jquery files that i downloaded from: http://caroufredsel.frebsite.nl into my FILE MANAGER..... so that should be just the way it is :)) *sorry forgot to finish that sentence in prev. post.

MK