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  1. Hi, this is a automatic slideshow script. var slideIndex = 0; function showSlides(n) { 'use strict'; var i, slides = document.getElementsByClassName("slideshow"), dots = document.getElementsByClassName("dot"); for (i = 0; i < slides.length; i++) { slides.style.display = "none"; } slideIndex++; if(slideIndex > slides.length) {slideIndex = 1; } if(slideIndex < 0) { slideIndex = slides.length} for (i = 0; i < dots.length; i++) {
  2. Hi, I am new to html and css but I learned a thing or two through the tutorials. I am trying create a timer that indicates the last update of a post. So, the timer should count from 0 and stop when ever I update a new post. And, then, start the count again from 0. I was able to formulate one with the help of the tutorials, but I can't make it the way that I wanted. Instead, the timer automatically restarts when I refresh the page. Here's what I've made. I am not sure about the minutes and hours. <p id="p1">Last update: <label id="hours">00</label>:<label id="
  3. Hi everyone, Thank you for letting me be here. This is my first posting. I am looking for some help with this slider I have on a website. It is working ok so far, except I can't seem to figure out a way to put a timer on the slides so that they would switch every few seconds. How do you guys think I should do this? Here is the code HTML: <div class="slider"><ul class="slides"> <input type="radio" name="radio-btn" id="img-1" checked /> <li class="slide-container"> <div class="slide"> <a href="/HR-Diploma-exda.php"><img src="/images/Slid
  4. Hi everyone, I tried to make a video which will start at the beginning and star over again <video id="Video1" controls autoplay loop> <source src="VideoXYZ.mp4" type="video/mp4"> <source src="VideoXYZ" type="video/webm"> <source src="VideoXYZ" type="video/ogg"> Your Browser does not support the video tag </video> But I want to loop the video 5 or 7 times then it definitely stops until I refresh the page, and of course I don't have a clue how to make a timer to LOOP. First, is it possible to do this? if yes, how to do it? Thank y
  5. Good day, I appreciate that this is a popular query but I've been searching the web for answers and I've been unable to get my code to work. I'm trying to create the effect of an animated button on a website. I have a div which contains an <img/>. This image is the "animated button". I have already prepared the additional images to represent the following frames. Now, the JavaScript code I have (which I've pulled together looking at examples) is below. var navAniButton;var aniImgs;var imgAniTimer;var index;var maxImages; function updateVar() {navAniButton = document.getEleme
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