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Object ID Fader - Extension Updated ***26/03/2012***

Post by madebyibloo » Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:19 pm

Image Object ID Fader

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Description
Fade in and display object’s on page load.

What does it do?
This extension will fade in Objects on page load with Delay & Speed effects.

Features
Onload Objects with fade in effects
Delay Function for Fade in Effects
Multiple Objects at one time!
Uses the jQuery library
Drag n’ Drop Extension

How to use… Drag and drop this extension, double click to enter the properties and select your Object
ID’s to fade in when your page loads, add a delay to each Object to make a great loading
effect!


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http://www.funky5.co.uk

UPDATE
Now works with 'Text' Objects

Special Thanks! go to presto for helping and supplying the xsl file to make mutlple objects selectable!


More WYSIWYG Web Builder Extensions available at http://www.funky5.co.uk


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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by Adendum » Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:34 am

Nice one Scott .......

But am I right in thinking that this wont work with text objects? Try as had as I can I can't get a text object to fade.
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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by zinc » Sat Mar 24, 2012 2:45 pm

Great work Scott!!! Like Like Like

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Post by madebyibloo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:53 pm

Adendum wrote:Nice one Scott .......

But am I right in thinking that this wont work with text objects? Try as had as I can I can't get a text object to fade.

Hi Paul! Thank you! hmmm your thoughts are very correct! I'll look at this issue for the next update, in the mean time, you can always 'publish text as image' for it to work but then you would lose links etc. or you could Create a layer and insert 'text' onto the layer then select that layer in the Object ID Fader properties for it to work with 'text' objects.




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Post by madebyibloo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:55 pm

bendigo wrote:Great work Scott!!! Like Like Like
Hi B! Thank you! its only somehting minor but used correctly, it can have great effects for galleries etc with the use of the delay function :)




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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by presto » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:43 pm

Why didn't you make use of the possibilities of the extension maker?

1. The extension uses DIV container, which produces additional code with no sense.

2. Extension builder offers the possibility to let WWB decide to upload jQuery or not (since it is already included with another item of the site), so it is not neccessary to make the selection yourself.This makes sense to avoid the use of different versions of jQuery in one page.

3. You have limited the numbers of objects to 10. Use the dataset property combined with an XSL-template and you can use as many objects as you like.

I have re-written your extension to overcome these handicaps. If you are interested I can send the xwb-code and the XSL template to you.

Anyway, great idea and I like the effect pretty much.

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Post by madebyibloo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 7:02 pm

presto wrote:Why didn't you make use of the possibilities of the extension maker?

1. The extension uses DIV container, which produces additional code with no sense.

2. Extension builder offers the possibility to let WWB decide to upload jQuery or not (since it is already included with another item of the site), so it is not neccessary to make the selection yourself.This makes sense to avoid the use of different versions of jQuery in one page.

3. You have limited the numbers of objects to 10. Use the dataset property combined with an XSL-template and you can use as many objects as you like.

I have re-written your extension to overcome these handicaps. If you are interested I can send the xwb-code and the XSL template to you.

Anyway, great idea and I like the effect pretty much.
Hi presto! Thanks for your input! always appreciated!

I'm not understanding what you mean by 'WWB decide to upload jQuery or not', In my experience its always good to have a choice to select if you are already using jquery in other objects, otherwise the extension will not work (sticky layers for example)....basically if you have 'no' jquery objects on the page in WB and you decide to choose this extension then you need jquery included for it to work. Hope i'm making sense.

As for the 'number of objects', i basically wrote eveything pretty quicky and released it, so thats my bad on my part, a rush job lets say cause i'm abit snowed under with work and life etc, but thats what I always use the versions for for future updates :)

As for your offer, Yes please! any help and input on these kind of things is always appreciated as it saves me so much time! So thank you very much for the offer, could you please send all files across to my Ibloo.co.uk email address which you can find on my website.


Thanks for your input, i'm always trying to come up with simple but effective ideas that are not widely available so thanks for your respect. :)



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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by haakoo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 9:43 pm

You should address the containing div id instead of the object inside
so for text it will work if you use wb_Text1.

Hans

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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by madebyibloo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:08 pm

haakoo wrote:You should address the containing div id instead of the object inside
so for text it will work if you use wb_Text1.

Hans
Thanks Hans! appreciate it! :)



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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by madebyibloo » Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:20 pm

Guys I need your input please.....Like Hans said regarding the 'text object', I'm not sure what direction to go with, with the next update?

Here's the choices,

1) Leave as is and make a note in the pdf regarding 'wb_' prefix when inputting text.

2) Change the actaul output code to include 'wb_' (This would work with Shapes & Text as Hans mentioned but would not work for objects such as 'Layers' which dont have the prefix wb_

3) Include actaul options in the properties section of the extension to include a prefix option true/false (This might get to complicated for beginner users etc as I would like to keep it as simple as possible for all)


Whats your thoughts? your input is appreciated :)


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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by zinc » Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:18 pm

Option 2 please :D
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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension

Post by Adendum » Sun Mar 25, 2012 5:59 pm

I would have thought option 2 would be safer. Makes it easier for the end user and no need to remember the wb_. But I guess you'll have to make that an option just for text objects.
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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension Updated ***26/03/2012***

Post by madebyibloo » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:53 am

Hi guys, the Update is now available! Thanks to presto and his help with the xsl, you can now select multiple objects including text objects!




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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension Updated ***26/03/2012***

Post by Adendum » Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:11 pm

Nice one Scott.....we can have fun with this one! Many thanks.
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Re: Object ID Fader - Extension Updated ***26/03/2012***

Post by madebyibloo » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:06 pm

Adendum wrote:Nice one Scott.....we can have fun with this one! Many thanks.

Thanks Paul! appreciated!



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