// Easing equation, borrowed from jQuery easing plugin // http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/ jQuery.easing.easeOutQuart = function (x, t, b, c, d) { return -c * ((t=t/d-1)*t*t*t - 1) + b; }; jQuery(function( $ ){ /** * Most jQuery.serialScroll's settings, actually belong to jQuery.ScrollTo, check it's demo for an example of each option. * @see http://flesler.demos.com/jquery/scrollTo/ * You can use EVERY single setting of jQuery.ScrollTo, in the settings hash you send to jQuery.serialScroll. */ /** * The plugin binds 6 events to the container to allow external manipulation. * prev, next, goto, start, stop and notify * You use them like this: $(your_container).trigger('next'), $(your_container).trigger('goto', [5]) (0-based index). * If for some odd reason, the element already has any of these events bound, trigger it with the namespace. */ /** * IMPORTANT: this call to the plugin specifies ALL the settings (plus some of jQuery.ScrollTo) * This is done so you can see them. You DON'T need to specify the commented ones. * A 'target' is specified, that means that #screen is the context for target, prev, next and navigation. */ $('#screen').serialScroll({ target:'#sections', items:'li', // Selector to the items ( relative to the matched elements, '#sections' in this case ) prev:'img.prev',// Selector to the 'prev' button (absolute!, meaning it's relative to the document) next:'img.next',// Selector to the 'next' button (absolute too) axis:'x',// The default is 'y' scroll on both ways navigation:'#navigation li a', //duration:1500,// Length of the animation (if you scroll 2 axes and use queue, then each axis take half this time) force:true, // Force a scroll to the element specified by 'start' (some browsers don't reset on refreshes) //queue:false,// We scroll on both axes, scroll both at the same time. //event:'click',// On which event to react (click is the default, you probably won't need to specify it) //stop:false,// Each click will stop any previous animations of the target. (false by default) //lock:true, // Ignore events if already animating (true by default) start: 0, // On which element (index) to begin ( 0 is the default, redundant in this case ) cycle:false,// Cycle endlessly ( constant velocity, true is the default ) step:3, // How many items to scroll each time ( 1 is the default, no need to specify ) //jump:true, // If true, items become clickable (or w/e 'event' is, and when activated, the pane scrolls to them) //lazy:false,// (default) if true, the plugin looks for the items on each event(allows AJAX or JS content, or reordering) //interval:1000, // It's the number of milliseconds to automatically go to the next //constant:true, // constant speed onBefore:function( e, elem, $pane, $items, pos ){ /** * 'this' is the triggered element * e is the event object * elem is the element we'll be scrolling to * $pane is the element being scrolled * $items is the items collection at this moment * pos is the position of elem in the collection * if it returns false, the event will be ignored */ //those arguments with a $ are jqueryfied, elem isn't. e.preventDefault(); if( this.blur ) this.blur(); }, onAfter:function( elem ){ //'this' is the element being scrolled ($pane) not jqueryfied } }); /** * No need to have only one element in view, you can use it for slideshows or similar. * In this case, clicking the images, scrolls to them. * No target in this case, so the selectors are absolute. */ $('#slideshow').serialScroll({ items:'li', prev:'#screen2 a.prev', next:'#screen2 a.next', offset:-230, //when scrolling to photo, stop 230 before reaching it (from the left) start:1, //as we are centering it, start at the 2nd duration:1200, force:true, stop:true, lock:false, cycle:false, //don't pull back once you reach the end easing:'easeOutQuart', //use this easing equation for a funny effect jump: true //click on the images to scroll to them }); /** * The call below, is just to show that you are not restricted to prev/next buttons * In this case, the plugin will react to a custom event on the container * You can trigger the event from the outside. */ var $news = $('#news-ticker');//we'll re use it a lot, so better save it to a var. $news.serialScroll({ items:'div', duration:2000, force:true, axis:'y', easing:'linear', lazy:true,// NOTE: it's set to true, meaning you can add/remove/reorder items and the changes are taken into account. interval:1, // yeah! I now added auto-scrolling step:2 // scroll 2 news each time }); /** * The following you don't need to see, is just for the "Add 2 Items" and "Shuffle"" buttons * These exemplify the use of the option 'lazy'. */ $('#add-news').click(function(){ var $items = $news.find('div'), num = $items.length + 1; $items.slice(-2).clone().find('h4').each(function(i){ $(this).text( 'News ' + (num + i) ); }).end().appendTo($news); }); $('#shuffle-news').click(function(){//don't shuffle the first, don't wanna deal with css var shuffled = $news.find('div').get().slice(1).sort(function(){ return Math.round(Math.random())-0.5;//just a random number between -0.5 and 0.5 }); $(shuffled).appendTo($news);//add them all reordered }); });