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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Email: neil at notlikecalvin dot com

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Newlikecalvin. It's got a clever javascript slideshow thing that's quite, quite beautiful. I didn't code it - such things are beyond me - but I did implement it.

I suggest you all have a look, before it gets really popular and everybody wants one.
22nd Feb 2005, 22:19  

Joe says:

great stuff neel....the image slideshow works really well.

22nd Feb 2005, 22:22

/Alfie says:

Ooooooooooh!!! Lookin tasty!!!

22nd Feb 2005, 22:34

anonymous says:

Thanks, Joe! I'm still worried about it breaking in older, crappier browsers, but I couldn't be bothered to not upload it any longer. There's more bits and pieces to go up but at least the structure's in place.

22nd Feb 2005, 22:37

neel says:

Oops. That was me - not logged into my own moglog. How embarrassing. Cheers, /Aflie!

22nd Feb 2005, 22:39

Helen says:

Looks good.

22nd Feb 2005, 23:08

neel says:

Thanks, Helen.

I'm now starting to fret about all the things that aren't quite there yet. That's to be expected, I s'pose.

23rd Feb 2005, 00:11

intheclear says:

is that code ready for other people to implement? i would like to use it if possible, how do i go about getting it?

23rd Feb 2005, 04:57

monkeypunk says:

great work! mr. light-and-dark

23rd Feb 2005, 08:53

neel says:

Well, it's in the page source, but it's possibly easiest to get from Scott's original version since I made a little addition to the code.

There's also a great ongoing discussion about it over at

Essesntially it's a single page per slideshow with all the javascript included, and you set a bunch of Arrays for each image name, size and caption. Very simple to use, luckily for me.

Thanks, ms. monkeypunk!

23rd Feb 2005, 10:32

neel says:

Actually it's a javascript/CSS thingie - the js manipulates elements set in the CSS. So grab the CSS from here and the javascript from the html here.

23rd Feb 2005, 11:50

chrisfl says:

Hmmm I may play with this if we every get the image upload working for the bedlamites site...

24th Feb 2005, 07:48