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Nancy, I love you for responding so quickly...thank you.
So I used the Widget Browser and downloaded the jQuery Cycle Widget. I opened the widget in the browser, configured it the way I want, then used the drag and drop function to put it into Dreamweaver.
At this point, I have no idea what to do. I tried inserting the images into the blue blox that came up, but they just showed up as individual pictures. Also, there are several sample pictures that came with it. Can I delete those?
Sorry, remember I'm a total amateur.
Ok scratch all that. I started over, tried it again and it works. Now I have another fun little problem. I'm using the Dreamweaver "Synchronize sitewide" command which has been working beautifully, but now I'm getting an error message. It skips the jQuery scripts every time, says there's some kind of error.
Ok, not sure why Synchronize Sitewide wasn't working. I ended up trying Site | Put, and it worked. Thanks again Nancy.
To do advanced things in DW, you must de-mystify code by popping the hood.
Below is the relevant HTML. Swap images with your own.
<!--All elements inside this will become slides-->
<img src="images/beach1.jpg" width="100" height="100" title="caption for image1" />
<img src="images/beach2.jpg" width="300" height="300" title="caption for image2" />
<img src="images/beach3.jpg" width="200" height="200" title="caption for image3" />
<div title="sample title"> you can add blocks of text instead!</div>
<img src="images/beach4.jpg" width="200" height="200" title="caption for image4" />
<img src="images/beach5.jpg" width="200" height="200" title="caption for image5" />
Then upload page, scripts and images to your remote server.
Well fortunately, I was able to accomplish that without going into the code. Deleting the sample images locally and adding my own, then inserting them via Dreamweaver worked the second time around. I must have inadvertently screwed something up the first time.
Maybe I can push my luck with one last question. When I hover the mouse over the slideshow, a little dialogue pops up with "caption for image x," where x is whatever number picture is being displayed. I'd really prefer for nothing to display at all, but I would settle for at least being able to customize the pop-up to something specific.
Other than that, it's working great. Thank you again.
You just need to remove the title attribute.
What's the link to your website so we can take a look in our browsers?