Found this similar one with IE6 support...
If you find a bug with the Nivo Slider then please post an issue on the Github page. Please feel free to fork away on Github and make your own improvements.
If you have any other questions you can email me at email@example.com or hit me up on twitter at @g********. No promises I can help or even reply but I'll do my best.
If you enjoy this stuff and want more you can help me out by sharing this page or donating me some money. Why not buy me a beer?
You definitely owe Mr P******** an apology for your remarks.
I think it's rather amusing he says that open source doesn't have any support associated with it, obviously he can't be much of a programmer to make it seem like the only source of support for a product would be the person who produced it rather than the community that uses it or understands the freely available source code. I think he was just having a hissy fit because no rationally minded person would just moan randomly in a place that could help them, then disappear.
It was just a couple of questions for crying out loud. I just don't see the point of developing something if you can't at least answer a couple of simple "support" type questions about it. I mean really, it's simple accountability. Why don't you guys get off your high horses and see it from someone else's point of view just once. I moved on to another equally good open source script that is doing a great job for my client and was (truly) easy for a non-developer to install, configure and use. Hasta la vista, dorks.
No need to be insulting. If it's only a couple of questions why haven't you asked them here? Please do so others can benefit from the problems you experienced, otherwise I'll be tempted to remove your rant as it only will be useless information.
Thanks for all of your kind comments. I'm glad people are enjoying the slider and hope that everyone here manges to get some use out of it.
In regards to @Nofunzies comments I don't think I need to say any more. Most of your opinions reflect my own. I do get a lot of support emails every day now and so far I have managed to answer all of them. But I can't offer the level of support @Nofunzies was asking for for free... there is just not enough time in the day.
Anyway its encouraging to see a forum like this in support of my script. Thanks again guys.
good one but i think it load little slow plus i would loved it if we could get auto sliding of images
I have it all working, but am not sure where and how I place the CSS to stop the images flashing on loading. It says in the instructions to manually apply it.
Could anyone give an idea or example?
No worries, all sorted now
Hmmm. Almost sorted I should have put.
It all works great in Firefox, but I lose the drop shadow in IE8, it doesn't slide in IE7 and the screen is blank on IE6!
In the CSS I added display:none to stop the images flashing on start up, but the slider disappears in IE7 altogether.
Here is the site: my site
Hope someone can help.
Does anyone have any experience placing two Nivo Sliders on a single page? I have followed various notes via their Forum but things are not working as expected. I understand I need to create #slider1 and #slider2 but the .css has me a bit confused. Do I need to create full sets of CSS for each #slider AND also place two JS Styles in the header of my page. You can see what I am attempting here: http://smarterbydesignonline.com/home.htm (this is the jQuery/Nivo Slider version of the current Home page at http://smarterbydesignonline.com)
Any help, links, direction etc. will be greatly appreciated.
I have had this slider running for quite a while now and wish to add in a link for each slide, yet when I update the code I am having no luck to get it to work.
Here is a sample of my code,
And this is how it appears on the demo webpageHTML Code:<a href="/linkishere/"><img src="/promos/images/LandingA.jpg" alt="" title="" width="735" height="401" /></a>
Could you please kindly offer any suggestions?HTML Code:<a href="#link1"><img src="images/toystory.jpg" alt="" title="Caption 1" /></a>
Came across this thread after I saw that Nivo doesn't support IE6. My demographic will most likely have a good percentage still on IE6. I saw this post at WP about someone who seems to have a solution for it WordPress › Support » [Plugin: WP Nivo Slider] making wp-nivo-slider compatible with IE6. It seems from that post though that the fix involves WP installations only, unless I'm misunderstanding him. Would anyone know how to make his fix work for a static html site?
Okay. I downloaded IETester and tested Nivo in IE6, and it's pretty cracked. As I said above, someone seems to have come up with a WordPress-specific fix for Nivo and IE6 at WordPress › Support » [Plugin: WP Nivo Slider] making wp-nivo-slider compatible with IE6.
Would that fix he's created work with a static html site? He mentions putting the fix in a certain WordPress page so I don't know where you'd put that code in a static html site. Or, if not, I don't know, would it be possible to do something like install the script (and this guy's fix) on a blog and then somehow call that working script into where you want it on your static html site? Something like an iframe or something. I don't know too much about that, but might it be a fix for the Nivo/IE6 issue?