Hi All,

I have set up three sliders on one page, and clicking the links for one sliders affects the others.

Somehow the last slider on the bottom is auto-sliding also (I would like them all to slide - I added some code to do this but removed it as it only affected one slider, but it is still auto sliding)

The code I used for the auto slide is:

Code:
// start to automatically cycle the tabs
	var cycleTimer = setInterval(function () {
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Can anyone help me make it so that they auto slide... but the buttons don't affect the other sliders?

The URL for the page is: Rooms at Jubilee House Bed & Breakfast Chichester

The code for all the sliders is as follows:
Code:
// when the DOM is ready...
jQuery(document).ready(function($) {

	// Priory Coda Slider ******************************
    var $panels = $('#slider .scrollContainer > div');
    var $container = $('#slider .scrollContainer');

    // if false, we'll float all the panels left and fix the width 
    // of the container
    var horizontal = true;

    // float the panels left if we're going horizontal
    if (horizontal) {
        $panels.css({
            'float' : 'left',
            'position' : 'relative' // IE fix to ensure overflow is hidden
        });

        // calculate a new width for the container (so it holds all panels)
        $container.css('width', $panels[0].offsetWidth * $panels.length);
    }

    // collect the scroll object, at the same time apply the hidden overflow
    // to remove the default scrollbars that will appear
    var $scroll = $('#slider .scroll').css('overflow', 'hidden');

    // apply our left + right buttons
    $scroll
        .before('<img class="scrollButtons left" src="../templates/business/coda/sroll_left.png" />')
        .after('<img class="scrollButtons right" src="../templates/business/coda/sroll_right.png" />');

    // handle nav selection
    function selectNav() {
        $(this)
            .parents('ul:first')
                .find('a')
                    .removeClass('selected')
                .end()
            .end()
            .addClass('selected');
    }

    $('#slider .navigation').find('a').click(selectNav);

    // go find the navigation link that has this target and select the nav
    function trigger(data) {
        var el = $('#slider .navigation').find('a[href$="' + data.id + '"]').get(0);
        selectNav.call(el);
    }

    if (window.location.hash) {
        trigger({ id : window.location.hash.substr(1) });
    } else {
        $('ul.navigation a:first').click();
    }

    // offset is used to move to *exactly* the right place, since I'm using
    // padding on my example, I need to subtract the amount of padding to
    // the offset.  Try removing this to get a good idea of the effect
    var offset = parseInt((horizontal ? 
        $container.css('paddingTop') : 
        $container.css('paddingLeft')) 
        || 0) * -1;


    var scrollOptions = {
        target: $scroll, // the element that has the overflow

        // can be a selector which will be relative to the target
        items: $panels,

        navigation: '.navigation a',

        // selectors are NOT relative to document, i.e. make sure they're unique
        prev: 'img.left', 
        next: 'img.right',

        // allow the scroll effect to run both directions
        axis: 'xy',

        onAfter: trigger, // our final callback

        offset: offset,

        // duration of the sliding effect
        duration: 500,

        // easing - can be used with the easing plugin: 
        // http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/
        easing: 'swing'
    };

    // apply serialScroll to the slider - we chose this plugin because it 
    // supports// the indexed next and previous scroll along with hooking 
    // in to our navigation.
    $('#slider').serialScroll(scrollOptions);

    // now apply localScroll to hook any other arbitrary links to trigger 
    // the effect
    $.localScroll(scrollOptions);

    // finally, if the URL has a hash, move the slider in to position, 
    // setting the duration to 1 because I don't want it to scroll in the
    // very first page load.  We don't always need this, but it ensures
    // the positioning is absolutely spot on when the pages loads.
    scrollOptions.duration = 1;
    $.localScroll.hash(scrollOptions);
 		// slider for Priory ends ******************************
 		
 		// slider for litten starts ******************************
    var $panels_l = $('#slider_l .scrollContainer > div');
    var $container_l = $('#slider_l .scrollContainer');

    // if false, we'll float all the panels left and fix the width 
    // of the container
    var horizontal_l = true;

    // float the panels left if we're going horizontal
    if (horizontal_l) {
        $panels_l.css({
            'float' : 'left',
            'position' : 'relative' // IE fix to ensure overflow is hidden
        });

        // calculate a new width for the container (so it holds all panels)
        $container_l.css('width', $panels_l[0].offsetWidth * $panels_l.length);
    }

    // collect the scroll object, at the same time apply the hidden overflow
    // to remove the default scrollbars that will appear
    var $scroll = $('#slider_l .scroll').css('overflow', 'hidden');

    // apply our left + right buttons
    $scroll
        .before('<img class="scrollButtons left" src="" />')
        .after('<img class="scrollButtons right" src="" />');

    // handle nav selection
    function selectNav() {
        $(this)
            .parents('ul:first')
                .find('a')
                    .removeClass('selected')
                .end()
            .end()
            .addClass('selected');
    }

    $('#slider_l .navigation').find('a').click(selectNav);

    // go find the navigation link that has this target and select the nav
    function trigger(data) {
        var el = $('#slider_l .navigation').find('a[href$="' + data.id + '"]').get(0);
        selectNav.call(el);
    }

    if (window.location.hash) {
        trigger({ id : window.location.hash.substr(1) });
    } else {
        $('ul.navigation a:first').click();
    }

    // offset is used to move to *exactly* the right place, since I'm using
    // padding on my example, I need to subtract the amount of padding to
    // the offset.  Try removing this to get a good idea of the effect
    var offset = parseInt((horizontal_l ? 
        $container_l.css('paddingTop') : 
        $container_l.css('paddingLeft')) 
        || 0) * -1;


    var scrollOptions = {
        target: $scroll, // the element that has the overflow

        // can be a selector which will be relative to the target
        items: $panels_l,

        navigation: '.navigation a',

        // selectors are NOT relative to document, i.e. make sure they're unique
        prev: 'img.left', 
        next: 'img.right',

        // allow the scroll effect to run both directions
        axis: 'xy',

        onAfter: trigger, // our final callback

        offset: offset,

        // duration of the sliding effect
        duration: 500,

        // easing - can be used with the easing plugin: 
        // http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/
        easing: 'swing'
    };

    // apply serialScroll to the slider - we chose this plugin because it 
    // supports// the indexed next and previous scroll along with hooking 
    // in to our navigation.
    $('#slider_l').serialScroll(scrollOptions);

    // now apply localScroll to hook any other arbitrary links to trigger 
    // the effect
    $.localScroll(scrollOptions);

    // finally, if the URL has a hash, move the slider in to position, 
    // setting the duration to 1 because I don't want it to scroll in the
    // very first page load.  We don't always need this, but it ensures
    // the positioning is absolutely spot on when the pages loads.
    scrollOptions.duration = 1;
    $.localScroll.hash(scrollOptions);
 		// Coda slider for litten ends ******************************



	// slider for dining starts ******************************
    var $panels_d = $('#slider_d .scrollContainer > div');
    var $container_d = $('#slider_d .scrollContainer');

    // if false, we'll float all the panels left and fix the width 
    // of the container
    var horizontal_d = true;

    // float the panels left if we're going horizontal
    if (horizontal_d) {
        $panels_d.css({
            'float' : 'left',
            'position' : 'relative' // IE fix to ensure overflow is hidden
        });

        // calculate a new width for the container (so it holds all panels)
        $container_d.css('width', $panels_d[0].offsetWidth * $panels_d.length);
    }

    // collect the scroll object, at the same time apply the hidden overflow
    // to remove the default scrollbars that will appear
    var $scroll = $('#slider_d .scroll').css('overflow', 'hidden');

    // apply our left + right buttons
    $scroll
        .before('<img class="scrollButtons left" src="" />')
        .after('<img class="scrollButtons right" src="" />');

    // handle nav selection
    function selectNav() {
        $(this)
            .parents('ul:first')
                .find('a')
                    .removeClass('selected')
                .end()
            .end()
            .addClass('selected');
    }

    $('#slider_d .navigation').find('a').click(selectNav);

    // go find the navigation link that has this target and select the nav
    function trigger(data) {
        var el = $('#slider_d .navigation').find('a[href$="' + data.id + '"]').get(0);
        selectNav.call(el);
    }

    if (window.location.hash) {
        trigger({ id : window.location.hash.substr(1) });
    } else {
        $('ul.navigation a:first').click();
    }

    // offset is used to move to *exactly* the right place, since I'm using
    // padding on my example, I need to subtract the amount of padding to
    // the offset.  Try removing this to get a good idea of the effect
    var offset = parseInt((horizontal_d ? 
        $container_d.css('paddingTop') : 
        $container_d.css('paddingLeft')) 
        || 0) * -1;


    var scrollOptions = {
        target: $scroll, // the element that has the overflow

        // can be a selector which will be relative to the target
        items: $panels_d,

        navigation: '.navigation a',

        // selectors are NOT relative to document, i.e. make sure they're unique
        prev: 'img.left', 
        next: 'img.right',

        // allow the scroll effect to run both directions
        axis: 'xy',

        onAfter: trigger, // our final callback

        offset: offset,

        // duration of the sliding effect
        duration: 500,

        // easing - can be used with the easing plugin: 
        // http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/
        easing: 'swing'
    };

    // apply serialScroll to the slider - we chose this plugin because it 
    // supports// the indexed next and previous scroll along with hooking 
    // in to our navigation.
    $('#slider_d').serialScroll(scrollOptions);

    // now apply localScroll to hook any other arbitrary links to trigger 
    // the effect
    $.localScroll(scrollOptions);

    // finally, if the URL has a hash, move the slider in to position, 
    // setting the duration to 1 because I don't want it to scroll in the
    // very first page load.  We don't always need this, but it ensures
    // the positioning is absolutely spot on when the pages loads.
    scrollOptions.duration = 1;
    $.localScroll.hash(scrollOptions);
 		// slider for dining ends ******************************
	
});
Thank you