The stuff in your first post worked fine for me. Changing from vertical to horizontal is simply a matter of changing
The problem is probably with your page. I was going to looking at your code, but when your page started popping up those annoying alert boxes, I killed the window. I also tried running it through W3's validator - here - but that failed.
I suggest posting in the html forum, get some help getting the page working working/valid, then try the carousel again.
Seriously though, you need to fix the rest of your HTML. I got the validator to look at it here. Of the 247 errors it found, a good 100 or so are serious. I designed my slideshow to tolerate a lot, but you've got way too many problems on that page. Fix the HTML, then we can get the carousel working. If the validator's output isn't enough to help you, start a thread in the HTML/CSS forum.
I saw your image carousel on DD and thought I would give it a stab as my thumbnail slideshow. Works great in firefox - but everyones favorite IE decides to insert a blank image at the end of the carousel (very annoying)
How do I get rid of it??
Also wondered if you could give me some help sizing the images linked to the iframe. I want them all to come out 100% x 100% of the iframe. Any suggestions??
The blank image in IE is most likely from a typo in setting up the images. If you have a link to your page, I'll peek at the source and see if there's a problem.
Getting linked images to expand to the size of your iframe is simple (if tedious). Give each full-sized image its own basic page, setting the width and height in the <img src="fullsize.jpg"....> tag to match your iframe. Then link to those pages, instead of directly linking to the images.
The script is pretty specialized around the carousel-effect; it would require significant rewriting to convert it into a conveyer-belt slideshow. I've thought about making other versions (conveyer-belt, book-flip, fade-in, etc), but I'm currently buried in a PHP/MySQL project. Perhaps in a couple weeks...
I love the script and every thing is working fine on my photo gallery. However, the people I'm developing the site for want to have "previous" and "next" buttons under the iframe.
Idealy it would be nice if the buttons would actulay load the previous image loaded by the image carousel rather than just scrolling through the list of image links, but I can't figure out how to find what file is loaded into my iframe in the first place?
This is an awesome carousel. I have been trying to edit the code to use just the horizontal carousel. Every time I try to edit out the others, I screw it up. Is there any possible way you help me with the code for the horizontal only. I need to be able to have up to 14 sides. I am very new at this and would appreciate any help you could provide. Thanks for your time and consideration.