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    Hi guys,
    I am having a problem finding out the names/codes of two slideshows as I was asked to include them specifically into my design. the first one is on the link ( www (dot) pg.com/en_US/sustainability/index.shtml ) the second one is on the link ( cms (dot) template-help.com/magento_32726/ ). I hope you could help me.

    Thanks

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    Looks like JQuery to me ...

    See any of these sites that show scripts and plug-ins.
    http://www.google.com/#sclient=psy&h...w=1003&bih=592


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim, post: 204740
    I appreciate your help and Yes i think it is a JQuery but I need to find out the exact name/code of this one so I can use it.

    any ideas guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim, post: 204740
    Actually the first one is Flash - right-click and you'll see. (I also checked the code to make sure)

    The second one is a jQuery slider. jQuery is a basic framework and you customize it to look and act the way you want. There are lots of sliders available that people have created on the basic framework - I wouldn't know how to find out which one this is.
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    The flash one, you'll have to ask the site owner where they got it.

    The JQuery one looks like a Magento plug-in ... from scriptaculous

    So which one do you need the exact name for?
    They are both very different.

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    well actually I was looking for both of them. each one is in a separate project for the school. I have been looking for those two for the past 3 days :cry:.

    thanks for passing guys

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    Google jQuery sliders. Or go to jQuery.com and flip through the documentation till it gets to pictures



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