MooSlider 0.1

MooSlider is a lightweight, easy-to-use content (e.g. images, text, ...) scroller using the mootools framework.



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Author
dauerbaustelle
Current version
0.1
GitHub
dauerbaustelle/mooslider
Downloads
4609
Category
Interface
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Dependencies

  • core/1.2: Fx.Tween

How to use

In your HTML source:

<div id="MooSlider_1">
    <div class="MooSlider_Item">
        Content #1
    </div>
    <div class="MooSlider_Item">
        Content #2
    </div>
    <div class="MooSlider_Item">
        Content #2
    </div>
    ...
    <div class="MooSlider_Item">
        Content #N
    </div>
</div>

In your Javascript source:

window.addEvent('domready', function() {
    // ... your other code here
    var yourmooslider = new MooSlider($$('#MooSlider_1 .MooSlider_Item'), {
        mode: 'alpha'
    });
    yourmooslider.play();
});

You can see that the MooSlider class is instantiated like any other MooTools class, using the generic

new MooSlider(Array_of_element_to_slide, options)

To use the auto-slide thing, now use the

.play(initial_delay)

method, where initial_delay specifies the time in milliseconds to wait before the first sliding (optional, defaults to 0).

For possible options, see next section.


Mooslider Options

You can pass several options to the MooSlider constructor. Every of the options has a default value, hence is optional and can be left out.

  • mode (string or array): Specifies the animation type. One or an array of:

    • left: Slides out the content element to the left, slides in the next one from the right
    • right: Like left, but the other way round
    • top: Slides out the content element to the top, slides in the next one from the bottom
    • bottom: Like top, but the other way round
    • alpha: Uses fade-in and fade-out instead of sliding
    • random: (default) Randomly choses a transition mode out of the modes array on every transition
    • Array of these: Uses all the given transitions at once (e.g. slide-out to the left and fade-out at the same time)
  • modes (array): (Only applies if mode is set to random) An array of all modes from which one shall be chosen randomly every transition (default: all available modes)

  • interval (int): Time to wait between slidings (in milliseconds, only applies if you use the .play() auto-slide function)

  • fxOptions: Options passed to Fx.Tween used for transitions (defaults to {duration: 500})

  • sizes (object): A hashtable containing the keys w (Slider container width) and h (Slider container height), both of type int. (default: empty, so height and width are gained from the first item in the slide elements array)

  • buttons (object): A hashtable containing one or more of the keys next, previous and playpause, all of type Element. To each of the given elements, a click event is added. Then if one clicks a button, the according action ("slide to next element", "slide one element back", "play/pause the auto-slide") is executed.

Example usage with options

window.addEvent('domready', function() {
    var slider = new MooSlider($$('#MooSlider_1 .MooSlider_Item'), {
        mode: 'right',
        interval: 3000,
        sizes: {w: 300, h: 300},
        buttons: {
            next: $('MooSlider_1_Button_Next'),
            previous: $('MooSlider_1_Button_Previous'),
            playpause: $('MooSlider_1_Button_PlayPause')
        }
    });
    slider.play(2000);
});

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