Image Slider (jquery) in Confluence

Hi,


I'm trying to integrate a jquery image slider ( http://tympanus.net/codrops/2011/09/05/slicebox-3d-image-slider/) on a confluence page but without success. So basically, I put all the .css and .js in attachement and link to that in my Confluence page html code.

Is it possible to make it work in Confluence? does jquery work in Confluence?

thanks in advance!

2 answers

Yes jQuery works in confluence.

You have to add something like this before the <div id="sb">:

<script type="text/javascript">
AJS.toInit(function (){
AJS.$( "#sb" ).slicebox();
});
</script>
Btw you dont need to attach the jQuery library because it comes with confluence
I hope this helps :)

You may also want to check out Image Slider for Confluence, a new Confluence plugin I've built for this year's Codegeist Add-on competition.

congratulation for winning a price :)

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