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shilldiy Jul 15, 2010 07:58 AM

[SOLVED] Header image not loading/fading & also overlaying logo image
 
Atahualpa: 3.5.1
Wordpress: 3.0
Site: http://goodtimesentertainment.co.uk/content/

Still in early stages of putting this together, but wierdly;
1. The header image (just two jpegs) you can see for a split second, then reverts to background colour and no images can be seen or fading/rotating.

2. The logo image is 'underneath' the header image, I would like it to be on top.

FYI: The header image is aligned top-right, and is 1200 pixels wide, to make sure it covers all the way to the left. When it was only 400 pixels wide, the header exhibited other strange behaviour (it tiled twice, and only the first tile actually faded/rotated).

Please, driving me mad as I have tried to delete any amendments I remember and cannot make the header rotation show/work!

Thanks,

Steve

shilldiy Jul 15, 2010 09:46 AM

Just tried changing some elements; if I lower the javascript fade time to 0 (so it changes abruptly) then it works fine. It is just the fading that breaks it. I have no opacity set at any point... any ideas?

shilldiy Jul 15, 2010 10:00 AM

Last bit of trickery, tried only having the one file in there, either one works ok. In that it loads, drops to background colour and fades back in quickly, and then stays. Not sure if that is expected behaviour. No other files.

juggledad Jul 15, 2010 12:58 PM

see http://forum.bytesforall.com/showthr...light=rotating

shilldiy Jul 15, 2010 01:03 PM

Hi, sorry if I'm being confusing. I'm not using overlays, and I've completely removed the logo picture to see if that's what you meant and I still have the same issue...

shilldiy Jul 16, 2010 06:22 AM

Fixed. I believe it was the width of the images that was causing them not to show up properly (didn't match with the defined css width).


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