Whale slider evolution

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Hello, I need an extra option on the Whale Gallery.
I need a random display feature.
Can you give me a solution?
Thank you

Type: Pre-Sale
Status: Resolved
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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
The js plugin used in the "Whale Slider" block does not have any option for random slides. Yet it should be possible to shuffle slides out of plugin's code domain. I wrote something like this and it seems working, though I didn't test it scrupulously. You can clone default "Whale Slider" template and append the code at the end of the template.
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
    $.fn.shuffle = function() {
        var allElems = this.get(),
            getRandom = function(max) {
                return Math.floor(Math.random() * max);
            shuffled = $.map(allElems, function(){
                var random = getRandom(allElems.length),
                    randEl = $(allElems[random]).clone(true)[0];
                allElems.splice(random, 1);
                return randEl;
Elstud replied on at Permalink Reply
Great !
Thank you, I will try next week and I give you my feedback.
Elstud replied on at Permalink Reply
Well, I test it, but nothing happen..

I put this script at the end of view.php in "whale_image_slider"

That's it ? no ?
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Could you send me the link where the code has been added?
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Jeff,
As I see, now that the code is added, the slider displays slides in random order. Open the page in multiple tabs and compare the order.
Elstud replied on at Permalink Reply
unbelievable !!
I did not see him !!
I work too late ...
Thank you, it's just perfect!
Elstud replied on at Permalink Reply
I did not see it because I had a cache problem. By purging the cache, it works much better !!
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Happy to hear it all worked out.

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