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Old 21 Dec 2006, 08:33
headrat headrat is offline
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Rotate Multiple Images, NOT BANNER RELATED

Ok, my home page is and I just went through a major photo shoot with several VERY attractive models. So now, I have like 900+ pictures of each girl in all the different gear, as shown.

However, what I want to do is, set up to module so that each type of clothing, say the denim's rotate images every time the page is loaded, then also, the other types. It needs to be each image pulling from only that type of clothing pictures, as to prevent two of the same picture being posted at the same time.

I've searched all the sites, and can not find anything that would do this, or a code.

Help would be appreciated
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Old 21 Dec 2006, 08:58
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d8tabyte d8tabyte is offline
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Real name: Jeff
Simple Javascript is what you need. Type random image javascript into google. If you want to see this in action - look at I use this in conjunction with the welcome headers hack. Refresh a few times and you will see a variety of monkeys

I'd post the code but I'd have to go through my templates - and it's far to late for that. Maybe tomorrow if you don't find it in google you can pm me.
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Old 04 Jan 2007, 00:16
headrat headrat is offline
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Actually, I have to reasons for wanting this, one is as the way you have or had it on your forum, secondly, I want to do a password protected forum as well, with them all listed, not rotating.
any help?
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Old 04 Jan 2007, 10:42
RedTyger RedTyger is offline
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Don't use a javascript rotator, it'll fail if the user doesn't have javascript enabled and they'll only see one image from each rotation (or none at all, depends on how it's coded). Well, you can do that but a php rotator will be preferable if you can do it since it's guaranteed to work for everyone. A listing of everything would be even easier, you'd basically have to do that before you could do the rotation.

Forum passwords are built into the vBulletin software as standard, you can set it in Forum Settings for each forum.

BTW, why not give your site a nice makeover? I don't mean this to be offensive, but the design is not doing your content justice.
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