Javascript changes to an existing web page

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This affects an existing website which plays recordings of a live performance while displaying pages of the musical score in sync with the recording. See http://rootham.org/listen.html#playlist

The switch between score pages generated by the existing Javascript is too abrupt, and the required modification must provide a "fade" between one page and the next (duration less than 1 second).

The modification to the Javascript is only needed for the example file. The method of cross-fading the images must be documented, so that the website manager can then apply the change to multiple HTML pages.

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  • Sadek C.

    Hello,

    Can you please tell me what's your deadline?
    Can we please discuss it?

    Thank you

    Rootham R.30 Apr 2017

    There is no specific deadline, but my maximum price for the job is GBP 80.

    I don't need a complete change to the website: all I want is the single change in image transition to implement a cross-fade - as specified.

    I used to be a software developer myself, and I reckon it needs about three hours research and one hour to implement, test and document for a single web page. If you are still interested, I will send you by WeTransfer a complete set of items for one web page: HTML file, PNG image files and MP3 music file.

  • Naresh S.

    Still available,Please let me know.

  • Hamxa B.

    Can you please clarify ?

    Thanks

    Rootham R.29 Apr 2017

    The existing Javascript simply changes the image at a specific elapsed time (i.e. when the page turn is needed). These timings are held in the array named arrPageStarts.

    What the job entails is to cross-fade more gently from the current displayed image to the next image, without an abrupt transition.

    Hamxa B.30 Apr 2017

    Can you send me the files ? It'll be pretty easy not more than 5hours of work.

    Let me know
    Thanks