On my very slow connection, the initial loading time seems excessive even though I've kept image sizes below 100kB each. Images are loaded 'just in time' for being needed, so the initial loading before the first image is shown should only involve the loading of one image. Something else in the jQuery script/routine initialization seems to be time-consuming...
Since most of you out there presumably have much faster connections than me, could I ask you the favor of taking a look and tell me if the initial loading time is acceptable or not?
Worked pretty slick for me, fast loading, runs nicely, what slider is that if you don't mind me asking?
The slider is called Estro and was done by 'pixelentity':
http://codecanyon.net/item/estro-jquery … mespotters
I found it in a list of "60 excellent jQuery sliders" posted by AviD recently:
http://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2010/11 … lider.html
I use the the jQuery Carousel Evolution slider on my own website portfolio page and it works perfectly.
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