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I have a portal and want to show some news in it. the news items are stored in my db and i can easily pass them to the portal in a json request or some array of data.
I need someone to make a jquery page for me to use to pass this data to so it can present the news on it in a scrolling animation. The article will show on the page for a few moments and then will slide out and show the new one. This slide in and out animation should be pretty easy as i have seen many extensions on the net with this.
I want to be able to pass the follwing data for each news item
Href (new window url)
Image(jpg, png, gif)
*(for the image or swf option i wont ever have both at the same time in a single article so im not sure but i think jquery has this media extension that can help make sure swf or others are all embedded okay...let me know here)*
I can give you the design for this but it will be like a little portal part as seen with many of the ones on pageflakes.com
I will use your sample to give to my team. we wont likely have any changes to the structure of it if your clear on how we pass it several news items
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