@aniinprni you might try renaming it to index.js instead. Or set "main": "library.js", in package.json
Using JS to Render Rotating Images in the Global Sidebar Widget
I currently have straight HTML displaying a linked image in the global sidebar and this works great (other than it loads slowly and resizes the page after it loads which is less than ideal.) I need to modify this so that it instead shows one of several different linked images. I was hoping to do this with some simple JS but when I do the document.write the whole page renders blank (after having rendered properly.) I believe that this is an async write issue with how Document.write interacts with the DOM in this situation.
But I'm not sure how to do this without that being a problem. Does anyone have guidance?
@scottalanmiller Here's the ad code we used to use here, back when we were on Lavender:
<div class="text-center"> <a id="home-ad1" class="" href="https://manage.nodebb.org/register" target="_blank"><img src="https://i.imgur.com/OxQXoua.png" /></a> <!--<a id="home-ad2" class="hidden" href="http://pricebreaker.kindwave.com/" target="_blank"><img src="https://i.imgur.com/CgnrKmq.jpg" /></a>--> <!--<a id="home-ad3" class="hidden" href="http://nodevember.org" target="_blank"><img src="https://i.imgur.com/fv2cq2L.png" /></a>--> </div> <script> //document.getElementById('home-ad' + (Math.floor(Math.random() * 2) + 1)).className = ''; </script>
Of course, it looks like by the end we only had 1 ad in "rotation", so I just commented out the actual js that powers it, but all of the
<a>elements should have