When you click on the top stone swatch (Fieldstone:Kentucky), a picture of a house with that stone is on the right. And when you hover your cursor over that house, it trails a LARGER picture of the stone swatch.
I want that larger swatch picture. I looked at the source code for the page and can’t find any reference to it.
I need it to put together a presentation to a dickhead homeowners association so that a family with two children with disabilities can build a sunroom for them to play in. So if you can help me get the larger picture, it will be for a good cause. Thanks!
Screw you, mk. If I’d asked y’all to do something tedious, that’d be one thing, but I was pretty sure someone here would be smart enough to figure it out right away, and I was right. The screenshot idea occurred to me after I posted, and that was going to be my next step. I might be dumber than most of you, but I’m not lazy or inconsiderate.
Even though you were joking, I just wanted to say that stuff like this is what makes Qt3 great. The idea of someone asking for something, and then half a dozen people leap to the challenge (and at least one person being snarky to keep it entertaining).
Right click -> inspect element on Chrome. Which just goes to show you that everything Firefox can do, Chrome can do faster and more elegantly.
edit: Oh, and for those who don’t have Chrome/don’t know better, clicking the image link in the source in the element viewer gives you a nicely foldered list of all the assets with a visual of the image in question. So, like, here’s the script from the resource scripts that they use for the fade thing: http://www.centurionstone.com/wp-content/themes/centurion/scripts.js
That doesn’t help much when the image in question is impossible to click on, which is why jerri started this thread in the first place. Otherwise in Firefox all you’d have to do is right-click -> View Image.