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ASP NET slideshow Control with jQuery and XML

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For the past few years, the image sliders, slide-shows, and Ad Rotator scripts have become increasingly popular for web pages. There are thousands of these scripts on the Web but is difficult to find one that fit my requirements. I want a script that is flexible enough for me to use it as a Ad Rotator, slide-shows or image rotator with navigation controls and extract the slides information from XML file. After spending some time researching for it, I found the jQuery based slideshow with navigation controls from Dynamic Drive and the article reading-xml-with-jquery. I had put together these finding and a brief tutorial "jQuery slideshow with XML". Recently, I decided to encapsulate this into ASP.NET User Controls to increase reusability of code. Now, I can have multiple instances of this control on my page and I can customize the width and height, options to hide or show navigation controls, XML file source, and others setting for each instance. I have put together a step by step tutorial on how I have accomplished this.

Figure 1 (mouse over to see larger image)
 Slide-shows preview

Check List

Simple Controls Gallery v1.3

Getting Started

Before we begin, make sure to download a copy of the Simple Controls Gallery v1.3 from Dynamic Drive, Reading XML with JQuery and the latest version of jQuery JavaScript Library. Here is the structure of my project. You are welcome to download this demo.

Figure 2

Project Structure

Putting everything together

First, add a Web User Control to the project and create public properties and methods to allow interaction with the control at design-time or programmatically.

Listing 1

//slide div
    public string WrapperID
        get { return this.ClientID + "Div"; }


The WrapperID will return the unique id of the User Control. Every time we drop an ASP.NET User Control on to a page, it will automatically include an ID property that uniquely identifies the control. The ID value is the combination of the tagname and a number. If the tagname of the User Control is "SlideShow", the WrapperID will return SlideShow1Div, SlideShow2Div …SlideShowNDiv.

Listing 2

private int _width =728;
    public int Width
        set { this._width = value; } get { return this._width; }
    //height of the slide
    private int _height = 95;
    public int Height
        set { this._height = value; }  get { return this._height; }

Add the Width and Height properties to allow us to adjust the height and width of the div control.

Listing 3

// autoplay true|false 
    private bool _autoPlay = true;
    public bool AutoPlay
        get { return this._autoPlay; }  set { this._autoPlay = value; }

    // Show Navigation Control true|false
    private bool _showNavigation = true;
    public bool ShowNavigation
        get { return this._showNavigation; } set{ this._showNavigation = value; }

    private int _delay_btw_slide = 10000;
    /// delay between slide in miliseconds 
    public int Delay_btw_slide
        set { this._delay_btw_slide = value; }   get { return this._delay_btw_slide; }

    private int _fadeDuration = 2000;
    /// transition duration (milliseconds) 
    public int FadeDuration
        set { this._fadeDuration = value; }  get { return this._fadeDuration; }
    private int _cycles_before_stopping = 99;
    /// cycles befote stopping
    public int Cycles_before_stopping
        set { this._cycles_before_stopping = value; } get { return this._cycles_before_stopping; }

    // previous button
    private string _btnPrevious = "~/images/previous.gif";
    [Category("Appearance"), Localizable(true)]
    [Description("Previous button"), DefaultValue("~/images/previous.gif"), Bindable(true)]
    [Editor("System.Web.UI.Design.ImageUrlEditor, System.Design, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a", typeof(UITypeEditor))]    [UrlProperty]
    public string BtnPrevious
        get { return this._btnPrevious; } set { this._btnPrevious = value;}
    // Next button
    // Play button 
// Pause button 

AutoPlay - true = start the slide show automatically without pressing the play button and vice versa.

ShowNavigation - true = show the navigation control or false = hide the navigation control

Delay_btw_slide - get or set the delay between each image slide.

FadeDuration - get or set the fade duration between each slide.

Cycles_before_stopping - get or set the number of rotation before stopping the rotation. If we set 99, it will rotate 99 times and stop until we hit the play button again.

BtnPrevious, BtnNext, BtnPlay, BtnPause - get or set the image for previous, next, play and the pause button respectively. These properties accept relative URL or absolute URL path to the button images. Make sure to place the images folder at the root directory of the application if you are using relative URL.

Listing 4

//xml file
    private string _xmlSource = "~/xml/sites.xml";
    public string XMLSource
        get { return this._xmlSource; } set { this._xmlSource = value; }
    private string _xPath = "site";
    public string xPath
        get { return this._xPath; }  set { this._xPath = value; }

Add a property to get and set the XML source path. The default path is set to ~/xml/sites.xml. This property accepts relative URL or absolute URL path to the XML file. Make sure to place the XML folder at the root directory of the application if you are using relative URL. Then add another property, XPATH, to navigate through elements and attributes in the XML document.

Listing 5

void CreateScript()
        StringBuilder ssScript = new StringBuilder(string.Empty);
        string arrName = "myArray" + this.WrapperID;

        //read XML
        ssScript.Append("var " + arrName+ "= [];");
        ssScript.Append("$(document).ready(function() {");
        ssScript.Append(" $.ajax({");
        ssScript.Append("type: \"GET\",");
        ssScript.Append("url: '" + ResolveUrl(XMLSource) + "',");
        ssScript.Append("cache: true,");
        ssScript.Append("dataType: \"xml\",");
        ssScript.Append("success: function(xml) {");
        ssScript.Append("var count = 0;");
        ssScript.Append("$(xml).find('" + xPath + "').each(function() {");

        ssScript.Append(" var url = $(this).find('url').text();");
        ssScript.Append("var target = $(this).find('target').text();");
        ssScript.Append("var imageURL = $(this).find('imageURL').text();");
        ssScript.Append("var alt = $(this).find('alt').text();");

        ssScript.Append(arrName + "[parseInt(count)] = new Array(imageURL, url, target, alt); ");

        ssScript.Append(" var mygallery"+this.WrapperID+" = new simpleGallery({");
        ssScript.Append(" wrapperid: '" + this.ClientID + "_" + this.WrapperID + "',");
        ssScript.Append("dimensions: [" + Width.ToString() + ","+ Height.ToString()+"],"); //width/height of gallery in pixels. Should reflect dimensions of the images exactly
        ssScript.Append("imagearray: "+arrName+","); //array of images
        ssScript.Append("navimages: ['" + ResolveUrl(BtnPrevious) + "', '" + ResolveUrl(BtnPlay) + "', '" + ResolveUrl(BtnNext) + "', '" + ResolveUrl(BtnPause) + "'],");
        ssScript.Append("showpanel: '" + ShowNavigation.ToString().ToLower() + "',");
        ssScript.Append(" autoplay: [" + AutoPlay.ToString().ToLower() + "," + Delay_btw_slide.ToString() + "," + Cycles_before_stopping.ToString() + "],"); //[auto_play_boolean, delay_btw_slide_millisec, cycles_before_stopping_int]
        ssScript.Append(" persist: true,");
        ssScript.Append(" fadeduration:" + FadeDuration.ToString() + ","); //transition duration (milliseconds)
        ssScript.Append(" oninit: function() {"); //event that fires when gallery has initialized/ ready to run
        ssScript.Append("  },");
        ssScript.Append("  onslide: function(curslide, i) {"); //event that fires after each slide is shown
        //curslide: returns DOM reference to current slide's DIV (ie: try alert(curslide.innerHTML)
        //i: integer reflecting current image within collection being shown (0=1st image, 1=2nd etc)
        ssScript.Append("   }");
        ssScript.Append("  })");
        ssScript.Append("  }");
        ssScript.Append("   });");
        ssScript.Append(" });");

        ClientScriptManager jScript = Page.ClientScript;
        jScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(), Guid.NewGuid().ToString(), ssScript.ToString(), true);

Then add a method to render the JavaScript programmatically. The main purpose of this JavaScript is to read the slide information from the XML file into an array and initialize the slide-show properties. The key items of this JavaScript are the array variable, HTML div control and the slide-shows variable. In order to have multiple instances of the slide-shows on the page, we have to ensure that the unique ids and name are being assigned to the mentioned key items. We can utilize the WrapperID property to create a unique names and ids for each instance. Note that ResolveUrl method is being utilized so that the browser can resolve the URL of the images and XML file. The rest of the code is very straight forward; you can download the original code from Dynamic Drive to compare the changes.

Listing 6

void CreateDiv()
        System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl ssDivWrapper = new System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl("div");
        ssDivWrapper.ID = this.WrapperID;
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add("background", "white none repeat scroll 0% 0%");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Overflow, "hidden");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Position, "relative");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Visibility, "visible");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add(" -moz-background-clip", "border");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add("-moz-background-origin", "padding");
        ssDivWrapper.Style.Add("-moz-background-inline-policy", "continuous");


The CreateDiv method will generate the HTML div on the page dynamically.

Listing 7

//load the javascript
    internal void LoadJScript()
        ClientScriptManager script = Page.ClientScript;
        //prevent duplicate script
        if (!script.IsStartupScriptRegistered(this.GetType(), "JQuerySlideShowJS"))
            script.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(), "JQuerySlideShowJS",
            "<script type='text/javascript' src='" + ResolveUrl("~/SlideShowControl/js/jquery-1.3.2.min.js") + "'></script>");

        if (!script.IsStartupScriptRegistered(this.GetType(), "SimpleGalleryJS"))
            script.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(), "SimpleGalleryJS",
            "<script type='text/javascript' src='" + ResolveUrl("~/SlideShowControl/js/simplegallery.js") + "'></script>");

The purpose of the LoadJScript method is to load the jquery-1.3.2.min.js and simplegallery.js dynamically with no duplicates. With that being said, if we drag 10 slide-shows controls on to a page, it will only add the JavaScript once on to the ASP.NET page. This will help avoid unnecessarily assembling the client-side script.

I'm not going to post the whole contents of this JavaScript here but I'll list the changes that I have made.

  1. Removed the static image buttons properties from the simpleGallery_navpanel interface since the image buttons will be assigned dynamically through the CreateScript method.
  2. Modified the script to read the image buttons properties from different interface.
  3. Added logic to hide and display the navigation control through the ShowNavigation property.
  4. Added alternate text to the image buttons.


Using the Code

Listing 8

<uc1:SlideShow ID="SlideShow2" runat="server" />

Drag and drop the User Control on to the page. Here is the default setting of the User control.

Figure 3

Project Structure

Listing 9

<uc1:SlideShow ID="SlideShow5" runat="server" 
      BtnPrevious="~/images/nav-arrow-left.gif" AutoPlay="false" />

Above is an example on how to set the image buttons and AutoPlay property.

Listing 10

<uc1:SlideShow ID="SlideShow7" runat="server" XPath="site500x281"  
	Width="500" Height="281" ShowNavigation="true" 

The above example demonstrates on how to set the width, height of the HTML div control. The control is getting the images information from the 500x821.xml file and selecting the site500x281 nodes. By default, the ShowNavigation attribute is set to true.

Listing 11 - More sample usage

<uc1:SlideShow ID="SlideShow6" runat="server" BtnNext="~/images/nav-arrow-right.gif" 
		XMLSource="~/xml/120x600.xml" XPath="site120x600" 
         Width="120" Height="600" />

<uc1:SlideShow ID="SlideShow1" XPath="site120x60" Width="120" Height="60"
                        runat="server" XMLSource="~/xml/sites2.xml"  />



If you are not sure of the relative path to the images or XML file, I would suggest using absolute links. Please keep in mind that the links to the XML files have to be in the same domain, no cross-domain calls. Also, try not to place all the images information in one XML file for multiple slide-shows controls. Imagine, if we have a XML file of 50KB in size, 10 slide-shows control on the page and each of them consume the identical XML source. It will cost us 500KB bandwidths and degrade the loading speed. I hope someone will find this tutorial useful and share some thoughts with me on how to make it better.

Tested on IE 6.0/7.0/8.0, Google Chrome and Firefox


Control ID Naming in Content Pages
Control..::.ResolveUrl Method
Dynamic Drive
How to: Create Instances of ASP.NET User Controls Programmatically
How to: Set ASP.NET Server Control Properties
Page..::.IsStartupScriptRegistered Method
Reading XML with JQuery

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  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/21/2009 6:31:21 PM |


    I want to get xml file data dynamicaly rather then hard coding(as mentioned in this example XMLSource="~/xml/120x600.xml")
    Since my file is dynamic so I tried like below in page load
    SlideShow1.XMLSource = GetBanerXML();
    Here GetBanerXML() is a function which is returning xml data as we have in "120x600.xml", but it didn't work for me. It is showing blank page without any slide show

    Could you please give me some idea on it so that I can achieve it & can use this control...

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • bryian

    10/22/2009 4:30:54 PM |


    Try it with absolute link first. Instead of returning 120x600.xml, make your method to return

    Bryian Tan

  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/22/2009 8:40:42 PM |

    Hello Bryian
    I am doing so, that is I am returning data as 120x600.xml file contains using my method GetBanerXML()...
    Since I don't have xml file in my application, I just have xml content which I am getting using GetBanerXML() & I don't want to create xml file.
    I am reading xml content in page load & assigning it to XMLSource property of SlideShow1.
    But still no success.
    So this is the issue with me.
    So any idea...

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/22/2009 9:00:30 PM |

    Hello Bryian
    I am doing so, that is I am returning data as 120x600.xml file contains using my method GetBanerXML()...
    Since I don't have xml file in my application, I just have xml content which I am getting using GetBanerXML() & I don't want to create xml file.
    I am reading xml content in page load & assigning it to XMLSource property of SlideShow1.
    But still no success.
    So this is the issue with me.
    So any idea...

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • bryian

    10/25/2009 2:51:43 PM |


      Please email me your code or post it somewhere so I can help to identify the problem.



    Bryian Tan

  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/25/2009 3:49:11 PM |

    Hello Bryian

    Everything I kept as it is except XMLSource, I am assigning it in page load.
    Here is the piece of code

    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
                 SlideShow1.XMLSource = GetBanerXML();

    protected string GetBanerXML()
            string sbXML="";
            sbXML="<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8' ?>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<sites>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<url><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-comments.jpg]]></url>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<target>_new</target>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<alt>americanex</alt>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<imageURL><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-comments.jpg]]></imageURL>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</site>";

            sbXML=sbXML + "<site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<url><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-details.jpg]]></url>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<target>_new</target>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<alt>discover</alt>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<imageURL><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-details.jpg]]></imageURL>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</sites>";
            return sbXML;

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/25/2009 6:31:25 PM |

    Hello Bryian

    Below is my piece of code. I kept all the code as it is except XMLSource property. I am assigning it in page load as you can find in my code..

    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
                 SlideShow1.XMLSource = GetBanerXML();

    protected string GetBanerXML()
            string sbXML="";
            sbXML="<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8' ?>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<sites>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<url><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-comments.jpg]]></url>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<target>_new</target>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<alt>americanex</alt>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<imageURL><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-comments.jpg]]></imageURL>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</site>";

            sbXML=sbXML + "<site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<url><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-details.jpg]]></url>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<target>_new</target>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<alt>discover</alt>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "<imageURL><![CDATA[http://localhost/alideshow/images/brief-details.jpg]]></imageURL>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</site>";
            sbXML=sbXML + "</sites>";
            return sbXML;

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • Abdul Javed Khan

    10/25/2009 6:32:19 PM |

    Sorry for duplicate post.

    Abdul Javed Khan

  • bryian

    10/26/2009 5:45:03 PM |


    Sorry, I don't think that is possible at the moment. The JavaScript is expecting a link to the XML file location. The variable name "XMLSource" is kind of misleading it should be XMLPath or XMLLocation. Moving forward, I would suggest that you place the content (sbXML) into a XML file, store it somewhere, and assign that XML file location to SlideShow1.XMLSource dynamically.

    Bryian Tan

  • Denis Gilbert

    11/9/2009 12:04:21 PM |

    Hi Bryian,

       I am running in conflict between lightbox and jQuery. Actually the div are not rendered. LightBox, prototype and scriptaculous js are loaded in my head section (directly in my master page). I am using it in different pages maintly to popup nicely some images.

       I followed your implementation with the LoadJScript() method to load JQuery. I noticed on the web the  jQuery.noConflict(); but I am not sure how to use it with your implementation.

    Thanks in advance

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    11/13/2009 1:52:36 PM |


    Do you know which version of JQuery lib lightbox is using?

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  • Denis Gilbert

    11/14/2009 5:27:07 PM |

    Good day Bryian,

       JQuery is jquery-1.3.2.min and lightbox is 2.04. I don't think this is a conflict now. After I have comment-out lightbox for test, I got a javascript error.

      Error is in this section of simplegallery.js:    addnavpanel: function(setting) {
    with this line:

            setting.$navpanel = $('<div class="navpanellayer"></div>')
          .css({ position: 'absolute', width: '100%', height: setting.panelheight, left: 0, top: setting.dimensions[1], font: simpleGallery_navpanel.panel.fontStyle, zIndex: '1001' })

    I am using IE 8. I went in debug in VS 2008 and I dont see $navpanel in the setting object.

    Any Idea ?

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    11/16/2009 8:05:51 AM |


    What in the error message? Can you provide a link to your website?

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    11/19/2009 2:10:20 PM |

    Hi Bryian,

      The message is: Microsoft JScript execution error: This object is not managed on this property or this method.

    If I am trying to inspect: setting.$navpanel the debugger say it is undefined

    This part of my site is not in production. I cannot deploy elsewhere to show you the error directly. Here is the link if you want to see it without your code:


  • Denis Gilbert

    11/19/2009 2:34:30 PM |

    Hi Bryian,

        I made it work!  I probably did not use jQuery.noConflict() correctly. So I am back to the previous problem where I had a conflict with prototype.js Can you provide a version of simpleQuery.js and the void CreateScript() method that will not be in conflict ? From my understanding, I need to change all $ by JQuery but I am not quite sure how to do it properly.


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