Recently, I've tried to use FancyBox (a zooming lightbox script - affects every image link of a given parent id) on a page where contents are loaded dynamically with jquery.
I init fancybox at the loading of the needed section - then, I click on the image link, fancybox's darker overlay appears for a sec, but then the target image itself loads (as if no script would be there). As it seems, FB was initalized, but is somehow not working... js debug shows nothing wrong.
Since the whole page is loaded dynamically with jquery, I can't really separate the problem - the script is working good when it's in static context. Before, I used a quite similar script FancyZoom, that worked without problem...
I've uploaded a working template below, if someone could give it a quick peek: [url] (on the site click the green, then the purple rectangle. the init can be found in js/script.js, in InitThree function)
I'm using a Lightbox script in the "Work" section of my personal portfolio site. When I click on a thumbnail image, the script launches and everything loads perfectly - except for the fact that it loads about 1/4 of the way down the page instead of flush with the top of the browser window. Here's the whole damn thing. code...
I have a lightbox I'm installing for an image gallery. The lightbox uses the technique where when you hover over the image and click, it goes to Prev or Next image, thereby disabling the ability to Right Click and "Save Image as...". These are images that our clients use and need to be able to download though. So, I thought I'd add buttons into the lightbox to give the download option (also more obvious for the less web savvy).
I've managed to get the buttons to show up in the lightbox, but cannot figure out how to pass the correct image from the HTML into the button for the download(they'll be .zip files). With every Prev or Next click, there is a new image and therefore a new download (actually two as we have low rez and hi rez download options).
Here is the actual page
Currently, I have Lightbox 2 working in the classical way, i.e. a link to an image (in my case it is a script, i.e. photo.php?id=123) with a rel="lightbox" attribute.I would like Lightbox to add *by itself* a parameter to the picture URL, so that photo.php?id=123 becomes for example photo.php?id=123&viewer=lightboxAgain, Lightbox should add the parameter by itself, I do not want to put that parameter in the page from which Lightbox is called.
I have a problem on a Wordpress website: I gave certain pictures (as elements of the layout) rounded corners with a jQuery plugin. Some posted pictures I want to load with Lightbox (or similar). I have used several different Lightbox plugins for Wordpress (Lightbox 2, jQuery Lightbox, Simple Lightbox etc. etc.) but none of them work. I got some weird version of GreyBox working but FireFox gives an error every time before opening it so that's real shady code. As you can see on this page is that I include jQuery for the rounded corners at first but then the Lightbox plugin automatically adds it's own version of jQuery and they cancel each other out. I know for a fact this is the problem because I 'lose' the rounded corners as soon as I turn ON the Lightbox plugin. Once that is turned off the nice rounded corners show again. I tried several different plugins, changing the order of the jQuery code around, making both the rounded corners plugin and Lightbox rely on one single jQuery statement. Nothing has worked so far.
I'm having difficulty loading images via Ajax on a site that I've been working on.I'm performing the ajax by using the Request.HTML object of the MooTools framework. Basically, I'm just passing some parameters to a php script which outputs some image tags and then I insert that HTML into a pre-defined content div. For some reason though, it seems that big images don't seem to load consistently when using this technique. Usually, they will just show up as broken images, but when I navigate to the url of the image that is 'broken', it displays just fine. Also, occasionally after navigating to the actual url of the image, my browser will cache the image and then it will display just fine when loading it through Ajax.
I am using the Lightbox plugin for a gallery page. On the live site two of the images I added after I built the original gallery WILL NOT LOAD/SHOW on the lightbox! I cannot find any errors/discrepancies in my coding, and the previews (using Dreamweaver) in several browsers work FINE.
I have deleted and re-put the entire site from scratch, but still no success.
What am I missing?
Here is the page -- the uncooperative images are towards the end of the gallery (images 35 and 38): Cadogan Gardens - Creative Landscapes garden design landscaping in Melbourne Victoria
Im having an issue with images loaded dynamically, in the page I have a "read more" button at the bottom of the page that loads more post on the page and the images that are in those dynamically loaded post lightbox doesnt work if I refresh the page then lightbox works. know it can be done, like in facebook when I click on "Older post" the images loaded dynamically works.
i have i am using a jquery.lightbox-0.5.css does anyone knows how can i specify so that when the lightbox pops up keeps the all the images or at least the lightbox of the image on the same size because when it pops ups dpending on the image some of them are huge they just ocupied the whole screen??
I have a slideshow that gathers images from a database. I've been trying to set it up to where it extracts the IMG SRC accordingly so when I click on the image, the lightbox shows the corresponding image. But no luck thus far.
Here's what I mean:
How can I extract the current "s.src" parameter and use it on the "img src" tag to display the image accordingly?
It's for a photo gallery like this http:[url].....php but the one I need it for has 100 images so the page loads much slower. I can't just put the loading gif behind the images (as you would normaly) because you can see it with each image fade in and out. how I can have a loading gif show "only" while the images are initially loading, and then it goes away?
I feel like a complete fool! I should know the answer to the Q:
How do I load an image with JS and replace the default image?
I am currently using the scrollable jquery plugin to scroll some images of thumbnails in a gallery. What I'm trying to do now, is figure out how to load the large version of those thumbnails into a div when they are clicked.
Here is a link to the webpage where the source can be viewed. [URL]
I want to pre-load images for my gallery, but I'm not sure of the best way to go about it. Currently, I have php code that generates thumbnail images on page load and while this works fine, it at times can be very time consuming. For reference, below is my php code. how I could/should pre-load images?
I have some rollover images on my website, and they don't switch until the page is finished loading.Is this standard? Is there a way to have the rollovers work when the page is still in the process of loading all the images?
In my website I constructed a script that changes the image.sources of several images. The changes are made by calling a JS-function. The function is invoked by selecting an option in an html-form. In my second post below I pasted the code.
The problem is that each time the images are changed the browser starts to load them all again, although all images were PRELOADED in the <head> section of my HTML page. It takes time every time a user invokes image changings, and also the visual effects are worsened. How can I prevent the browser from loading the images again each time?