I am using Lightbox v2.04 with ASP.Net 2008. The issue i am finding is that the images that are controlled by the java script are not loading if the page is in a sub folder. I have my main folder that contains a folder for my java script folder, a folder for my images, and a folder that contains some pages.
This is the code in the lightbox.js file that i believe may be the cause.
I am looking to build a slideshow (basic, with next/previous options, e.g jquery cycle) but I would like it to get the images from a specific folder. So, whenever I want the slideshow updated, I would simply drop the files in a folder and that would do it.
Would this require a php script? If yes, direct me to somewhere to find out more...Or if there are other ways.
Originally I had the following code. What it does is for a user to type the folder name of their choice and then after clicking submit a window will pop open and they will be taken to "C:folder" (assuming the user typed "folder" and such a folder existed). Here is the code in case I wasn't clear.
I'm not to sure if this is a bug or not, but for some reason the jquery setup I am using does not load images when you have the images placed in a sub folder. The setup is a simple content switcher, and it is a combination of fadeOut, .load and fadeIn.[URL]... If you click on Refresh01, it will load and fadeIn the page, which says "TEST01 TEST01.........." great! But an image should have been displayed too.
I am trying to get images to load randomly into 4 different divs on my page from the same source folder. However I do not want any repeats in any of the 4 boxes. Is there a code to do this? I have looked all over and can only find random image load for one location and doesn't register if the image has been loaded in a previous div yet or not
What I have is a site with about 10 pictures, each of these pictures needs to be randomly pulled from folders, each picture slot will have its own folder, due to it being categorized. When the picture is clicked i need it to open a new page with the document associated to the picture. Is there a way to do this without having to rewrite the code every time? Because as there are new documents added at the end of each week.Unfortunately the server I use doesn't support PHP, but if it has to be done in PHP I can switch.Like I said though I haven't messed around with web design in a long time
I am now able to list the folders and files in a directory. However, when I try to pass the values into another function to open the folder/file, I encounter an error saying object expected. I'm guessing that its the in the file paths that is causing the error. so my solution is to find the and replace it with a \ before passing it to the function to open the file. but the str.replace("\","\\") does not seem to work.
I have four folders and each folder has one images, let say ( images-one.jpg, images-two.jpg, images-three.jpg, images-four.jpg). now,in index.php page there are four buttons, each buttons for each images. if i clicked button numer two for images-two.jpg, and then it will show that images name from that folder in index.php page. and then if i reload same index.php page or refreshed same page, i want to show SAME images that I clicked before which is images-two.jpg. how can i write that code to show images from four files, each files are in each folder.
What I'm looking to do is have a folder of images that I have show up on my website.I'm also looking to pull from this folder up to 6 or 7 times on the same page w/ randomized pictures that do not repeat.Finally, I'm looking to be able to size and name these images based on which image randomly pulls. b/c it's not grabbing the images.
I am trying to make different images hover over a table of sliced images when you mouse over a particular image. ex. mouse over image 1 = have image 1.1 hover over entire table of images in spot A; mouse over image 2 = have image 2.2 hover over entire table of images in spot B....ect. what i have so far only allows me to mouse over image 1 and have image 1.1 hover over entire table in spot A. Any time i try to move forward with more div's on other images it just jacks everything up.
i used setTimeout() function in my image gallery to scroll images , i used setTimeout("myfunction()",1) in my script. Now my image gallery is working properly but problem is that the speed of scrolling images if normal in firefox, but in internet explorer it is slow, and in google chrome it is very fast , Sir how to resolve this problem
I am trying to incorporate Lightbox2's image gallery script into my site but I'm having difficulty.Here's where I'm accessing the script from: http:[url]....
I'm trying to open a div that holds several images when the user clicks on a link. Each clicked link will open the div and display a specific pic. Plus each time a link is clicked the div should close before opening the div with the appropriate pic. Since I'm new to jquery I'm a bit lost on this one.
My requirement: Each time a visitor arrives at a specific webpage i want the main image on the page to be different, or more specifically, one of 6 images which will be shown in rotation. Solution: Set a cookie. Each time the visitor access the page read the cookie and display the corresponding image. Then increment the value and rewrite the cookie, so that next time they'll see the next image in sequence. NB: if the cookie does not exist (first timer) or is at 6, then the value is set to zero (and then incremented).
Problem: Can't get my coding to work. Specifically it just doesn't do anything - no error message, no cookie written. I'm a very novice scripter, as in I've cobbled the coding together from bits off the net that i think i've managed to grasp some kind of an understanding of. Very suck it and see - so far lots of sucking and no seeing!