I'm new to jQuery and I recently encounter this problem: ePC.html = contain an image with lightbox effect (work with IE, Chrome, Firefox). reviews.html = Our home page. connect to scripts/script.js.(Contain the .load() function, loading ePhone.html or ePC.html by clicking on one of those 3 links). Ignore "ePhone.html". Below is the scripts/script.js file:
I am creating a site whereby advertisers can create adverts. One of the options is to view a preview of their advert. I currently open a new window to display this preview page. I would prefer to keep the user within one window at all times to avoid confusion of multiple windows and therefore was wondering if there is a way to display this preview page as an overlay similar to how lightbox displays images? I am currently using jquery lightbox to display some images and also jquery for other elements of the site such as tabs.
I'm using two scripts on one page, one for a Lightbox gallery effect: <body onload="MM_preloadImages('images/contact_over.gif','images/about_over.gif');initLightbox()">
But adding the Lightbox script breaks my DIV fade-in: [URL]. I have the display:none removed from the style for the offending DIV for the time being, so this page will even work. How can I utilize both the fade-in script and use the LightBox gallery script at the same time?
I am trying to use this JQuery Loupe effect to magnify small images on mouseover, but would like to be able to click on those magnified images to open a lightbox or to link to another page, but I can't seem to make it work!!
Im having a bit of trouble with the bounce show effect from jquery ui. To see what I mean, check out my development site. Anytime you modify a part in this computer builder, the rigth side gets updated. Right now its removing and adding list items. Problem is when click items too fast, the animation doesnt finish and the next item gets bumped lower and lower.
I have a question, I'm developing my own LightBox with jQuery, and I call 2 function, animate and fadeIn and both of them work with the same element, fadeIn also with 2 elements more, but this isn't problem. And fadeIn I call before animate and here is the issue, it starts animate this element by fadeIn and after it is done, start function animate. But in second part, I call it again, and the element, which I animate in both of them, can't animate by fadeIn because he is visible, so immediately start function animate.
I need a lightbox or similar looking application that will work with an image map. I have a sales territory map and I want users to be able to either mouseover or click a particular section of the map and have some type of window open that will have the contact info for the sales person in that area. I would prefer to have an actual html page load in the window. Is this possible and if so do you know of a script I can use?
how to have a lightbox-like pop up in my webpage (not a seperate window) and they have 2 options. Option 1 just closes the box and goes to the page, and option 2 opens a new tab or window, and at the same time just closes the box so visitors can continue browsing the original site.
Can anyone refer me to a site that demonstrates printing from a lightbox? I'm not looking for a site that explains how to print from a lightbox. I'm looking for a site that does printing from a lightbox.
Context: I think that a lightbox would be a good solution for some browser compatibility problems in my client's user interface. The information I need to display in the lightbox is a certificate which the user will print. For a lightbox plugin to be useful, I must be able to (1) print the contents of the lightbox, not the whole screen, and (2) show my client how the concept works.
I was originally planning to recommend Shadowbox until I realized that printing was a problem. I've found instructions for printing from Shadowbox, but no examples, which puts me in the position of having to do all of the implementation work before I can produce a demo that will enable my client to decide whether they want me to do it or not.
I'd still be happy to use Shadowbox if it meets my needs. I'd be happy to use anything else that meets my needs, too. I need a lightbox that can display an HTML page or (ideally) a PDF, not just an image file. Printing doesn't have to be started from the browser's menu; it can be started from a special button in the lightbox frame. (Shadowbox works that way.)
I want to use a jQuery Lightbox for our new Web Site. I would like to have one lightbox where there is a large text sidebar on the right side describing the project represented by the slideshow. I would also like to style the text in the text box with Web Fonts if possible
I'm using slimbox 2, a lightbox that is jquery based. It works ok in Coda locally on my copmputer but when I upload to the web, the lightbox opens to the right of the screen (mostly off to the side of the screen). This has happened with a couple different lightbox scripts I've tried. I am not sure what the conflict is in my css that is causing this.