JQuery :: No More Lightbox Effect Using Load() Function?
Jan 7, 2011
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 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 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!!
I want the website to show a lighbox with video started as soon as it is loaded. I should also have an option to close the video. <input id="gwProxy" type="hidden"><input onclick="jsCall();" id="jsProxy" type="hidden"><div id="refHTML"> </div>
i have div which is display:hide, now when i click on anchor link it set display:block, now i need help with jquery to use effect when showing that div, but i need to do that without .click on that anchor.
I got this working in chrome and was happy until I got to check out IE8! Enough said about that.The code I have now will work (in both chrome and IE8) if I manually set the height and width of the image but I cannot get them dynamically, for instance if images have different sizes, I've been trying for a while now but cannot get anywhere with it.The code I am currently using (of my own creation) is;
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
overlapviewer.js prototype.js scriptaculous.js lightbox.js and vnu_datestamp.js
I have no problem with the datestamp. It runs pretty well anywhere because it's a link/rel to the actual js file. Prototype, Scriptalicious and Lightbox all work too. I can't get jquery and the overlapviewer to function. This is a pretty basic script. It allows a jpg or gif to "pop into" the page when hovering over a selected linked portion of text.
I've used it on dozens of other pages and never had a problem except img src errors in my tagging, but I've never tried to put it on the same page with the lightbox. Everything loads in the <head> and I've been over the scripts themselves trying ot find conflicting code, but unsuccessfully.
I have been following a tutorial for an image gallery, i can upload images and use gd to create thumbnails that when clicked display the full sized image, but the full sized image is to big to fit in my design, i have managed to get the rel="lightbox" attached to the thumbnails as they are displayed but it wont load the full image, the loading ring just keeps going round, does anybody know how to fix this? is it even possible.
I need to have a page wait till the entire thing is loaded before the user interacts with it. I would like for it to do a lightbox styled grey box over it or even something like plesk does where it fades out the background (same effect really) until the page has loaded
I have the following code to load some pages into a div using the load function. When I click one of the links though, nothing happens. I have read a couple of books on JQuery and looking at the examples they give, this looks correct so I am at a loss.
I've set up a jsfiddle here [URL]I've been working to reduce my problem to the basics, the end application is a bit more complex and I'm pulling data into the array dynamically using a query from our BI tool.
I'm trying to get the hidden div's to show/animate using the mousedown on the outer DIV. The second example (Belknap2) works (just click the div) because I've typed the code into the mouseover (which is the same text which the variable x results in).
When I try to make this a bit more dynamic, e.g., by calling the variable rather than typing the expression into the mouseover in the first example, it doesn't run.