Photo Gallery - When The User Clicks On A Thumbnail The Image Displays
Feb 24, 2009
when the user clicks on a thumbnail the image displays. I actually managed to make this work with just two images, but wasn't sure how to make the script work with, say 6 images. Anyway this is what I have so far:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
I have a page, which is actually a photo gallery with a table having 3 rows. First row shows the full screen size pic. Second row displays the Caption of that image and third row shows thumbnail view of six different images and the previous and next button.this is the sample layout:
<table> <tr> <td colspan=8>
My requirement is whenever the user click on the thumbnail view, which is in the 3rd row, the corresponding full screen size pic should open in 1st row of the table.As my photo gallery should be having more than 6 pics, lets take 20 pics, I want to show only 6 thumbnails in 3rd row at a time. Whenever user press "Next" button the 3rd row having 6 thumbnails should show other 6 thumbnails and previous button should show previous 6 thumbnails.
I'm trying to tweak in order to fulfill my specific needs. What I like about it is that the thumbnail gets created automatically by using the actual big picture as a background image. The problem I'm having at the moment is with activating the new big image. I get to the point where I reset visibility for all and can't figure our how to make the new one visible. It's straightforward for the thumbnail because it uses the word this, but I can't use "i" to control which big image becomes visible because "i" has already run to the end (=6).
HI'm have set up a gallery site, pretty standard stuff with thumbnails to the right and big image to the left. I would like to add a fade in on the big image when the thumbnail is clicked and don't really know how to implement it.The big images are contained in a div called <#left> while the thumbs are within a div called <div class="gallery">
am just about at wits end, and I am hoping someone here will be able to assist. I've searched and searched and have come close but to no avail. I found a nice image gallery code from "David's Kitchen" http://monc.se/kitchen/80/lightweight-image-gallery-with-thumbnails and have tweaked it to eactly what I wanted, however, I want to add an image caption of the alternate image text below the active picture. I've tried everything I could think of (with my limited knowledge) with no successHere is the code I have:
I have a page that contains thumbnails for a photo gallery. On this page is a link to upload more images. When you click the link a modal opens that contains an upload form (jquery colorbox in an iframe) which will allow you to upload one image (plus its name, caption, etc) at a time using PHP. When the form is submitted the image uploads and the page refreshes in the modal to allow for more uploads.
Since this modal is sitting on top of the existing gallery thumbnails I'd really like for the user to see the new thumbnail added to the page after it's uploaded.
I've found a post regarding this issue but it's a little bit different this time.So I've created a .php script which creates some galleries where users can click them and browse their respective photos. It works like a charm in Chrome and FireFox, but IE doesn't like it.With this code:
When I click on the gallery thumb it should open the first photo in fancybox and browsing through the gallery should by peanuts. And it is, but with IE just opens the .jpg in a blank page without fancybox. The strange thing is I've used the same script approach in another website and the fancybox works just fine with IE too. So why doesn't in this case?
I am trying to pop-up a window when the user clicks on an image. The problem is that when the user clicks on the image and the window pops up OK, but the window underneath also proceeds to the image. The desired behavior is that when the pop-up is invoked, I want the underlying window to stay put. Code:
It's actually working very well so far, except for one thing: I want the t-shirt option that the user selects to link the user to the design tool. The "gallery" already has an image for each possible option that displays whenever the user selects a combination, but I want to make that image is a clickable link.
I am creating a grid of thumbnails. When a user hovers over a thumbnail, the image enlarges. The *trick* is, I want the "active area" to only be the size of the thumbnail. That is, the thumbnails are 180x120, and when the mouse leaves that area, I want the large image to shrink back to normal size.
I have a working demo here:[url]
The way I accomplished this feels hacky though, and I's like to know if there's a simpler/more elegant way to accomplish it. The thumbs are an unordered list of images.
In essence, I add an overlay div over each thumbnail which acts as the trigger to shrink the enlarged image. I thought I could use the parent <li>, as it doesn't appear to expand with the image (since I've set its size in my CSS) but that didn't work.
I've been looking for an "Ajax CMS" but decided to learn jQuery to learn how to code it myself in order to earn some geek-girl cred among my male colleagues. I've learn a lot about jQuery in a week but as you can imagine I still have a lot to learn.
I have successfully animated an image (move to the left and increase opacity) when the mouse hovers a div and reset the image (move it back to its original position and reset the opacity) when the mouse move outside the div. So far so good...
Here comes the question: What I need to do -and don't know how to - is when the user clicks on the div the image should stay in the hover position while still being able to hover any other divs and activate the animation normally.
When a different div is clicked the previous "Clicked" div should return (animate) to its original position and the new "Clicked" div should stay in the hover position. Content will be loaded when the divs are clicked but there won't be page refresh since I'm loading the content by using the load funtion of jQuery.
I have put on my site a photo gallery and at the right a nav menu. This menu has a red dot visible want someone is passing over one item or clickong one item.
I want to make two things in this page (the sameone http://www.danieldesjardins.com/gallery/1202015) so it would be like a want. If you can help a would appriciate. I'm a beginner i copy CSS from exemple and put them in my page... But whent it comes to do simple more with it ...i'm very limited.
The first thing is how can a get ride of the selection borber around the photo a have clicked.
The second thing is : every photo is from from one itme of my nav menu at the right. This menu as a When someboby select a picture in the gallery, i would like to get the corresponding item menu hover a the same time.
The third is ... i want to put the clickable mini photo under the big photo......
I am currently trying to create a thumbnail gallery that when you select a thumbnail, it loads associated thumbnails specific to that image for alternate views. I have the base of the thumbnail gallery created (click thumbnail + view larger image). I am however having issues getting it to load the associated sub images. I have the default one working for when the page is initially loaded, but it is not properly swapping out the urls for the new images, so it always uses the same three sub images.Here is the jquery code I am using:
I've been looking for a gallery that interacts with a ligthbox and I can't seem to locate one to my needs. It either is a good gallery with a lame lightbox implementation or vice-versa. very spiffy prototypish gallery carousal type with a lightbox implementation?
I recently asked here about flash software for creating a gallery for my photoblog, but I now relaise I want something that's probably far more straight forward (I hope).What I want is for the first image in a set to load when the user clicks a category link (say Landscapes, for instance). Somewhere alongside the image will be a list of numbers or titles which, when hovered over with the mouse cursor, will change the image to the next in the set. Here's an example of exactly what I want:
Hover over 'photographs >> homes at night >> houses' to get to one of the galleries.
Currently I'm looking at smooth scrolling Js scripts for thumb images which can be altered to accomodate needs. I found one here [URL] that has some desirable effects but has no navi buttons.Would it be sensible to alter and point the hovering mouse scroll function to buttons, or would it be a better to keep looking for exactly the right script? The 2 identical scrollers on this page are the look I want but these are flash;