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asp.net fancybox load image bug
Because you are just sending down a byte array and aren't telling the browser what it is. protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { byte[] a = Common.GetImage(); Response.BinaryWrite(a); } Try adding: Response.ContentType = "image/jpeg"; Before you call Response.BinaryWrite Edit: FYI, I usually also call Response.Clear() before writing out the image, and then Response.End after. So: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { Response.Clear(); byte[] a = Common.GetImage(); Response.BinaryWrite(a); Response.End(); } Why? Just to make sure ASP.NET doesn't have any other junk it's sending down to the browser that might confuse it.

Categories : C#

Why open site inside fancybox div? using wordpress easy fancybox
Easy fancybox uses fancybox v1.3.4 and that version has a bug using inline content. You would need to patch your fancybox script with this workaround : $(".fancybox").fancybox({ 'onCleanup': function() { var myContent = this.href; $(myContent).unwrap(); } }); ... or visit the support forum and tell the plugin developer what I said in this post ;) ... not sure if he already has a new release with the patch.

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox - cannot open image in the Fancybox window
The problem in your case is that your URL pattern is not identified by fancyBox. You should explicitly specify it in your options: $('.fancybox').fancybox({type:'image'});

Categories : Javascript

Load PHP via Ajax in fancybox
Try this: For the link (HTML) <a id="fancybox_ajax" href="overlay.php"></a> For the fancybox's setup:(JS) $("#fancybox_ajax").fancybox({ scrolling : 'no', width : '100%', fitToView : true, closeBtn : false, padding : 0, margin : 20, locked : false, scrollOutside : false, closeClick : false, helpers : { overlay : { closeClick: false, locked: true}, }, //This is what you have to add ajax : { type : "POST", //This is optional if you want to pass some data data : 'key=value' } }); Good luck! ^^

Categories : PHP

run Fancybox after jQuery load
You need event delegation since this anchor is being loaded in dynamically, bind the click event to an element that already exists: $(document).on('click', '.fancy', function() { //do stuff });

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox for Wordpress - dynamically resize width based on content
You have several handlers to flip from one pop-up to another like $("#popup4-BA").slideDown("slow"); Try adding the fancybox (v1.3.4) method $.fancybox.resize() after completing the animation like $("#popup4-BA").slideDown("slow", function(){ $.fancybox.resize(); }); ... you may need to do this in every handler. Some Notes: you first pop-up has a fixed width so you may need to try removing it and set the css width property to auto. since you are using fancybox v1.3.4 with inline content, you need to be aware of this BUG and workaround.

Categories : Wordpress

Fancybox-rails gem does not load assets
Your question is a bit unclear, I'm not well versed in fancy box but rather the assets pipeline. Go to your vendor directory and search for the assets there. if they don't exist manually place them in there. If everything seems correct in your assets directory then it sounds like you need to precompile your assets for production. bundle exec run rake assets:precompile

Categories : Ruby On Rails

fancybox can't open on page load
You can simplify your code starting from the html and open youtube videos in embed mode : <p><a id="yt" title="" href="http://www.youtube.com/embed/3l8MwU0IjMI?wmode=opaque&amp;fs=1&amp;autoplay=1"></a></p> then your fancybox code could be as simple as $(document).ready(function () { $("#yt").fancybox({ 'padding': 0, 'width': 680, 'height': 495, 'type': 'iframe' // using embed mode }).trigger("click"); }); See JSFIDDLE

Categories : Javascript

Why does the colorpicker js not load with fancybox modal?
Figured it out You must use afterLoad callback function. Heres the working example... http://jsfiddle.net/22Tre/5/ $(document).ready(function () { $(".fancybox").fancybox({ 'afterLoad': function () { $("#colorpicker").spectrum({ color: 'rgba(255, 251, 204, 0.8)' }); }, helpers: { overlay: { css: { 'background': 'rgba(255, 251, 204, 0.8)' } } } }); });

Categories : Jquery

Load fancybox content inside div?
You may not need fancybox for that but create your own customized script. Just for fun, with an html like this <a class="myfancy" href="http://jsfiddle.net/">show my content in div</a> <div id="targetContent"> <a id="myClose" href="javascript:;">X</a> <iframe id="targetIframe"></iframe> </div> use some CSS to hide the #targetContent like #targetContent { position: relative; display: none; width: 500px; height: 350px; overflow: visible; background-color: #fff; } and style your close button #myClose the way you need it. Also set the basic CSS for the iframe like #targetIframe { width: 100%; height: 100%; border: 0 none; } Then use this code to bind all your selectors to their specific ev

Categories : Jquery

How do you get data of image on click of each fancybox gallery image?
If you want to access the URL, the image's src and the hidden input of each clicked element, then you need to use $(this.element) within the fancybox callback (you could rather use beforeShow instead of afterLoad) so : $(".fancybox").attr('rel', 'gallery').fancybox({ beforeShow: function () { if (this.title) { var src = this.href; // same as $('.fancybox-image').attr('src'); var content = $(this.element).find('.perma_link').val(); var textContent = this.title; // same as $(this.element).attr("title"); before you modify it using this.title += var image = $(this.element).find('img').attr('src'); // this is the URL of the thumbnail var imageAlt = $(this.element).find('img').attr('alt'); // validate each retu

Categories : Javascript

Randomize array for wordpress featured image
This plugin/function appears to do what you are looking for, but in a slightly different way. Perhaps it will help. http://stcroixsolution.com/auto-feature-plugi/

Categories : Arrays

How to load local href directly to fancybox without using iframe?
You could use .load() to insert the form in an existing (hidden) div and then display it in fancybox as inline content .... something like : the html <a class="fancybox" href="external_form.html">display form</a> <div id="formPlaceHolder" style="display: none"></div> the jQuery jQuery(document).ready(function ($) { $(".fancybox").on("click", function (e) { e.preventDefault(); $('#formPlaceHolder').load("" + this.href + "", function () { $.fancybox(this, { // fancybox API options here }); }); // load }); // on click }); // ready Eventually, you could use the afterClose callback to remove the form from the DOM after it has been submitted like : afterClose: function(){ $('#formPlace

Categories : Jquery

SDWebimage to load image in custom UITableViewCell, but when scroll the image load in other cell random
Your table cells are being reused as you scroll. This means that when the image load finishes, the cell might not "belong" to the original URL anymore. What you should do is set the image to nil in tableView:cellForRowAtIndexPath: to clear out any reused images and then then cancel any pending requests in tableView:didEndDisplayingCell:, however this doesn't make efficient use of network bandwidth. A better approach would be to move your image loading code into the table controller (using SDWebImageManager) and have it wait to look up the proper cell once the image has finished loading.

Categories : IOS

How to resize Fancybox after the image changes
I don't know exactly what your code does but if I pull the image directly into fancybox instead of populating a span tag (formatting span tags has its drawbacks by the way), the image is displayed correctly. Since you are already using jQuery (with fancybox) this ajax code (without needing the onclick attribute) does the trick too : jQuery(function($) { $(".fancybox").on("click", function(){ $.ajax({ type: "GET", cache: false, url: "returnImage.php", success: function(data) { $.fancybox(data,{ helpers: { title: { type: 'float' } }, autoSize: true }); } }); // ajax return false; }); // on }); // ready with this html of course <a class="fancybox" href="#t

Categories : Javascript

Get current image name/src in Fancybox 2
OR, you just use this.href / $.fancybox.current.href if you want to know the current link (works for any content type) - http://jsfiddle.net/sGaAW/2/ $(".fancybox_share") .attr('rel', 'gallery') .fancybox({ afterShow: function () { console.log( this.href ); // OR console.log( $.fancybox.current.href ); } });

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox image hidden after click
I hope I understood, what your problem is. I cleaned it up a little and I hope i fixed your problem :) <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" /> <title>FancyBox Gallery Test</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="inc/css/style.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="inc/js/fancybox/jquery.fancybox.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="inc/js/fancybox/helpers/jquery.fancybox-buttons.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="inc/js/fancybox/helpers/jquery.fancybox-thumbs.css" /> </head> <body> <div class="gallery" style="text-align:center;"> <ul> <li><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery1" href="inc/imj/uye/Mu

Categories : Jquery

how to add text below image on fancybox plugin?
You add it in title attribute of the link. Clearly you haven't read the documentation. <a class="fancybox" rel="gallery1" href="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5471/9036958611_fa1bb7f827_b.jpg" title="Westfield Waterfalls - Middletown CT Lower (Graham_CS)"> <img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5471/9036958611_fa1bb7f827_m.jpg" alt="" /> </a>

Categories : Jquery

Is it possible to add fancybox to portfoliojs image gallery?
This is what I would do. Having an html like this : <div id="gallery"> <img src="images/01.jpg" alt=""/> <img src="images/02.jpg" alt=""/> </div> where src attribute points to the image to be shown in fancybox, use this code : var images = []; $("#gallery").find("img").each(function(i){ images[i] = $(this).attr("src"); $(this).bind("click", function(){ $.fancybox(images,{ index: i }); }) }); See JSFIDDLE NOTE: You could use .on() (preferred) instead of .bind() : $(this).on("click", function(){ ... it requires jQuery 1.7+ though. See updated JSFIDDLE

Categories : Javascript

Fancybox & carouFredSel: fancybox appears but is overlaid with grey background
I had to create on complete callback and there set element's opasity: $(element).fancybox({ cyclic : true, opacity: true, overlayOpacity: 0.9, zoomSpeedIn: 1000, onStart : function() { $('#carousel').trigger("pause"); }, onClosed: function() { $('#carousel').trigger("play"); }, onComplete: function(){ $('#fancybox-wrap').css('margin-top', '-50px') var fb = $("#fancybox-content") $(fb).css({'opacity': '1', 'height': '520px'}) } });

Categories : Javascript

Fancybox Image Gallery doesn't work. Can anyone help, please?
I see a few problems with your tries but the $('a.photogallery').fancybox(); should have worked. Here is what I did that worked: $(function() { $('a.photogallery').fancybox({ type: 'image', padding: 0, scrolling: 'no', helpers : { overlay: { css: {'background-color': '#000'}, opacity: 0.3 }, title : { type : 'inside' } } }); }); And a fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/fstreamz/2qcUs/1/ Note: I'm using 2.0.4 as the resource in fiddle. I would check your js/css paths and make sure everything is being included that you assume is as well as the console for errors.

Categories : Javascript

displaying image/text gallery with Fancybox 2
You cannot have several elements sharing the same ID #popuptext since IDs should be unique. You actually need to assign a different ID to each page and a link targeting to each different selector (ID) so you could do : <a class="fancybox" href="#page1" rel="gallery"><img src="galleryimage.jpg" alt=""/></a> <div style="display: none"> <a class="fancybox" href="#page2" rel="gallery"></a> <a class="fancybox" href="#page3" rel="gallery"></a> <div id="page1">page 1 text lorem ipsum</div> <div id="page2">page 2 content and more content</div> <div id="page3">page 3 text blah, blah, blah</div> </div> The first link (with image thumbnail) will open the gallery. The other links don't

Categories : Jquery

How to not show the first image when you open the gallery - Fancybox 2
If the first image is not going to be included in the fancybox gallery, then it doesn't need to have the fancybox class since it will be used to fire the fancybox gallery only. You could use a different class (e.g. fancyboxLauncher) <a class="fancyboxLauncher" href="http://fancyapps.com/fancybox/demo/1_b.jpg" title="one"><img src="http://fancyapps.com/fancybox/demo/1_s.jpg" alt="" /></a> ... and bind a click event to it like : $(".fancyboxLauncher").on("click", function(){ $(".fancybox").eq(0).trigger("click"); return false; }); ... notice that we used the method .eq(0) to fire the gallery from the first item, otherwise it will start from the last. Also notice that .on() requires jQuery v1.7+ You still need this code for the fancybox gallery $(".fancybox

Categories : Jquery

Shortcode for making an image open in a fancybox (PHP)
The fancy term you are looking for is Regular Expressions. These can be used to check for patterns inside a string, and also to replace (parts of) one string with something else. For your example, something like this will work: $result = preg_replace("/[(.+)]/", '<a class="fancybox" title="2009 Four Winns 318 Vista Tour" rel="gallery1" href="$1"><img src="$1" alt="" width="200" height="200" /></a>', $input); echo $result; In this case, "[something]" is replaced by the html code you specified above. the $1 will copy the part found between the first pair of () brackets of the regexp, thus in my example case, with: "something". read more about preg_replace I'd suggest reading up on regular expressions, as there is very much possible using them. They can be very confus

Categories : PHP

Custom width and height on fancybox image
A simpler way is to change the size of both, the fancybox opened image AND the fancybox parent container using the beforeShow callback like : $(".fancybox").fancybox({ fitToView: false, // avoids scaling the image to fit in the viewport beforeShow: function () { // set size to (fancybox) img $(".fancybox-image").css({ "width": 800, "height": 600 }); // set size for parent container this.width = 800; this.height = 600; } }); See JSFIDDLE NOTE : this is for fancybox v2.x+ EDIT (April 2014) : With the current version of fancybox (v2.1.5 as today), it's not necessary to apply css rules to the .fancybox-image selector since images are now set to be responsive (max-width: 100%;). this.width and this.heigh

Categories : Jquery

jQuery UI and fancybox issue: Jumps to top after open fancybox
The problem is that fancyBox changes the overflow value of the body in order to hide the browser scrollbars. This can actually be done with a helper in Fancybox 2. $('.image').fancybox({ padding: 0, helpers: { overlay: { locked: false } } });

Categories : Jquery

$.fancybox.open('#home-pop'); style div onload fancybox
this worked ! $(document).ready(function () { $.fancybox({ fitToView : true, width : '100%', height : '100%', autoSize : false, closeClick : true, openEffect : 'none', closeEffect : 'none', padding : '0', margin : '0', 'href': '#home-pop' }); });

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox multiple image gallery within 1 link click
Here is an example and working fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/AwRk2/1/ Ver 1.3.4 HTML code for 3 photos that will cycle through. Just use 2 instead of 3 photos. <a rel="example_group" title="Custom title" href="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2641/4163443812_df0b200930.jpg"> <img alt="" src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2641/4163443812_df0b200930_m.jpg" /> </a> <a rel="example_group" title="" href="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2591/4135665747_3091966c91.jpg"> <img alt="" src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2591/4135665747_3091966c91_m.jpg" /> </a> <a rel="example_group" title="" href="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2561/4048285842_90b7e9f8d1.jpg"> <img alt="" src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2561/4

Categories : Javascript

Display correct image with coffeescript fancybox-rails
I don't know either coffescript or rails but looking at your code my guess is that this script <%=link_to (@product.images.first.url), :class => 'fancyframe', :rel => 'group' do %> <div class="big-img"> <%= image_tag(@product.images.first.url) %></div> <% end %> renders an html like this (at the end this is what it matters) <a href="{image FIRST URL}" class="fancyframe" rel="group"> <div class="big-img"> <img src="{image FIRST URL}" /> </div> </a> Then this script jQuery -> $(".thumb").click -> val = $(this).attr("src") $(".big-img").html "<img src="" + val + "" />" return false; ...changes the thumbnail image (<img /> tag) inside the container <div class="big-img">

Categories : Ruby On Rails

lists of links when clicked pops up an image gallery using fancybox
try setting it to a class instead of an id. <a class="fancybox" href="javascript:;">Gallery 1</a> <br /> <a class="fancybox" href="javascript:;">Gallery 2</a> <br /> <a class="fancybox" href="javascript:;">Gallery 3</a> link if you're wanting a specific galleries for each link, you'll have to define their contents and give them each their own event handler.

Categories : PHP

dynamically change facebook og image in a fancybox share button
og:image cannot change by url. You need to give different share urls for different images. For example :- www.myURL.com/?pic=img1 www.myURL.com/?pic=img2 etc. And a server side language ( like php ) can read the "pic" GET argument and change the og:image.

Categories : Facebook

How to make resizable Fancybox v2 image and border change size together?
jQuery UI Resizable Widget includes the alsoResize option so you could bind resizable to the .fancybox-wrap selector and alsoResize to .fancybox-inner and .fancybox-image selectors like : $(".fancybox").fancybox({ arrows: false, autoResize: false, afterShow: function () { $('.fancybox-wrap').resizable({ alsoResize: ".fancybox-inner, .fancybox-image" }); } }); See JSFIDDLE

Categories : Jquery

Is it possible to start Fancybox on page load with a youtube video automatic and close at end automatic?
Yes, it's possible. Take the example at the fancybox website (tips & tricks No.15), and tweak it to your needs. First, you would need to load the youtube player API (apart from the jQuery and fancybox js and css files of course) <script src="http://www.youtube.com/player_api"></script> Then built the onYouTubePlayerAPIReady() function with the fancybox custom script inside of it to launch the video. Then, inside the fancybox beforeShow callback, set a listener for the end of the video and close fancybox using the method $.fancybox.close() like : function onYouTubePlayerAPIReady() { $(document).ready(function () { $.fancybox({ href: "http://www.youtube.com/embed/L9szn1QQfas?enablejsapi=1&wmode=opaque&autoplay=1", type: "ifra

Categories : Jquery

fancybox pass array of images but start with displaying what was clicked
If i understand your question correctly you are trying to create a gallery from the flicker images you have loaded there. In that case, how about using FancyBox's built in gallery feature. This can be used by adding a common 'rel="gallery_name"' to the links in the markup. Here's what it might look like: http://jsfiddle.net/v3CAR/15/ HTML: <a href="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3714/9554519784_66e130a6b0_b.jpg" title="background_6" rel="gallery" class="flckrimage"> <img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3714/9554519784_66e130a6b0_s.jpg" alt="background_6" title="background_6" class="flickrimg"> </a> JS: $(document).ready(function ($) { $('.flckrimage').click(function (e) { $('.flckrimage').fancybox(); }); }); This

Categories : Jquery

Fancybox - Embedded YouTube (using YouTube API) doesn't load on iOS
Why not re-check the various examples used in the fancybox website: You can try this: *Html* <li> <a class="various fancybox.iframe" href="http://www.youtube.com/embed/L9szn1QQfas?autoplay=1">Youtube (iframe)</a> </li> Javascript: $(document).ready(function() { $(".various").fancybox({ maxWidth : 800, maxHeight : 600, fitToView : false, width : '70%', height : '70%', autoSize : false, closeClick : false, openEffect : 'none', closeEffect : 'none' }); }); Our check their official fiddle for youtube iframe: This is their fiddle Html: <!-- This loads the YouTube IFrame Player API code --> <script src="http://www.youtube.com/player_api">

Categories : Javascript

Fancybox - reload page or load new page
In the html page replace <a class="fancyboxLogin fancybox.iframe" href="/login">Log In</a> with this line <a class="fancyboxLogin fancybox.ajax" href="/login">Log In</a> for the error message you can simply validate using a javascript function with ajax and show the message in a div tag. And if the the validation is success then simply submit the form using javascript submit() function which submit the login form and refresh the page. and for the javascript fancybox script simply put: $(document).ready(function() { $(".fancyboxLogin").fancybox({ maxWidth : 700, maxHeight : 500, fitToView : false, width : '70%', height : '70%', autoSize : false, closeClick : false, open

Categories : PHP

Load a loading.gif image and disable all succeeding dropdowns until ajax load is complete
You can set a loading gif as like this $('#zone').change(function(){ $('loader').show(); //MAKE ANY OTHER THING VISISBLE var x=$('#zone').val(); $.ajax({ type:'POST', url:"<?php echo site_url().'dealer/getDistrict';?>", data:'valuezone='+x, success:function(data){ $('loader').hide(); // SET THEM HIDDEN $('#district').html(data); } }); }); select element has a disabled attribute you disable all the select elements like this $('select').attr('disabled','true'); and enable them using $('select').remo

Categories : Ajax

Slowy fade in or load an image from left to right with post-load delay?
I don't believe there is a CSS solution to your query. In photoshop you can save a jpeg or png as progressive (interlaced) so that it downloads progressively but on anything but the slowest link a regular size file will appear to load quickly. I would have thought your easiest option was an animated gif - the opacity and apparent size could be tightly controlled and you can set it only to run once per visit. You could bind the image to the jQuery(document).ready() callback for the "after the site fully loads" part of your request.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery Image load error not being called after page load
It would appear that jQuery has issues recognizing new elements on the page, so the way I fixed this was instead of deleting and adding images to the page, I just edited the existing SRC of images when doing changes, which strangely enough, the jQuery error function responds perfectly to. Here's the refresh function I ended up coming up with for all interested: function refreshImages() { var images = 10; for(var i = 0;i < images;i++) { var url = getImgUrl(); $('#thumb' + i).attr('src',url); if(i == 0) { $('#fullimage').attr('src',url); $('.thumb').css('border','2px solid white'); } } resize(); }

Categories : Javascript

Dynamic and Responsive Wordpress Image on page based on Featured Image
<?php if ( has_post_thumbnail()) { $featureImage = wp_get_attachment_image_src( get_post_thumbnail_id( $post->ID ), 'feature' ); $featureImage = $featureImage[0]; ?> <div id="feature" style="background-image: url('<?php echo $featureImage; ?>')"> <? } else { ?> <div id="feature"> <? } ?> This is how I have accomplished this in the past.

Categories : PHP



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