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Posted on 2010-11-24
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I'm developing a site that uses a colorbox to view a larger version of the product.

http://www.bohemia.arrivaldesign.co.uk/boutique/dresses/dilema_dress

My dilemma is that I need the images to scroll through when you're in the colorbox using the next/previous arrows, this is working fine for the initial load of the page, if you click the magnifying glass, but once you click on the numbered boxes, I can get the colorbox to load at the correct point, with the same image and in the correct order, but I can't seem to get the next/previous arrows to work?

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Chris
<script type="text/javascript"> 

	$(document).ready(function(){ 

			$('a[rel=zoomer]').colorbox(); 

			$('.display_slides').click(function(){ 

				if ($(this).attr("id") == "no1") {

					$("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(0)").click(); 

				}

				else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no2") {

					$("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(1)").click(); 

				}

				else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no3") {

					$("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(2)").click(); 

				}

				else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no4") {

					$("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(3)").click(); 

				}

				return false; 

			}) 

			$("#prod_img li a").click(function(event){

				$("#prod_img li a").removeClass("onstate");

				var newNo = $(this).attr("rel");

				$(".display_slides").attr("id", newNo);

				$(this).addClass("onstate");

				$("img#mainpic").hide();

				var newSRC = $(this).attr("href");

				$("img#mainpic").attr("src", "/garments/page_" + newSRC).fadeIn();

				var newZoom = $(this).attr("href");

				$("a[rel='zoomer']").attr("href", "/garments/" + newZoom);

				event.preventDefault();

			});

	}); 

</script> 

 

<div class="hide"> 

                <a href="/garments/b4864.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom1" title="Dilema Dress">1</a>

                                <a href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom2" title="Dilema Dress">2</a>

                                <a href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom3" title="Dilema Dress">3</a>

                                <a href="/garments/ftbclose up.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom4" title="Dilema Dress">4</a>

                                </div> 

 

    <div id="prod_img">

      <div class="pg_image"><img src="/garments/page_b4864.jpg" name="mainpic" width="238" height="306" id="mainpic" /><a href="/garments/b4864.jpg" title="Dilema Dress" class="display_slides" id="no1"><img src="/images/zoom.gif" alt="Enlarge" width="21" height="21" class="zoom" /></a></div>

      <ul>

        <li><a href="b4864.jpg" class="onstate" rel="no1">1</a></li>

                <li><a href="asd63.jpg" rel="no2">2</a></li>

                <li><a href="6pu65.jpg" rel="no3">3</a></li>

                <li><a href="ftbclose up.jpg" rel="no4">4</a></li>

              </ul>

    </div>

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Question by:djfenom
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Sudaraka Wijesinghe earned 250 total points
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The left right navigation is working fine even after you click the numbers.
The problem is when the number is clicked, you are resetting the href of all your rel=zoomer to the same image.
<script type="text/javascript"> 

        $(document).ready(function(){ 

                        $('a[rel=zoomer]').colorbox(); 

                        $('.display_slides').click(function(){ 

                                if ($(this).attr("id") == "no1") {

                                        $("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(0)").click(); 

                                }

                                else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no2") {

                                        $("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(1)").click(); 

                                }

                                else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no3") {

                                        $("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(2)").click(); 

                                }

                                else if ($(this).attr("id") == "no4") {

                                        $("a[rel='zoomer']:eq(3)").click(); 

                                }

                                return false; 

                        }) 

                        $("#prod_img li a").click(function(event){

                                $("#prod_img li a").removeClass("onstate");

                                var newNo = $(this).attr("rel");

                                $(".display_slides").attr("id", newNo);

                                $(this).addClass("onstate");

                                $("img#mainpic").hide();

                                var newSRC = $(this).attr("href");

                                $("img#mainpic").attr("src", "/garments/page_" + newSRC).fadeIn();

                                var newZoom = $(this).attr("href");

                                $("a[rel='zoomer']").attr("href", "/garments/" + newZoom); // <-- PROBLEM IS HERE

                                event.preventDefault();

                        });

        }); 

</script> 

 

<div class="hide"> 

                <a href="/garments/b4864.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom1" title="Dilema Dress">1</a>

                                <a href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom2" title="Dilema Dress">2</a>

                                <a href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom3" title="Dilema Dress">3</a>

                                <a href="/garments/ftbclose up.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom4" title="Dilema Dress">4</a>

                                </div> 

 

    <div id="prod_img">

      <div class="pg_image"><img src="/garments/page_b4864.jpg" name="mainpic" width="238" height="306" id="mainpic" /><a href="/garments/b4864.jpg" title="Dilema Dress" class="display_slides" id="no1"><img src="/images/zoom.gif" alt="Enlarge" width="21" height="21" class="zoom" /></a></div>

      <ul>

        <li><a href="b4864.jpg" class="onstate" rel="no1">1</a></li>

                <li><a href="asd63.jpg" rel="no2">2</a></li>

                <li><a href="6pu65.jpg" rel="no3">3</a></li>

                <li><a href="ftbclose up.jpg" rel="no4">4</a></li>

              </ul>

    </div>

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by:djfenom
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Thanks sudaraka, how would I go about fixing this?

Chris
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by:kivan24
kivan24 earned 250 total points
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Let's look page source

When you load page first time:
<div class="hide"> 
    <a href="/garments/b4864.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom1" title="Dilema Dress">1</a>
    <a href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom2" title="Dilema Dress">2</a>
    <a href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom3" title="Dilema Dress">3</a>
    <a href="/garments/ftbclose up.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom4" title="Dilema Dress">4</a>
</div>

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everything ok

When you click on the numbered boxe 2:
<div class="hide"> 
    <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom1" title="Dilema Dress">1</a>
    <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom2" title="Dilema Dress">2</a>
    <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom3" title="Dilema Dress">3</a>
    <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/asd63.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom4" title="Dilema Dress">4</a>
</div>

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When you click on the numbered boxe 3:
<div class="hide"> 
   <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom1" title="Dilema Dress">1</a>
   <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom2" title="Dilema Dress">2</a>
   <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom3" title="Dilema Dress">3</a>
   <a class="cboxelement" href="/garments/6pu65.jpg" rel="zoomer" id="zoom4" title="Dilema Dress">4</a>
</div>

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When you click on numbered boxes all A tag link to the same file.
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by:Sudaraka Wijesinghe
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Is it necessary to change the href on click? I think you already have all the correct images set on page load right?
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by:djfenom
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Ahhh, fixed it, just took out this line:

$("a[rel='zoomer']").attr("href", "/garments/" + newZoom);

Thanks guys.

Chris
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by:Sudaraka Wijesinghe
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Yup, that's it :)
Glad to help, Thanks for the points.
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