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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
ID: 34204265
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
ID: 34204309
Thanks sudaraka, how would I go about fixing this?

Chris
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by:kivan24
kivan24 earned 250 total points
ID: 34204316
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
ID: 34204478
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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