SimpleViewer Wordpress Plugin - Need to stop resizing window dynamically

Posted on 2011-02-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I need the images in simpleviewer to display at their full, original size.  Right now they get scaled down when the window is resized.  My client wants the images to display full size, even if that means the end user has to scroll.
I looked in the professional settings and didn't see anything that worked.  Fixed layout doesnt work, cropping doesnt work.
Here is the link so you can see what I am referring to: … rk/people/
Thank you!!!!!
Question by:RiemenDesign
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Expert Comment

ID: 34989299
Its not a problem of the Wordpress plugin itself but rather the options you need to set for fancybox jquery part. That being said, here is how you can do it. In your document.ready part:

$(document).ready(function() { 

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Find this line:


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And replace it with this for example:

    'autoDimensions': false,
    'padding'       : 0,
    'width'         : 820,
    'height'        : 520,
    'autoScale'     : false,
    'type'          : 'iframe'

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You can of course set the paramaters as you want.


Author Comment

ID: 34992376
But I need the height to be auto, so it will adjust automatically.
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Expert Comment

ID: 34993452
Put auto to height property.

'height'        : auto,

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Im trying that with this page at your site:

You need to give me exact link with the problem since link in your question is not complete.

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Accepted Solution

R-Byter earned 500 total points
ID: 34993673
It seems that page isnt working properly, distorted display viewed in Firefox and Chrome.
I see that you're using prettyPhoto in your code.
To disable resize for prettyPhoto you need to replace this:


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with this:

			$("a[rel^='prettyPhoto']").prettyPhoto({theme:'light_square', allow_resize: false});

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