Classic ASP View Images From Folder in Lightbox

Classic ASP VBScript

Hello, all.

I have a main Folder ("Commonparts2").

I created a FSO script to list all the Subfolders inside the "Commonparts2" folder, and made them hyperlinks.

I created a nested FSO script to list the image files found within each Subfolder.

Those list fine.

Now... I'm trying to actually display those images in a Lightbox, grouped by the respective Subfolder name.

The Lightbox comes on the screen, but continues to load, like it's not finding the image...

Not sure what I'm doing wrong.

I have attached the code I have for now.

Thank you,
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Scott Fell, EE MVEConnect With a Mentor Developer & EE ModeratorCommented:
In this portion of your code, where are you displaying anything?

for each imagefile in imagefolder.files
  'Print the name of all files in the test folder
  'Response.write(imagefile.Name & "<br>")


' **** Something should be here response.write imagepath


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lshaneAuthor Commented:
Hi, padas.

Well, initially, I had this code (take from just above the "imagefile" loop):

  'Print the name of all subfolders in the test folder
  Response.write("<a href="&imagepath&" rel=lightbox["&x.Name&"]>"&x.Name&"</a><br>")

... but that lists the subfolder for each occurrence of a file in that subfolder.
(i.e. Subfolder "M1000A" may be listed 5 times, if it finds 5 images in that folder).

That's where my confusion is... I'm trying to:
- Get just the subfolder to list once
- Click that subfolder and display all images inside that folder in a Lightbox to "Next" through them

So... the code may be out of whack, which is why I desperately need help.  lol

Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I would suggest starting a new question and make a working sample 

Make sure to have a full working link including the serverside code.  My guess is what you need is part asp/vb and part javascript/jquery
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