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Modal pop-up and images fade-in/out javascript needs tweaking

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My page here uses a modal pop up and javascript for the photos.

I can't find where to change the following style applied to the .zmainphotos div:

element.style {
top: 0px;
left: 0px;
display: none;
z-index: 6;
width: 640px;
opacity: 0;
}

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Also the main photos fade-in-fade-out doesn't work well - they snap instead of fade, not a good effect.  

Then there's the bleeding at the bottom of the main photos with the next image fading in/out.

Here's the photos javascript:

		

<div class="nav">
<a id="prev1" href="#" style="background: #000 url('/images/arrow_left.png') no-repeat 33% 50%;
position: absolute;
left:0px;
top: 0px;
outline: 0;
width: 35px;
height: 35px;
text-indent: -9999px;
z-index: 500;
padding: 3px;
opacity: 0.45;">Prev</a> 

<div id="pager"></div> 

<a id="next1" href="#" style="right: 0;
background: #000 url('/images/arrow_right.png') no-repeat 63% 50%;
position: absolute;
top: 0px;
outline: 0;
width: 35px;
height: 35px;
text-indent: -9999px;
z-index: 500;
padding: 3px;
opacity: 0.45;
">Next</a></div>
	
        <div class="zmain-photos" id="zmain-photos" style="">
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image1")) > 0 then %>
           <div><img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image1"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image2")) > 0 then %>
           <div><img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image2"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image3")) > 0 then %>
           <div><img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image3"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image4")) > 0 then %>
           <div><img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image4"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image5")) > 0 then %>
          <div> <img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image5"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
         <% if len(""&rsAdvert("Image6")) > 0 then %>
          <div> <img width="100%" alt="In <%=(Session("PublicFranchiseName"))%>" src="/includes/tn.asp?src=<%=server.URLEncode(rsAdvert("Image6"))%>" /></div>
         <% end if %>
      </div>


<!--Start Photo Viewer Jquery Cycle code & Tabs Menu-->
		<script src="/js/jquery.cycle.all.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
		<script type="text/javascript" src="/js/Tabs.js"></script>
		<script type="text/javascript">
			if ($('#zmain-photos').length > 0) {
				$('#zmain-photos').cycle({
					pager: '#pager',
					prev:   '#prev1', 
					next:   '#next1',
				});
			}
		</script>
		<!--End Photo Viewer Jquery Cycle code-->

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There's more in the bootstrap.min.js, if you need it I can post it.

Then page jumps down in the background when a thumb's clicked, and the pop up modal needs to scroll down with the page (for smaller screens viewing images).

Any ideas would be great
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by:Michel Plungjan
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I do not see any of that in Chrome or IE8

I do see some syntax errors from the page tracker in IE8
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by:Rob
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Firstly the element.style you're seeing is applied at runtime via the jquery cycle plugin:
<!--Start Photo Viewer Jquery Cycle code & Tabs Menu-->
		<script src="/js/jquery.cycle.all.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
		<script type="text/javascript" src="/js/Tabs.js"></script>
		<script type="text/javascript">
			if ($('#zmain-photos').length > 0) {
				$('#zmain-photos').cycle({
					prev:   '#prev1', 
					next:   '#next1',
				});
			}
		</script>
		<!--End Photo Viewer Jquery Cycle code-->

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http://www.inside-guides.co.uk/css/FullPageAdvert.css is the css that otherwise applies to the element.
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by:Rob
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In terms of tweaking the effect you should have a look at the available options: http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/options.html
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by:Rob
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There is also an extra comma after #next you need to remove

$('#zmain-photos').cycle({
					prev:   '#prev1', 
					next:   '#next1', <-------- remove this comma
				});

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This is more the transistion you're after?  

http://jsbin.com/irIjos/1/edit
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by:UName10
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Yes - that's the one. Thanks for the help.
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