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javascript photo gallery script

javascript photo gallery script

(OP)
I wonder if I could get a helping hand with this particular js code that I need for my portfolio gallery?

What I need is after the thumbnail is clicked and the larger image appears, the larger image would include a link at the bottom of the image that would take the viewer to a .pdf file.

Below is the script that I would like to use if possible. If there is any way I can tweak it to do what I need?

<script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="script.js">

window.onload = initAll;

function initAll()
{
for(i=0; i<document.links.length; i++)
{
if(document.links[i].className == "newWin")
{
document.links[i].onclick = myNewWindow;
}
}
}

function myNewWindow()
{
var littleWindow = window.open(this.href, "ltWin", "toolbar=no,location=no,status=yes,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,width=600px,height=600px,left=300px,top=300px");
littleWindow.focus();
return false;
}
</script>
</head>
<body>
<a href="index.html"><img src="home.jpg" alt="home"></a>
<a href="imgbears.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgbears.jpg" alt="picture of bears"></a>
<a href="imgcats.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgcats.jpg" alt="picture of cat"></a>
<a href="imgcheetah.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgcheetah.jpg" alt="picture of cheetah"></a>
<a href="imgdunes.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgdunes.jpg" alt="picture of dunes"></a>
<a href="imggallaxy.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimggallaxy.jpg" alt="picture of gallaxy"></a>
<a href="imgjet.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgjet.jpg" alt="picture of jet"></a>
<a href="imgnavy.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgnavy.jpg" alt="picture of navy boat"></a>
<a href="imgocean.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgocean.jpg" alt="picture of ocean"></a>
<a href="imgorion.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgorion.jpg" alt="picture of orion"></a>
<a href="imgtree.jpg" class="newWin"><img src="thimgtree.jpg" alt="picture of tree"></a>
</body>
</html>

RE: javascript photo gallery script

The link would need to be to a page containing the image, rather then the image itself.

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: javascript photo gallery script

Audiopro is correct. You are linking directly to the image file so no way to add anything to it like a link.
If you need to show extra html elements like a link to a pdf, then you would need to make the url an actual html page that displays the image along with any other html you need.



As it stands all you are doing is opening the image file in a new Window.

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RE: javascript photo gallery script

(OP)
Thank you for letting me know.

I got to thinking about it and wondered why I didn't think of that; an html file instead of just an image.
Makes sense.

Again thanks for taking the time to remind me.

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