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question on a dhtmlgoodies gallery script..

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hi,

I'm trying to incorporate this img gallery
http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/scripts/...-vertical.html

to my photoblog..
http://www.francesdelrio.com/photoblog/blog1/photos.jsp

the problem I'm having is that film strip (part that contains
thumbnails) is positioned relatively; when I change this is does not
scroll anymore.. however, I do need to be able to position it
absolutely so I can put it where I want it.. (to the left of main image
viewer..)

what is possible solution here pls...

thank you....

Jun 12 '07 #1
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maya wrote:
hi,

I'm trying to incorporate this img gallery
http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/scripts/...-vertical.html
to my photoblog..
http://www.francesdelrio.com/photoblog/blog1/photos.jsp

the problem I'm having is that film strip (part that contains
thumbnails) is positioned relatively; when I change this is does not
scroll anymore.. however, I do need to be able to position it
absolutely so I can put it where I want it.. (to the left of main image
viewer..)

what is possible solution here pls...

thank you....
ok, I solved that problem.. problem I'm running into now, however, is
problem I often run into with these things: when I load a div I don't
know how to detect which div is currently loaded so I can hide it.. in
the nav ON TOP of photo it's easy b/c I load a nav-div with each photo..
goes (code is generated with a JSP, but viewing src code should give you
an idea of what/how I'm doing this..)

so this line,
var images =
document.getElementById('previewPane').getElements ByTagName('IMG');

is no good for me b/c I each div has a diff name (photo1, photo2, etc..
so 'previewpane' is no good for me..) I generate photo-divs by
detecting, with Java, how many photos there are in 'images' folder, so..
am stumped here... man, what a pain.. always with dynamic
image-displays I run into this problem: how to detect what div is
currently loaded so I can hide it..

thank you very much..
Jun 12 '07 #2

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maya wrote:
maya wrote:
>hi,

I'm trying to incorporate this img gallery
http://www.dhtmlgoodies.com/scripts/...-vertical.html
to my photoblog..
http://www.francesdelrio.com/photoblog/blog1/photos.jsp

the problem I'm having is that film strip (part that contains
thumbnails) is positioned relatively; when I change this is does not
scroll anymore.. however, I do need to be able to position it
absolutely so I can put it where I want it.. (to the left of main
image viewer..)

what is possible solution here pls...

thank you....

ok, I solved that problem.. problem I'm running into now, however, is
problem I often run into with these things: when I load a div I don't
know how to detect which div is currently loaded so I can hide it.. in
the nav ON TOP of photo it's easy b/c I load a nav-div with each photo..
goes (code is generated with a JSP, but viewing src code should give you
an idea of what/how I'm doing this..)

so this line,
var images =
document.getElementById('previewPane').getElements ByTagName('IMG');

is no good for me b/c I each div has a diff name (photo1, photo2, etc..
so 'previewpane' is no good for me..) I generate photo-divs by
detecting, with Java, how many photos there are in 'images' folder, so..
am stumped here... man, what a pain.. always with dynamic
image-displays I run into this problem: how to detect what div is
currently loaded so I can hide it..

thank you very much..

ooops.. forgot.. url of what I'm trying to do is here..
www.francesdelrio.com/india/test/photos_orig.jsp

thank again...

Jun 12 '07 #3

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