04-04-2007, 03:59 PM
I was wondering if anyone can help me.
I want to use a script on my website to viewer a small image larger when hovered over or clicked on, but then it also has to have a link for a download.
I have found one here that is just perfect.
What I was wondering is, can I replace the description underneath the image in the new window that appears after clicking the food option to a download link and if so, how ?
So, for example, the description on the first food option ( Breakfast pancakes ) in the new window that appears is "Breakfast is served." This would become a "DOWNLOAD" link. I am also obviously changing the images to suit my needs.
Any help appreciated.
04-04-2007, 04:25 PM
Take a closer look at the link
<a href="#" onClick="jkpopimage('food1.jpg', 325, 445, 'Breakfast is served.'); return false">Breakfast pancakes</a>
04-04-2007, 04:26 PM
04-04-2007, 05:54 PM
OK, my apologies for posting in the wrong forum.
I need to confirm something else. Would I have to repost my question or could you move this to the correct forum for me ?
Thanks you and again my apologies.
04-04-2007, 05:56 PM
It'll be moved for you when the mod for this forum comes along :)
04-04-2007, 06:03 PM
OK, thanks for the quick response & thanks also for the help so far.
I shall wait till a little later until it has been moved to the correct forum for my "next" question LOL.
Cheers my friend. Later :thumbsup:
04-04-2007, 09:55 PM
OK, I know Nightfire started helping me with this issue and made the suggestion, but I am needing the Description in red to be made as a downloadable link. How would I do this.
<a href="#" onClick="jkpopimage('food1.jpg', 325, 445, 'Breakfast is served.'); return false">Breakfast pancakes</a> and I am not sure how this can be done within the script.
The link above just opens a new "preview" window with it's description "Breakfast is served" underneath.
"Breakfast is served" would then be the "downloadable link".
I hope you can make sense of what I am trying to achieve. :confused:
Thanks in advance for any other help. :thumbsup:
04-04-2007, 09:59 PM
<a href="#" onClick="jkpopimage('food1.jpg', 325, 445, '<a href="downloadfile.ext">Download file</a>'); return false">Breakfast pancakes</a>
Change the orange to the filename you want to be downloaded
04-04-2007, 10:11 PM
LOL. Too funny. Hi again Nightfire, you again HUH. I was expecting someone else LOL.
OK, I will give that a try. Thanks very much. Appreciate it.
Anyhow, thanks again.
04-04-2007, 10:14 PM
;) Yep it's me again
04-04-2007, 10:37 PM
No, that didn't work.
I just changed the details in the link to suit my needs so far. Near the bottom of HTML coding.
I was also wondering how to "center" the larger preview in the newly opened window.
Thanks for any help again.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
// This notice must stay intact for use
var popbackground="#34170f" //specify backcolor or
background image for pop window
var windowtitle="Preview Window" //pop window title
return (typeof obj !="undefined")
function jkpopimage(imgpath, popwidth, popheight,
screenX+innerWidth/2-popwidth/2 : 0
screenY+innerHeight/2-popheight/2 : 0
if (typeof jkpopwin=="undefined" || jkpopwin.closed)
getpos() //uncomment these 2 lines if you wish subsequent
popups to be centered too
jkpopwin.moveTo(leftpos, toppos, rightpos, bottompos)
tle><body '+bodyattribute+'><img src="'+imgpath+'"
<link href="basestyles.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<a href="#" onClick="jkpopimage('preview41-large.jpg', 350, 400, '<a href="myfilename.ext">DOWNLOAD</a>'); return false">
<img src="preview41.jpg" border="0"> <!-- USED SMALL IMAGE HERE INSTEAD OF TEXT LINK -->