Wow. That’s a whole lot of jQuery, and I confess to understanding not
very much of it. Partially because it’s minified (variables are
reduced to single letters, most everything is on one very long line)
but partially because I never really got into jQuery, preferring
Prototype because it suits the way my brain works.
First of all, I don’t see any way within this system to hook the
Showcase from outside of the page, so you couldn’t do the trick that
exists in the Carousel, where you link to your pane name like http://example.com/page.html?yourPane
and the page loads and then the carousel spins to show your selected
If you wanted to link from within this page, then you’d have to have
some way to put your text link inside of the fwShowcase_container page
element, because that seems to be where the Showcase script is looking
for links to extend.
As I said before, I haven’t played with this yet, so I’m quite unsure
how you would proceed.
On Dec 7, 2010, at 12:45 PM, derekzinger wrote:
The page is located here:
(You’ll notice that I am a very happy user of your Carousel action :D)
The first image in the gallery I’d like to link to is here:
As this is a text link, the lightbox would ideally begin with this
image and allow the user to click through the rest of the gallery.
The Showcase css file in question is here:
As you’ve said, I imagine copying and pasting in the appropriate
references, scripts and styles will do the trick; I have a general
idea of what they are, but am not enough of an expert to make it
work. Looking through my folder here, I was expecting to find a
“[gallerypopup].html” page, which is how I believe Weaver’s action
handles it. No such luck, though.
Thanks a lot for your help, and please let me know if you need
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