this is my first mail and question to this list :)
Let me try to formulate my problem:
On http://www.anyvet.de/test.html you can see my try to create a webpage that contains images
(ordered by a text-file, read out by "order.php" server-side script) and allows to enlarge them in a
The latter part is done with "enlarge.js", which i collected in the internet and modifed to my
So far, this seems to work:
If i click on an image, the popup-window appears, correctly sized for the larger image.
But i feel this to be ugly, because when you click on any other on the main-page, the enlarged image
itself, of the "prev", "next" links on the popup-window, the following happens:
It loads the next image, then the popup window seems to close, reopen in a different shape - which
you can see - and only then, reshape again to have the right size and form for the next image.
So, the effect seems to be a fastly opening and closing window - which i feel is very ugly.
My question is:
Is there is a more elegant way to show images in a popup - switching landscape- and portrait-mode in
between - with CSS?
I mean, without that frame poping up and vanishing when loading a new larger image ...
Are there other, better ways?
I fiddled around a lot with the "enlarge.js" code ( http://www.anyvet.de/enlarge.js ) but am at the
end of what i can do.
Finally, i would like to open the "enlarged" images in a window that stays open and still allows to
display the next or selected image.
I thought that to be easy :-|
It is not - at least not for me.
Any help would be appreciated :)
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