2013-07-11 08:27
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i am stuck with the following problem. I am dealing with an html/php/js situation where i have some image thumbnails with a specific link class, so when they get clicked, a javascript function takes the image src and loads the image in a specific place.

Is there a way that i could know each time what image is currently shown since the javascript function dows not load the page again, it just replaces the image, like AJAX. If i knew in PHP what image was currently shown, i could make some links to prev($array) and next($array).

Code follows:

<ul id="<?php echo $gal_id; ?>" class="<?php echo $extraWrapperClass; ?>" style="list-style-type: none;" >
    <?php foreach($gallery as $count=>$photo): ?>
    <li class="Thumb">
        <span class="LinkOuterWrapper">
            <span class="LinkWrapper">
                <a href="<?php echo $photo->sourceImageFilePath; ?>" class="GalleriaLink Link<?php if($count==0) echo ' LinkSelected'; ?>" style="width:<?php echo $photo->width; ?>px;height:<?php echo $photo->height; ?>px;" title="<?php echo $photo->captionDescription.$photo->downloadLink.$modulePosition; ?>" target="_blank">
                    <?php if(($gal_singlethumbmode && $count==0) || !$gal_singlethumbmode): ?>
                    <img class="Img" src="<?php echo $transparent; ?>" style="width:<?php echo $photo->width; ?>px;height:<?php echo $photo->height; ?>px;background-image:url(<?php echo $photo->thumbImageFilePath; ?>);" />
                    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php endforeach; ?>

and the js code:



    // Prevent clicks upon animation
    if($(':animated').length) return false;

    // Assign element
    var el = $(this);

    // Parent container
    var outerContainer = el.parent().parent().parent().parent().parent();
    var placeholderContainer = outerContainer.find(".PlaceholderContainer div:first");

    // Placeholder elements
  var targetLink = placeholderContainer.find("a:first");
  var targetTitle = placeholderContainer.find("p:first");
  var targetImg = targetLink.find("img:first");

    // Source elements
  var sourceLinkHref = el.attr("href");

  var sourceLinkTitle = el.attr("title");
  var sourceImage = el.find("img:first");

  if(targetLink.attr("href")!==sourceLinkHref && targetLink.hasClass('TargetLink')){

        var sourceTitle = el.find(".Caption").html();
      } else {
        var sourceTitle = false;

            var counter = 0;
                if (counter++ == 0) {
                    if(targetTitle.hasClass('TargetTitle') && sourceTitle) targetTitle.html(sourceTitle);
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  • douzhong2954 2013-07-11 08:49

    Because you did not show any code at all, all i can do is assume.

    If you displayed your thumbnails via a ul you can save the index of the current element.

    Assuming following structure <ul><li><a class="thumbnail"><img src=".."></a></li></ul> and that you are using jquery:

    $(document).ready(function() {
        var currentIndex = -1;
        $("a").click(function() {
            //show the image in another place
            -- magic stuff --
            //get the index of current li
            currentIndex = $(this).parent().index();

    With this you can check if there is a previous or next image:

    function prev() {
        if(currentIndex < 1)
            //there is no prev image --> perhaps show the last one
            $("ul li").last()
        } else
             //get prev image
    function next() {
        if(currentIndex >= $("ul").children().length-1)
            //there is no next image --> perhaps show first one
            $("ul li").first()
        } else {
            //get next image
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