- show "back" and "next" links only if there are really next or previous thumbnails, "back" and "next" links for the large images are not necessary.
- the thumbnails must remain visible when a large image is displayed and also the "back" and "next" links shall remain visible to keep the possibility to navigate through the thumbnails also when a large image is displayed.
- like all other elements the large image must be placed into a or some other HTML element so that it can be positioned anywhere with CSS.
- not a necessary but a nice feature: can there be some fading effect by navigating through the thumbnails? You can either use the script from [url removed, login to view] or write a new one, whatever will be less time consuming. If you prefer the first method don't alter the existing script too much, if possible put the functions that you created into a new file and link the existing gallery script (of copyright reasons, if something is not clear enough we can discuss about it).
The script must work on IE (starting from version 5.0, Windows and Mac platform), Firefox, Opera, Safari and Konquerer.
Looking forward to see your bids, there might be one more Javscript job for the winning bidder.
13 freelancers are bidding on average $78 for this job
Hello. I can implement the lightbox for your gallery [url removed, login to view] and setup it (or add some other things, tuning design) as you wish. Regards, Devaka.
I am a Canadian web developer/designer an I can change the script with the features requested and test it in Firefox, Opera and Konqueror/Safari. Regards.
We are delhi base java developers (having a team of MCA people) having good experience of working on java platform(java,j2ee ,jsp).We can finish it in the time specified by u.