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Navigate into extralarge images(jQuery)

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A photogallery for extralarg images with navigator.
You can drag your extralarge image in the display by the navigator or the image itself.
Enjoy yourself into images.

here is the js call:

$(function(){
$("#navArea").imageNavigator( {
areaWidth: 700,
areaHeight:500,
draggerStyle:"1px dotted red",
navOpacity:.8
})
})

 

here is the code for each container:

<div id="navArea">
<div imageUrl="DSC00844.JPG" navPosition="BR" navWidth="100" style="display:none;">
<span>zuccheriera</span>
<div><STRONG>description1</STRONG></div>
</div>
</div>

 

in the header:

<script type="text/javascript" src="inc/ui.core.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="inc/ui.sortable.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="inc/jquery.metadata.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="inc/mbImgNav.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
    $(function(){
      $("#navArea").imageNavigator({
        areaWidth: 700,
        areaHeight:500,
        draggerStyle:"1px dotted red",
        navOpacity:.8
      });
  });
  </script>

 

in the body:

 

  <div id="navArea">
  <div style="display:none;" 
   class="imagesContainer
        {imageUrl:'1.jpg', navPosition:'BR', navWidth: 100}">
   <span class="title">zuccheriera</span>
   <div class="description"><b>description1</b></div>
   <div class="additionalContent" 
   style='color:white; font-size:100px; top:0; width:1000px; height:1000px; text-align:left;'>
   this is an additional content div that is over the image and it moves with it!
   </div>
   </div>
  <div style="display:none;" 
   class="imagesContainer
        {imageUrl:'2.jpg', navPosition:'TR', navWidth: 100, NavCoordinates:'1700,1700' }">
   <span class="title">donna</span>
   <div class="description"><b>description</b></div>
   </div>
  <div style="display:none;" 
   class="imagesContainer
        {imageUrl:'3.jpg', navPosition:'TL', navWidth: 100, NavCoordinates:'52,32' }">
   <span class="title">Pietro</span>
   <div class="description"><b>description2</b></div>
   </div>
   <div style="display:none;" 
   class="imagesContainer
        {imageUrl:'4.jpg', navPosition:'TR', navWidth: 200, NavCoordinates:'200,1000' }">
   <span class="title">Ischia</span>
   <div class="description"><b>description3</b></div>
   </div>
  </div>

 

 

Params:

areaWidth and areaHeight are the width and the height of the display;
draggerStyleis the style of the draggable rectangle on the thumb;
navOpacity is the alpha opacity of the thumb on the image.

Then, on each element, you set the url of the big image (imageUrl), the position of the thumb (navPosition : BL, BR, TL, TR) and the width of the navigator(navWidth);
there is a span with the title of the mage, and a div with the description.

You can navigate your image either dragging the big one or dragging the navigator into the thumbnail; if you want to see all the image in the display just doubleclick on the image or on the navigator; to restore the view doubleclick again.

That’s all; Enjoy yourself!