'up' link target wrong
Feb. 11th, 2005 @ 12:39 pm
It appears that whenever I view a photo and then click the link to go up a level (to the photo’s folder), the directory’s full page loads in a child frame, not the entire window (sorry if this doesn’t make sense...I’m rather incoherent today).
I can't say I fully understand what you ment, but I took a quick look at your scrapbook, and for me, anyway, it seems to be working the way I understand it is susposed to.. The same way mine works, which is basically the same style.. Unless you mean getting to the image view after uploading or something..
i have an example that might show it better.
i have a gallery called s2 test
in which i have a gallery for each standard fb
layout, as well as some custom
ones that i've put together.
one of the fb
layouts represented is vestibule
which is the one that you are using.
if you click the up
link, it loads the parent gallery in the inner frame.
vestibule seems to assume that the parent gallery is also vestibule.
the code for it seems to be a bit tedious in order to get all the frames to work correctly.
That I understand :)
I get sites with that code a fair bit doing google image searches..
Maybe something like that would solve the problem, just add the piece of code to all galleries or pages that shouldn't be inside a frame.. ( It becomes a lot of fun when you use more than one framed gallery ;) so it would need to apply to them also.. )
also uses frames. but in a different way i think.
*looks at it* ... yeah... way less complicated than vestibule
I was thinking more along the lines of something the staff should add to the base code for the styles, rather than a per-user basis..
Then again, if people wanted to put it into their sites, it might be undesirable..
yep. theyd have to add it to the layout layer.
if you are interested in tweaking your fb layout, i have posted some code in fblayers
(the fb counterpart to s2layers
) that will assist in adding links back to the different views of your lj from your pics.lj account.
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