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website test

Post by nikos » 2018 Dec 12, 11:59

i'm trying out a "lightbox" for screenshots, you know that bit that shows pictures with arrow keys and you can go left/right to see all the pictures. Can you try it out in your browser?

https://www.zabkat.com/deskrule/index-test.htm

click on any of the thumbnails under the video and see if it works properly. Arrows should appear when you move the mouse near the right or left side of the image.

I tried on IE and EDGE and it seems to work fine, but I would like to hear about other browsers like FF and chrome
thanks!

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Re: website test

Post by Gandolf » 2018 Dec 12, 13:17

Looks O.K. in Maxthon and Firefox.

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Re: website test

Post by nikos » 2018 Dec 12, 16:13

thanks!
anybody using chrome?

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Re: website test

Post by vserghi » 2018 Dec 12, 16:23

I'm using Vivaldi, which is based off Chromium. It seems to work ok.

Just tried it in Chrome v71 and it's ok
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Re: website test

Post by Brig » 2018 Dec 12, 18:41

Looks good, works fine in latest Firefox and Vivaldi/Chrome.

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Re: website test

Post by Tuxman » 2018 Dec 12, 19:17

Without JavaScript, clicking the images doesn't do anything. That makes no sense IMO.
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Re: website test

Post by RTC » 2018 Dec 12, 22:25

Google Chrome v 70.0.3538.110 64 bit

works fine...

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Re: website test

Post by sanferno » 2018 Dec 12, 23:26

Works good in Chrome for Android on a Samsung device, both in regular mode and as a desktop.

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Re: website test

Post by nikos » 2018 Dec 13, 06:38

thanks guys!
as for javascript, nowadays nothing works without it. Is there a lightbox extension that works? I did this with 100 lines of CSS. I wouldn't want to add a few MB of extra stuff in the page for non-javascript people to see screenshots

ps since it's a slow day in the office, I made it work for no-javascript too, just don't ask me to make the youtube video work! ;)
https://www.zabkat.com/deskrule/index-test.htm

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Re: website test

Post by Tuxman » 2018 Dec 13, 09:56

nikos wrote:
2018 Dec 13, 06:38
as for javascript, nowadays nothing works without it.
It is your decision to not provide a fallback for those who prefer a relatively secure browser. :)
nikos wrote:
2018 Dec 13, 06:38
Is there a lightbox extension that works?
No, of course not. I rather thought that maybe, just maybe, the good old <a href="sshot.jpg"> would be an option ... looks like that's what you figured anyway:
nikos wrote:
2018 Dec 13, 06:38
ps since it's a slow day in the office, I made it work for no-javascript too
Confirmed, thank you!
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2018 Dec 13, 06:38
just don't ask me to make the youtube video work! ;)
Hmm. Theoretically, the <VIDEO> tag would not require JS to work... :twisted:
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Re: website test

Post by otlaolap » 2018 Dec 14, 00:59

Neither the first link nor the one above ("slow day in office") do anything when I click. Firefox 63.0.3 Win 7 64-bit. Ublock Origin (turning this off on the website does not make a difference.) No idea whether java is running or not.

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Re: website test

Post by nikos » 2018 Dec 14, 05:53

there could be intermittent network routing issues, what about www.zabkat.com?

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Re: website test

Post by pschroeter » 2018 Dec 15, 23:28

Firefox 64.0 and Windows 10 works.

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Re: website test

Post by Robert2 » 2018 Dec 17, 00:47

Works fine in latest Opera, with and without VPN feature. Windows 10 (1809)

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Re: website test

Post by otlaolap » 2018 Dec 17, 15:25

I've tried zabkat.com/deskrule directly as well, and also find no success. I tried Microsoft Internet Explorer as well as Firefox. In all cases, when I click on a pciture below the video the picture comes up but there are no left and right arrows, and if I then click anywhere outside the picture itself the window closes and I am back at the preceding page. Tried the direct zabkat link on another userid; same result.

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