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Links for images in the Power Gallery

Thread began 11/02/2011 12:40 am by srh431919 | Last modified 11/02/2011 6:18 pm by biz295654 | 739 views | 2 replies |

srh431919

Links for images in the Power Gallery

Question regarding the ability to customize the image "links" in Power Gallery.
Not sure how to explain ... please bear with me.
I am interested in the ability to have the image "link" push the user to a product page versus enlarging the image for viewing.
So when the user scrolls through the gallery and sees something of interest and clicks to view the image/graphic ... they will be taken to the product page and not bigger picture of the gallery item.
I hope this makes sense ... if not I am sorry.

Thanks
Steve

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is not supported with power gallery, it is intended to offer a listing of thumbnails that open a larger image when clicked, not redirect to another page.

there is no reason to use something like power gallery for this.

you can easily do something like that with a standard Dreamweaver Recordset and repeat region with links around image tags.

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biz295654

Actually there is something you can do to get there.

If you are using one of the gallery designs that show the description, in the description you can enter a link. You'd have to show your client how to do it, but some of my guys are using this.

<a href="http://yourdomain.com">Read more about this project!</a>

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