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 Post subject: Roksprocket and AG
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 12:01 am 
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Hi guys, I'm working on a new version of my website at
http://www.seaxeandsorcery.co.uk/newseaxe

I am using RokSprocket within my Gallery page to keep things minimal and nice.

the problem is this: (and it is replicatable)

Click on any Album to show the images.
Click any image to bring it up on screen.
Close the image either using the X or by clicking outside it.
Now try to navigate to a different area of the gallery using the RokTabs.
Nothing happens.

Somehow there is bad interaction here but I'm not sure where or why. Can anyone shed some light?

Thanks.
Sam / Bifford


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We add some params to URL to position the page in the right place in the gallery depending on gallery you are viewing and page you are viewing.

This seems to make problems for RokSprocket. Maybe it has some URL validation and when you open a gallery this makes URL not valid anymore.

Can you tell me how did you setup RokSprocket to display galleries on your site? I tried to add tabs like you but with no success :(

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I set the Module of RokSprocket to "Tabs" Type and then added each of the Articles to the Content Filter Rules list in the order I wanted them to appear.

Each folder of images has its own article with just a simple { AG}HMS/{/ AG} statement inside.

The menu item "Gallery" links to "Seaxe gallery page" which has the introduction image and text followed by a call to the RokSprocket Module using " [module-56] "

So the main gallery page loads the roksprocket module in below the image which then calls tabs for each of the gallery page articles which has the relevant gallery on it.


I hope that helps. Screenshot available on request! :)

Sam


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