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Flickr-Modul: no Pop-up


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10 March 2011 at 5:51am Community Member, 11 Posts


I'm testing the Flickr module.
Clicking on a thumbnail no pop-up window opens, but the original image is loaded in the same browser window.

Does anyone have any idea how I can solve the problem?

This post [url=](click)[/url] is not able to help me. Silverstripe 2.4.2 has no jsparty folder.



20 May 2011 at 1:05pm Community Member, 54 Posts

Hi Nauri

Yes you can fix this. You will probably find you need jquery loaded which has been relocated. Try using firebug and you may get the error "$ is not defined" pointing to "$(document).ready( function() { " in whatever popup box javascript the Flickr module uses.

You'll need to find the php line that requests jquery and change it from jsparty to:


Hope that is enough to fix your problem. I don't actually use the Flickr module.


9 March 2012 at 11:52pm Community Member, 7 Posts

I'm having the same problem. I've installed flickrservice v0.3 into a Silverstripe 2.4.7 installation, and I've linked to flickr OK. You can see the results at

BUT, click on an individual image and instead of popping up a bigger view of the image, one simply goes to a page containing only that larger image. One has to use the browser back button to get back to the flickr gallery.

I see from my searches that this has been a problem before, but the old solutions don't seem applicable to my versions of the software. I've searched the flickr module for the strings 'jsquery' and 'jsparty' (without the quotes!), but neither occurs in the module's code.

I'd really like to get the popups working in the flickr gallery as it's a great feature for holding people's attention, and showing them around the neighbourhood ...

Any pointers gratefully received!