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How can I implement a zoom functionality on my content nodes? Like I need to put a zoom button next to my image and clicking it brings a floating zoomed image over the page like it's done here. I'm using Drupal Commerce.

I know that it can be done through Colorbox or Lightbox2 but these modules only function in Views (or not?). How can I put this functionality on my node (product page)?

I have themed my custom node.tpl.php template for the product display page.

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I have achieved this on a node before using Fancybox by setting up an image preset for your thumb size that opens with Fancybox. For the image to link to Fancybox you need select a Fancybox image preset under display settings for full node within your content type.

Make sure you initialize the plugin before activation using the appropriate jQuery selector.

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    How did you use this module? I mean how can I set my image field to be activated? I have set the path to my page as node/* but it's not working.. – CobaltBabyBear May 14 '12 at 10:56
  • I have edited the above – piranah May 14 '12 at 11:33
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Magic Thumb zooms images on a product page.

The Drupal module is here:

http://www.magictoolbox.com/magicthumb/modules/drupal/

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    Please provide links form Drupal.org. – niksmac May 14 '12 at 10:04
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    Yeah. And the modules there don't even work. They crash my apache server! – CobaltBabyBear May 14 '12 at 10:24
  • @NikhilMohan, why does a module have to come from drupal.org? – mpdonadio May 14 '12 at 10:39
  • @MPD, Its because we can have a look at some familiar location for documentation, and of course its a matter of authorization. Suppose i have a module calles 'mynameis', in example.com/p/mynameis.zip. How can you provide documentation? And what if i have a doubt on line 568? ;) – niksmac May 14 '12 at 10:55
  • @NikhilMohan, there are plenty of modules on drupal.org that are of questionable quality, have no documentation, and are effectively abandoned. Being on drupal.org isn't a seal of approval, and not being there doesn't make its recommendation a wrong answer. – mpdonadio May 14 '12 at 12:35
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I have used the Colorbox module to successfully achieve the desired effect.

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