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Script of getting all the pictures’ URL of Photobucket’s album in jQuery

Since the PHP script needs a PHP server for compiling, a jQuery version has been made for reference.
Javascript do not support cross-domain fetching source, but some libraries did helped on those issues.

Click here for Demo

jQuery Plugin: cross-domain-ajax And it is depends on jQuery:

1. We need to include two libraries: jQuery and cross-domain-ajax(jQuery Plugin)

<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

2. Here is the main code.
We still use for an example:

$(document).ready(function() { // Start jQuery

	var pbURL = ''; // Album Link

	$("body").append('<div id="pbContainer"></div>'); // Create an empty div for store the album
	$('#pbContainer').hide().load(pbURL); // Make the div invisible and start to load the album

	// Create a timer to check if the album has loaded
	var loading = setInterval(function() {
		if($("#pbContainer").html().length != 0) {

			clearInterval(loading); // Stop this timer tf the album has loaded

			// Find all the images of the album
			$('#pbContainer #thumbContainer img').each(function(){

				var imgURL = $(this).attr("src") + ""; // Get all the images' URL
				if(imgURL.indexOf("th_") != -1) { // Sieve all the thumbnail images

					// Convert all the thumbnail images to original images
					$("body").append(imgURL.replace("th_", "") + "<br />");
			$("#pbContainer").html(""); //Clean the container
	}, 2000); // Timer every 2 seconds

}); // End jQuery

3. After all, the result is exactly like the PHP script before.


2 responses to “Script of getting all the pictures’ URL of Photobucket’s album in jQuery

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