Flexible Lightbox

WordPress has a simple way to handle images on your blogs: you can upload, organize and insert images on your post with just 2 or 3 clicks. The application also creates thumbnails and medium sizes images automatically and allows you to insert them as a simple gallery into your posts and pages.

Integrate into your front-end nice javascript effects like Thickbox, Lightbox, Slimbox , Milkbox, Lightview is a plus, but would be better if you don’t need to touch the html code for it. That’s why the CMS technology exists.

After developing the plugin Wp ThickBox Integration,  I decided to extend this features to “Lightbox” a cool jquery plugin to overlay images on the current page. In this case you can decide in the  admin “images setting panel” if you want to “Open your images using Lightbox”.

Single Image Example



Installation

1. Upload ‘flexible lightbox’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
3. And that’s it.

Screenshots

In this case I’m using the native gallery tag “gallery columns=3” with the default styles.

Download

(The plugin needs to be updated to the last 3.5 version of WordPress)

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213 thoughts on “Flexible Lightbox”

  1. Hi,

    I noticed that there is a bug related with the navigation for the flexible lightbox. Consider you have a gallery of images, and you open one of the image (say image 1). Try to go to the next image using mouseclick (next button) and keyboard’s right arrow button respectively. I find that the images are like jumbling up. Am i the only one who experienced this? Is there anyone who has any solution?

    Thanks

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