Monday, January 16th, 2006

Lightbox.js – easy image overlays with javascript

Category: JavaScript, Toolkit

Lightbox is a very easy solution to do image overlays in your page. Check out the example at the site, and also note how easy it is to add. Works on “all modern browsers”. Just add the javascript to your page, and add rel="lightbox" to a link tag to activate.


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Posted by Rob Sanheim at 9:45 am

4.2 rating from 94 votes


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This is awesome! Thanks.

Comment by Hogg — January 17, 2006

damn cool.

Comment by cmi — January 17, 2006

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Pingback by La brujula verde » Lightbox JS abre imágenes en la misma página — January 18, 2006

That’s great!

Thank you for the great stuff!


Comment by Sarjya — January 18, 2006

[…] Chris Campbell has written up a detailed look into an alternative implementation of Lightbox (which we linked to awhile back). […]

Pingback by Ajaxian » Modal Dialog: Lightbox Goes Wild — February 8, 2006

[…] Ajaxian writes not once but twice about it. […]

Pingback by diatribe » Blog Archive » Of Interest v060208.1 — February 9, 2006

[…] Sean McBride at alwasybeta has a detailed entry describing their modification of the lightbox.js tool we covered earlier. For use at alwaysbeta, Sean integrated moo.fx, added a close button, did some general code cleanup, and added an attractive Apple-like spinner graphic for the loading image. […]

Pingback by Ajaxian » Lightbox.js with moo.fx — February 18, 2006

Lightbox JS – Bilder besser maximieren

Mit dem lightbox.js Script kann man sich Bilderpopups sparen. Das ganze wird hier mit einem Overlay erledigt, was soviel heisst wie: Es wird über den aktuellen Inhalt gelegt, anstatt innerhalb der Seite geladen zu werden oder gar ein neues Fenster zu …

Trackback by - beyond the net — April 17, 2006

Very cool! Thanks for the effort. i will implement this today on my site!

Comment by Dean — August 30, 2007

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