Automatically applies ThickBox script that overlays linked image, inline, iFramed and AJAX content on the page in simple effect.
First, check if any messages are output in error console.
Next, check the followings.
Then, perform the troubleshooting below.
1. Modified ThickBox in the plugin is loaded properly
<style> tags should be output in your site.
2. Built-in ThickBox in WordPress conflicts with modified ThickBox
<style> tags should NOT be output in your site.
3. "thickbox" class is added to links
The plugin adds "thickbox" class to links to images automatically. Thereby
<a> tags like below should have
<a href="image" class="thickbox"><img src="thumbnail" alt="caption" /></a> <a href="image" class="thickbox" title="caption">Text</a>
At first, Auto ThickBox Plus was created besed on Auto Thickbox v.2.0.3 (Jul 20th, 2011). Then I added many functions and fixed many bugs, so now Auto ThickBox Plus has few code of Auto Thickbox. See also Changelog for more information.
Modified ThickBox in the plugin is also available in other plugins that use built-in ThickBox in WordPress, such as NextGEN Gallery. Auto ThickBox Plus replaces built-in ThickBox with modified ThickBox dynamically.
When [Gallery Images] option is selected, the plugin displays all images on the page as one gallery. You can switch current image by clicking "Prev/Next" links without closing ThickBox window.
When [Single Image] option is selected, the plugin displays each images on the page one by one. You cannot switch current image without closing ThickBox window. To display some images as a gallery, you need to set
rel="gallery-id" attribute to
<a> tag manually as below.
<a href="image1.png" rel="gallery-id-foo"> <img src="image1_s.png" alt="image1" /> </a> <a href="image2.png" rel="gallery-id-foo"> <img src="image2_s.png" alt="image2" /> </a>
When [Text links to images] option is checked, the plugin applies ThickBox to text links to images automatically.
When [Text links to images] option is not checked, the plugin does not apply ThickBox to text links. To apply ThickBox to text links, you need to set
class="thickbox" attribute to
<a> tag manually as below.
<a href="image.png" class="thickbox" title="foo">Text</a>
When "View" setting is as follows, only an image will be displayed without margin, padding, border, caption and button.
* Note: Functions only in modified ThickBox will be disabled, such as enhanced Auto Resize, most mouse/keyboard actions, animation effects, high compatibility with themes and plugins. Moreover, many improvements and bug fixes won't be applied.
Modified ThickBox supports multiline (line breaks) in title/caption. The following codes in caption/title are replaced with
<a href="image.png" title="line1
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-10-11
0 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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