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Websites Using Lightbox Plus (3 posts)

  1. mischul
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I wish to look at various websites using Lightbox Plus to determine if it is the right plugin for me.
    Thanks

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/lightbox-plus/

  2. rodmusic
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi mischul,

    Take a look at my "photos" page:
    http://rodmusic.com/photos/

    Rod

  3. mischul
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks, Rod, very nice website.

    However, the functionality I need for my wife's painter's website is a little different and I'm not finding the way with Word Press. If you're at all inclined to look at what I wrote below I'd be most appreciative.

    Thanks, Mischul

    I'm looking for a plug-in(s) that will give me "pop out" functionality, and web sites that use that plug-in so that I can see how well it would work for my needs.

    For a better idea of what I'm looking for, below are some examples.

    http://annemie.geekgene.com/gallery
    shows a lot of the functionality desired (from a Drupal Module), although not fully implemented or finished in this example.
    Clicking, for example, on the 3rd image down (Proctor Community Map) brings you to:
    http://annemie.geekgene.com/content/proctor-community-map
    a larger version of a pic with text and links.
    Clicking on this version "pops out" to a much larger size and this larger size allows an expansion to full screen.

    Another example that looks very good to us is:
    http://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/online/multiplicity/
    We would use much less text, want larger thumbnails, maybe want the
    enlargements to fill the screen and maybe some other changes, but the basic functionality looks very good.
    Another feature of this implementation is being a to choose of one of the images from the thumbnails and that image would give you a number of additional thumbnails. See the 2nd image of the 2nd set for this feature.

    Another feature desired, but not necessary at this stage of development would be the ability to "zoom in" on the image as shown in this example.
    http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/collection/912653
    Click on the image allows you the zoom in on various portions of the image.

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