Automatically invokes Facebox on gallery items and linked images in a post or page.
a. For any image contained in a post that has been specified as linked to the image source (the default, e.g. a large image resized to 'medium' and linked to the larger version), add a
rel attribute with the value
facebox. This is accomplished as a filter on
b. Any linked content inside a shortcode gallery will demonstrate identical behaviour to those linked images in posts; viz., when clicked they will giggle and squee in delight, emitting sunshine and rainbow glitter.
Or, you know, a Facebook-style lightbox appears with the linked content.
This plugin does not allow for you to select image files or file directories for turning into a gallery...yet! If the demand and support for this plugin increases I may add this functionality. In the meantime, plugins such as NextGen Gallery has the functionality you are looking for.
a. The title is pulled from the image title attribute. Using WordPress's insert image or edit image, the
b. The description / caption is pulled from the image alt attribute. Using WordPress's insert image, use the
Alternate Text field. When editing an existing image in wordpress, select Advanced Settings at the top to find the
Edit Alternate Text field.
Note: The fields mentioned in a & b will inlude the title and alt attributes in the proper place without having to manually edit html.
At this time, the plugin is incapable of adding title's and caption for inline content calls. It is on my todo list and of course popularity, ratings and donation incentives go a long way here.
WP Facebox Gallery uses the same version and instance of jQuery installed with WordPress and is used by the WordPress dashboard. The WordPress included version is typically not the latest version and is updated periodically.
a. You can link to Divs, ex.
<a href="#mydiv" rel="facebox">text</a>
b. You can link to pages via AJAX, ex.
<a href="remote.html" rel="facebox">text</a>
This plugin has been tested to work with 2.8 and newer. If you are using an older version, it is highly recommended to upgrade for your sites own security.
a. I have found the plugin wp-minify destroys the jQuery reference which is essential for this plugin to work correctly.
b. You may have another plugin installed that is trying to do something very similiar. I suggest disabling all other plugins, and check to see if it begins working. If it does, re-enable each plugin one by one and checking inbetween. Once you have found the culprit, please post a comment at my blog letting me know and I will add it to a list of plugin that can cause it to break until I find a solution for it.
c. You may not be linking correctly to an image file or content. Linking to content requires you manually add the attribute to re="facebox" while linking to images does this automatically.
a. WP Minify: Corrupts jQuery reference