Support » Plugin: Easy FancyBox » Blurred overlay/background

  • norawaters

    (@norawaters)


    first of all, thank you so very much for this nice and useful plugin. I just started using it.
    The last couple of days I tried to make the overlay background blur based on this lines:

    $(“fancybox”).fancybox({
    beforeShow: function () {
    $(“body *:not(#fancybox-overlay, #fancybox-overlay *)”).addClass(“blur”);
    },
    afterClose: function () {
    $(“body *:not(#fancybox-overlay, #fancybox-overlay *)”).removeClass(“blur”);
    }
    });

    and of course

    .blur {
    -webkit-filter: blur(5px)
    }

    But I don’t seem to be able to tweak it into your js. I will admit I’m a supernoob. I hope you can help me.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-fancybox/

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  • Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    Hi, a nice idea. Sad that the filter is currently only supported on webkit…

    To adapt your code to Easy Fancybox, please be aware that it is based on FancyBox 1.3.4 which does not have beforeShow or afterClose. Instead, you must use onComplete and onClosed (or onCleanup) … You can find an ‘onComplete’ in the easy-fancybox-settings.php which you could convert to hold your blur function. And you’d have to add an ‘onClosed’ equivalent for the unblur.

    Also, be aware that your changes will be lost on the next plugin update!

    norawaters

    (@norawaters)

    Thank you soo much!! You think this is correct (I can’t make it work, not super sure)?

    ‘onComplete’ => array (
    ‘default’ => ‘function() { $(“#fancybox-overlay”).css({-webkit-filter: blur(10px)}); }’,

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    The jQuery included with WordPress runs in noConflict mode. Try replacing the $ with jQuery.

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