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  • I have installed WordPress.. and added the lightbox plugin.. but it says to add the rel in the links.. Well on the wordpress admin side I created a link called about.htm but on the godaddy page in the file manager is where its being hosted I don’t see the link in order to add the rel info for the lightbox. I see the lightbox in the pages but no place to add the info for the rel to add the images and put on my page. Please help! Thanks!

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  • The rel=”lightbox” needs to be added as an attribute to your image links in your posts.

    I’m still confused??? where???

    To use Lightbox, you need to add the rel=”lightbox” attribute to a link tag. Example:

    <a href="images/my_image.jpg" rel="lightbox" title="my title">This is my Image</a>

    adding to what clayton said, you would probably have to find this in your function.php file, you can get more help if you post your link.

    check function.php and your css files.

    probably have to find this in your function.php filecheck function.php and your css files.

    No.

    A) Write a post.

    B) put an image in that post.

    C) in the source code for that image (as in the example I gave above <a href="images/my_image.jpg" rel="lightbox" title="my title">This is my Image</a>),

    …just manually type the words rel=”lightbox” just as I have done above, to make that image open in lightbox. If that isn’t going to work for you, I suggest that you might look for a lighbox plugin that adds it to every image link for you automatically.

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