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[Resolved] Initiate lightbox via text-based link?

  • So, I have a ton of maps all over my site, but there’s already too much information, so I want people to see a standard text-based link and have them click on it to load the respective map into the lightbox. I’d need to surround a chunk of text with a shortcode and that chunk of text would also have a class applied to it to offset a map icon.

    Is this possible? Also, I don’t use any widgets on the site, so as to utilize as much space as possible –there is no sidebar and I have removed get_sidebar from the entire site’s core PHP files.

    One other thing.. I use Super Sticky Footer, so there can’t be any vertical margin use or it throws the whole thing out of whack… pretty sure I could hack the CSS to substitute padding for margin, though.

    This seems like a pretty standard aspect of general need, but this plugin is the closest I could find to matching the functionality I need. Actually, I won’t be the person needing it, but the relatively unexperienced that will have to update the site.

    Thanks in advance and yeah, 5-stars to you if I can get this working! Sheeot, I’d even send you a 6-pack (or coffee) via PayPal as a double thanks if desired!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google-maps-widget/

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